| City hires attorney for probable election disputes

The Santa Clarita Valley has seen a decrease in traffic tickets issued as well as a decrease in general traffic citations, according to local law enforcement agencies.

Santa Clarita city officials confirmed Tuesday that they have hired a law firm to represent the city in anticipated litigation over “big” city council elections.

City hires attorney for probable election disputes

1987 – Creation of the city of Santa Clarita approved in the elections; Buck McKeon, Jan Heidt, Jo Anne Darcy, Carl Boyer III, Dennis Koontz win first-ever city council elections (in that order) [story]
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The Santa Clarita Artists Association (SCAA) will spotlight artist Kevin Davidson in a Zoom Oil Pallet Knife demo on January 17, 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

January 17: Artist Kevin Davidson demonstrates oil palette knife demonstration

A total of six college soccer teams from the Santa Clarita Valley are going into the playoffs this year, giving everyone the chance to win their division and take home their respective section championship trophy.

6 SCV soccer teams go into the playoffs

The California Department of Transportation announced on Friday, November 5th, extended weekend closures of Interstate 210 eastbound in the San Fernando Valley for paving work.

Caltrans gives extended weekend closure on I-210 eastbound in Sylmar.  known

Registration for the College of the Canyons is now pending, with approximately 50% of the 1,900+ classes being available in person during the Spring Semester 2022 at both the Valencia campus and Canyon Country.

COC spring, winter 2022 registration is ongoing

October 30th was the day we cut the ribbon and welcomed residents to the new Canyon Country Community Center.

City Manager's monthly message - November 2021

Los Angeles County public health officials confirmed 17 new deaths and 896 new cases of COVID-19 across the county on Tuesday, with a total of 37,586 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Tuesday's COVID Roundup: Public Health Explains Plans To Lift Masking Requirements And Vaccinate Children 5-11

Several teachers were reportedly beaten by a Castaic High student Tuesday, sparking a law enforcement reaction.

Three teachers are said to have been beaten by Castaic High Student

The William S. Hart Union High School District Board of Directors will discuss union collective agreements as well as the 2020 US census data during its regular session on Wednesday evening.

Hart Board discusses employment contracts, census data

The Newhall School District Board unanimously approved a 4% pay increase for Superintendent Jeff Pelzel after receiving an “exemplary rating” while teachers negotiate with the district in hopes of a similar outcome.

The Newhall School District Board discusses and approves increases

1976 – The first attempt to found Canyon County fails despite the approval of local voters [story]
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Your landscape has been established for a while, but you know it takes some work to make it look good.

Sustainable landscaping at the upcoming SCV Water Gardening Class

The Santa Clarita Artists Association is proud to announce that the 2021 Art Classics will take place on Saturday, November 6th.

SCAA prepares for art classics 2021

The Santa Clarita City Film Bureau has released the 13 productions currently being shot in the Santa Clarita Valley for the week of Monday November 1st to Sunday November 7th, 2021:

The shooting in SCV includes eight TV shows, three feature films, one reality, one documentary

The City of Santa Clarita invites parishioners to attend a special Veterans Day Ceremony on Thursday, November 11th at 11:00 am and Thursday, November 11th at 11:00 am in honor of local veterans currently serving in the military Service, and their families, to join the Santa Clarita City Council located at 24275 N. Walnut Street in Newhall.

Congregation invited to city Veterans Day ceremony

This is the time of year to party, and I know I can’t wait to get together again as a community to kick off the holiday season on Light Up Main Street! This year’s event will take place on Saturday, November 20th, at 6:00 p.m.

Monthly Message from Mayor Bill Miranda - November 2021

The hunt begins! As part of the SCV Abandoned Art Project, which runs twice a year, SCV Potters, a local group of potters, are hiding ceramic pieces in random locations across the Santa Clarita Valley

SCV Abandoned Art Hunt starts on Wednesday

Friends, family and customers of Bob’s Country Meats gathered on Sunday to celebrate the life of owner Keith Mowry, who recently died of health complications.

Family, friends, customers celebrate Keith Mowry's life

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital officials announced another fatality Monday, bringing the total COVID-19 deaths since the pandemic started to 179, spokesman Patrick Moody confirmed.

Monday COVID-19 summary: 179th death of Henry Mayo

Santa Clarita City officials and political leaders are cutting the red ribbon for the new Canyon Country Community Center – which will be open to all residents as a hub for various programs.

Santa Clarita cuts red ribbon for new community center

The California Department of Transportation, District 7 (Los Angeles, Ventura County) is hosting a careers fair in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, November 3rd, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm to educate people about the opportunities and benefits for the state of California to work.

Caltrans District 7 Hiring, Holding Career Fair Wednesday

1963 – Community of Canyon Country established; first celebration of the Frontier Days [story]
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