The Los Angeles County Fire Department is among the best in the state. With 177 fire stations and 4,741 employees, the brave department members protect people and property on a daily basis. And more than ever, we are seeing women increase to serve in our fire department.
All alumni of the Canyon College track and field and cross-country tracks are invited to come and cheer on their Cougar friends during the Western State Conference Track & Field Prelims beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, April 22 at Cougar Stadium.
William S. High School District Board. Hart celebrated 16 Hart County students who earned the prestigious honors as candidates for the National Scholarship Finals.
William S. High School Board. Hart Union met cadets from the young ROTC programs of Golden Valley High School and Valencia High School Air Force at the council’s regular meeting on April 13.
The City of Santa Clarita Film Office has released the 13 productions currently filmed in the Santa Clarita Valley during the week from Monday, April 18th to Sunday, April 24th.
The Santa Clarita Veteran Services Collaborative and Blue Star Ranch will hold a clinic for the treatment of horses for veterans, active duty and their families on Saturday, May 21 at 10:00
Los Angeles County’s recommended $ 38.5 billion budget, which is an important step forward in the county’s efforts to safely overcome the COVID-19 epidemic and a broad and capital-focused economic recovery, will be presented to the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. , April 19 by CEO Pessia Davenport.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Friday approved 13 new deaths, 1,355 new positive cases across the county, with 43 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. These new figures bring the total deaths of Los Angeles County to 31,852, the county cases total 2,850,480 and the cases in the Santa Clarita Valley total to 72,712 since March 2020. There are 228 people with COVID-19 hospitalized now.
Santa Clarita’s waste management is collaborating with local artist, Julian Hans, as part of a new outreach campaign to prepare residents to divert their organic waste from landfills. The collaboration will apply the rapist’s designs to reusable household items, such as kitchen towels and bags, as a reminder, according to California Senate 1383 law, residents of modern-day Santa Clarita will soon recycle their green waste and food.
The California Department of Public Health released the following statement on April 14 regarding a new implementation schedule for adding the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of vaccines required for schooling.
Children’s book author Lisa Kerr will be at the Poppy Reserve of Antelope Valley California on Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to sign her recently released children’s book, “Woke Up, Sleepy.”
Prepare your DeLoreans and take dust from your flush receivers. We’re back for the auction! The Pam and Dennis Werner chairs invite you to return to the auction for the benefit of the Santa Clarita Valley Boys and Girls Club. The 50th annual SCV Benefit Auction Boys ‘and Girls’ Club, Santa Clarita’s leading charity event, will take place on Saturday, June 4 at the Hyatt Regency Valencia.
Following unprecedented public interest in the Los Angeles County Guaranteed Income Plan, the Los Angeles District has announced the availability of extensive resources to support struggling residents, including a wide variety of jobs and nutrition programs.
Work on the Golden State freeway, I-5, continues from the Ventura freeway to Buena Vista Street. Passengers and hikers on I-5 should be aware of construction crews along the road during the week between April 18 and April 22.
Santa Clarita residents and business owners are invited to join Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva and Captain Justin Daise of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station for a luncheon of information and dialogue regarding public safety concerns during “Community Talk” on Thursday, May 5, 2022 from 6 p.m. 00-20: 00
Today, Los Angeles County Superintendent Catherine Berger shared her response following Governor Newsum’s announcement that Los Angeles County will receive $ 12.9 million for two new Homekey projects in the Lancaster community.
The next hearing at ART TANK will take place on Tuesday, May 3, starting at 7pm at MAIN. “Choosing a game without pain” will be the topic of the next informal discussion.
Starting Sunday, April 17, the city of Santa Clarita joins the National Volunteer Week celebration, in recognition of the positive impact of community volunteers. Last year there were 3,312 volunteers in the city who donated more than 14,000 hours of their time to programs and projects across Santa Clarita.
Santa Clarita’s new monthly series of events, Celebrate, highlights cultures from around the world.
Consultant Connect, a consulting firm designed to bridge the gap between economic developers and web consultants, announces a list of North America’s 50 top economic developers for 2022, which includes Holly Schroeder of the Santa Clarita Economic Development Corporation.