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Animal Control To Conduct Pet Licensing Enforcement In Newhall, Castaic

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Officers from the Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control are planning to conduct pet licensing enforcement in the unincorporated areas of Newhall and Castaic beginning November 24, department officials announced Wednesday. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Enforcement efforts are designed to ensure that residents’ dogs and cats are in compliance ...

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Action Family Counseling Founder, CEO To Appear On ‘Dr. Phil’ Show

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Host of the daytime talk show “Dr. Phil” and mental health professional Phil McGraw was joined by the founder and CEO of Action Family Counseling on an episode set to be aired at 3 p.m. Tuesday on CBS. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Cary Quashen, the founder and CEO of Action Family ...

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Nonprofit Strives To Improve Community’s Reputation With 5K Run

Nonprofit Strives To Improve Community’s Reputation With 5K Run

Volunteers from a nonprofit organization in London, California are working toward improving the reputation of their community after hosting the largest positive event in the town’s history, community officials announced Saturday. Library for London officials, whose ultimate goal is to create a library in their community, hosted a 5K run through the streets of London on July 27. Don’t miss a ...

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Wilk’s Water Board Bill Passes Committee Unanimously

Wilk’s Water Board Bill Passes Committee Unanimously

Assemblyman Scott Wilk’s bill requiring more transparency and accountability from the State Water Resources Control Board passed unanimously Tuesday, officials said. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Assembly Bill 1707 would require the board to post peer review studies on their website when they impose water pollution restrictions, called Total Maximum ...

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Providence Holy Cross Forms Nurses Alumni Association

Providence Holy Cross Forms Nurses Alumni Association

MISSION HILLS (April 22, 2013) –They wore white starched dresses and the signature cap of their patron Florence Nightingale. They were expected to defer to doctors. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Former Chief Nursing Officer Linda Coale is leading the budding organization, which will honor the legacy of excellence in nursing that ...

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LADWP To Sign Agreement For Renewable Geothermal Power

LADWP To Sign Agreement For Renewable Geothermal Power

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) will enter a power purchase agreement to buy 14 megawatts (MW) of reliable geothermal renewable energy – enough clean energy to serve 19,000 Los Angeles homes and avoid 64,100 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions, which is roughly equivalent to removing 12,300 cars off the road each year. ...

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Providence Holy Cross Medical Center Receives Largest Financial Gift

Providence Holy Cross Medical Center Receives Largest Financial Gift

MISSION HILLS – Providence Holy Cross Medical Center received its largest ever financial gift –  more than $7 million trust left by the late Julian and Gladys Saunders. “This is a tremendously generous donation from a family that contributed so much to our community. It will be put to very good use here at Providence Holy Cross to improve care ...

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Tom Torlakson Announces 2012-13 Prevention Programs

Tom Torlakson Announces 2012-13 Prevention Programs

SACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced today that 11 programs have been designated as models of attendance improvement and dropout prevention by the State School Attendance Review Board (State SARB).  Torlakson congratulated the 2012-13 Model SARBs for their work in reducing the number of students who are chronically absent, which results in costing school districts millions of dollars ...

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Be Smart Buy New Promotion Offers Discounts On Houses

Be Smart Buy New Promotion Offers Discounts On Houses

New Release Wannabe homeowners have 17 days to take advantage of savings home-builders are offering through the Building Industry Association of South California’s Los Angeles/Ventura Chapter. The Be Smart Buy New promotion is running from March 1 – 17 and includes homes in 30 communities, including Santa Clarita, Valencia and Lancaster. To see a full list visit BeSmartBuyNew.com. Do you ...

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