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Brush Fire Along 5 Freeway In Santa Clarita Limited To 1 Acre

SANTA CLARITA (CBSLA.com) — Los Angeles County firefighters were able to keep a brush fire along the southbound Golden State (5) Freeway in Santa Clarita to an acre Wednesday, authorities said. 82 more words


Santa Clarita City Council Awards and Recognitions: November 25th

At last night’s Santa Clarita City Council meeting, Mayor Laurene Weste and the Santa Clarita City Council recognized Sheriff Deputies Ince and Caples for receiving Meritorious Conduct Gold Medal Awards for their bravery. 21 more words

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Santa Clarita Public Library Hosts “Meet the Dancers” Ballet Event, Gingerbread Demos & Contest

This season, the sights, sounds and smells of the holidays come to life at the Santa Clarita Public Library with Gingerbread House building demonstrations, the second annual Gingerbread House Contest, and the “Meet the Dancers” Nutcracker Ballet event. 297 more words


Open House in Sand Canyon $789K: November 29 & 30 from 1PM-4PM

15746 Ruthspring Dr, Sand Canyon

Open House: November 29 & 30th from 1-4PM

Stop by after your thanksgiving celebrations and enjoy the gentle ambience of this California ranch with it’s single level architecture. 367 more words

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Around Town: Youth Sports 2014 Fall Volleyball Championships

On Saturday, November 15, the Youth Sports 2014 Fall Volleyball Championships concluded with three very competitive and exciting Volleyball matches at the Valencia High School Gymnasium. 50 more words

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Holiday Safety Tips from the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Department: VIDEO

Holiday Safety Tips 2014

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This Week in Santa Clarita covers holiday safety tips with Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Dubin. 114 more words

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City Staff Art Exhibit Makes Debut at the Newhall Community Center

The Newhall Community Center is now featuring an art exhibit entitled “After Hours: Creative Pursuits of City Staff”.

The display was first featured in the First Floor Gallery at City Hall, and has now traveled to the community center, where patrons of all ages will be able to enoy it now, through Monday, January 5. 13 more words