SCVNews.com | Today in the history of SCV (July 20)
Governor Gavin Newsom and Supreme Probation Officer Dr Adolfo Gonzalez will hold this year’s annual probation week from July 18-24, 2021, a process of personal rehabilitation under supervision and care. Announced that it honors probation experts who argue.
The Rancho Camros Museum will begin a new visitor experience, “Last Monuments Sunday”, at Rancho Camros National Historic Landmark on Sunday July 25.
Los Angeles County public health officials on Monday confirmed two new deaths and 1,233 new cases of COVID-19 across the county, resulting in a total of 28,956 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.
With the recent reopening of the 3N17 Forest Road, the Community Hiking Club is looking for volunteers to help restore the Dagger Flat Trail.
As announced by the City of Santa Clarita, the regular Planning Committee meetings scheduled for July 20 and August 3, 2021 have been canceled.
The Santa Clarita City Film Bureau reports that he shot nine works in the Santa Clarita Valley during the week of Monday July 19 through Sunday July 25, 2021.
The William S. Hart Union High School District Council unanimously approved the appointment of four new principals.
Republican Representative Mike Garcia announced this week that he will get $ 1 million from Canyons University and $ 610,000 from Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital to be included in the budget for work, health and wellness from 2022.
Members of the Santa Clarita City Council continued to discuss the future of the legislative elections in a special private meeting on Tuesday.
Santa Clarita City Council considered environmental, housing and justice issues when it took several state and federal legislative positions on Tuesday evening.
The American Job Center in California has partnered with ResourceMFG at 25128 Avenue Bits in Valencia to host a Forklift Operator Recruitment Event from 9:30 am to 11:30 am on Thursday, July 22.
Los Angeles County public health officials on Friday confirmed six new deaths and 1,902 new cases of COVID-19 across the county, for a total of 28,760 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.
The long-awaited graduation ceremony for the California Highway Patrol Cadet I-20 training class took place on Friday, July 16 at the CHP Academy.
The LA County Library announced that cardholders now have free access to the award-winning ABCmouse Early Learning Academy.
Public health officials have announced that all seawater samples collected by the Los Angeles County Public Health Department from the bathing areas of Dockweiler State Beach and El Segundo Beach meet state standards in water quality matter.
Longtime Stevenson Ranch community volunteer Drazavala passed away on Friday July 9.
The Los Angeles County Supervisory Board on Tuesday decided to approve a preliminary map of the new Acton mall.
Bridge to Home announced that it has reached the midpoint of a fundraising campaign to fund a new permanent homeless shelter in Santa Clarita.
After a two-year sabbatical, the SCV Music Festival will return to the open air at Southern California Innovation Park on September 25, 2021.
The artistic reception is officially relaunched and residents can participate directly. Join the city of Santa Clarita this month and attend two art receptions celebrating the ongoing art exhibit.
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