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Head-On Valencia Crash Sends One To Hospital

A head-on Valencia crash sent one person to the hospital Sunday afternoon. Just before 3:30 p.m. Sunday, officials with the Los Angeles County Fire Department received reports of a traffic collision near Rockwell Canyon Road and Valencia Boulevard in Valencia. When first responders arrived on scene, they found two vehicles that had collided into one another head-on, according to an ...

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L.A. County To Open Coronavirus Drive-Up Testing Site In Santa Clarita

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Los Angeles County plans to open new drive-up mobile testing sites in several locations throughout the county, including Santa Clarita. County officials did not disclose the location of the new testing site in Santa Clarita as of Sunday. Besides Santa Clarita, new sites are planned to open this week at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital as well as in ...

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Over 120 Santa Clarita Coronavirus Cases Confirmed, 14 Hospitalized

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Coronavirus COVID19

Over 120 Santa Clarita coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the valley, officials said Sunday. As of Sunday, there are 102 confirmed cases in the city of Santa Clarita, five in Castaic, seven in Stevenson Ranch, and eight in the unincorporated areas of Canyon Country for a total of 122, according to public health officials. The numbers for the unincorporated portions ...

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WiSH Education Foundation, CollegeClick, Offers Students Virtual College Tours, Information Sessions

The Wish Education Foundation, in collaboration with CollegeClick, a private college counseling company, are offering free virtual college spring break tours to Santa Clarita Valley high school students this week, officials said. With spring break college trips derailed, the WiSH Education Foundation and CollegeClick have joined forces to provide students with an alternative: virtual, free access to college and university ...

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Providence Southern California Donates $1 Million To Support Los Angeles Medical Centers During COVID-19 Crisis

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In the spirit of community support, Providence Southern California has donated $1 million to Olive View Medical Center  and Los Angeles County + USC Medical Centers. Providence Southern California, honoring the mission of its founding orders of religious sisters, is partnering with Los Angeles County to care for the under-served and stressing the need to unite as a community to ...

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GoFundMe Set Up For Family Who Lost Mother To Cancer After Giving Birth At Henry Mayo

A GoFundMe page has been set up for a young family of healthcare workers who recently lost their mother to cancer shortly after giving birth to their first child at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. On February 21, 2020, Sunday “Sunny” Noelle Zacharia was born at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, weighing only four pounds. She is the first child of Mike ...

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Over 100 Santa Clarita Coronavirus Cases Confirmed, 14 Hospitalized

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Coronavirus COVID19

Over 100 Santa Clarita coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the valley, officials said Saturday. As of Saturday, there are 89 confirmed cases in the city of Santa Clarita, five in Castaic, seven in Stevenson Ranch, and seven in the unincorporated areas of Canyon Country for a total of 108, according to public health officials. The numbers for the unincorporated portions ...

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Castaic Motorcycle Crash Sends One To Hospital

One person was taken to the hospital Saturday morning after a motorcycle crash in northern Castaic. Just before 11:30 a.m. Saturday, officials with the Los Angeles County Fire Department received reports of a crash on Lake Hughes Road near Castaic Reservoir Road in Castaic. “It was a solo motorcycle down,” said Supervisor Pickett with the department. One person was taken ...

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How Local Banks Are Impacted By The CARES Act’s Small Business Paycheck Protection Loans

Loan Application, Photo by Jan Stastny from FreeImages

With small businesses rushing to apply for the Paycheck Protection loan authorized under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, officials with local banks such as Mission Valley Bank are facing a unique set of challenges. When the Paycheck Protection portion of the recently passed CARES Act went live Friday, Tamara Gurney, CEO and president of Mission Valley ...

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