City of Santa Clarita holds Hit the Trail event, inviting families to ride local bike trails

The City of Santa Clarita held its Hit the Trail event on Saturday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bridgeport Park, encouraging residents to bike Santa Clarita’s local trails.

When wildlife meets suburbs: Bear spotted in two neighborhoods

The bear was first seen on Saturday by residents of Shadow Pines, but was spotted the next morning sleeping in a tree behind the building complex. 

Local shop donates leftover bagels to help families

The charity has a variety of foods available to Santa Clarita residents who use its service. Fresh milk and eggs, vegetables, canned foods, cereal and baked goods are some of the items that can be found in the warehouse.

Michelle Dorsey’s murder prompts domestic violence discussion from Santa Clarita City Council

Following the murder of Michelle Dorsey and District Attorney George Gascon’s decision to not seek life in prison for her assailant, the Santa Clarita City Council discussed domestic violence across the Santa Clarita Valley in their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday. 

As vaccination increases in the SCV, residents have mixed feelings on face coverings

With the COVID-19 vaccination becoming accessible to the general public, masks are becoming unnecessary to some people.

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As pandemic ends, pets’ separation anxiety begins

By Natalie Jimenez and Karlee Akesson As pets have become accustomed to…