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Los Angeles County Reports Decreasing Case Rates, Four New Deaths Countywide

On Sunday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health released the latest data on COVID-19, reporting 898 new cases and four deaths countywide.  To date, L.A. County has recorded 1,477,686 cases with 26,414 deaths. Currently, 658 people are hospitalized with COVID-19.  As of Sunday, Oct. 17, 33,268 (+86) cumulative cases have been reported in the Santa Clarita Valley since ...

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Light Rain Expected To Affect Santa Clarita Early This Week

Light showers are in the forecast for portions of Southern California, including Santa Clarita early this week.  Light rain will affect portions of SW California tonight and Monday morning. Here is an image of the total rainfall expected, from the National Blend of Models (NBM). #SoCal #CAwx pic.twitter.com/Gyi7ojVZAQ — NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) October 17, 2021 According to the National ...

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Things To Do In Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita Events – October 13, 2021

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Things To Do In Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita Events & Online Events –  October 13, 2021: Child & Family Center’s Purple Palooza 5K Walk to End Domestic Violence, Gilchrist Farm Harvest Festival & Pumpkin Patch, Zonta Presents LUNAFEST, Zonta Presents Women In Film Celebration, SCV Water Virtual Gardening Class: Perennials and Natives for SCV, Family Promise Golf Tournament, Zonta presents ...

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Canyon Country Residents Evacuated, Streets Blocked Following Barricade Situation

A reported Santa Clarita family disturbance led to a barricade situation in a Canyon Country neighborhood as deputies responded to the scene.  UPDATE (6 p.m.): Following the containment, which lasted approximately two hours, at least one arrest was made in regard to the incident. The investigation remains ongoing. UPDATE (4:03 p.m.): Residents in close proximity to the barricaded home have ...

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Mike Garcia Announces Service Academy Nomination Application Process, Deadline

On Friday, Congressman Mike Garcia (Santa Clarita-R) announced the process for applying for a nomination to the U.S Military Service Academies for the class of 2026.  Garcia is expected to nominate up to 10 individuals from California’s 25th District for each vacant academy slot. The deadline to apply for a nomination for the class of 2026 is Nov. 19.  “Nominating ...

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City Of Santa Clarita Collects Public Opinion On Development In Old Town Newhall

On Saturday, the City of Santa Clarita set up a booth to gather public opinion on future development in Old Town Newhall.  As residents attended the weekly farmer’s market in the Newhall Library parking lot, they were able to participate in the survey which asked for feedback on what Old Town Newhall should look like.  Participants were given different colored ...

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Triumph Foundation Gifts Santa Clarita Teen Wheelchair After Losing Leg In July Car Accident

Harley-Anne Laub, a Santa Clarita teen who tragically had her leg amputated below the knee after being hit by a car in July, was recently gifted a new wheelchair by the Triumph Foundation.  In a recent meeting, the Triumph Foundation, a local Southern California non-profit organization, gifted Harley with a more mobile wheelchair for her to use.  The wheelchair features ...

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Los Angeles Dodgers Advance To Playoff For Ninth Year In A Row

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After a definitive win on Wednesday night over the St. Louis Cardinals, the Los Angeles (LA) Dodgers will be moving into the postseason for the ninth year in a row. Every year since 2013, the LA Dodgers have competed in the postseason playoffs. Wednesday, Oct 6, the Dodgers faced the St. Louis Cardinals at their home stadium in Los Angeles, ...

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Vaccination Verification Requirements to Begin At Outdoor Mega-Events, Indoor Bars, Wineries

Beginning Thursday, proof of full vaccination or a negative test result is expected to be required to enter outdoor mega-events, and proof of at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be required to enter or work in indoor portions of bars, lounges, nightclubs, breweries, wineries, and distilleries in L.A. County. “Helping organizations and businesses comply with targeted vaccination ...

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