The California Assembly on Monday approved banning the use of tobacco products on all California State University and community college campuses. Assemblyman Kevin McCarty’s proposal for tobacco-free college campuses passed…
One of Santa Clarita’s most popular attractions is its $ 9 million aquatic center built in 2003. The facility was created because of the growing popularity of competitive swim and city residents urging council members to create a facility where their recreation needs could be met locally.
“Who are those little kids?” It’s a question that COC students occasionally ask as they walk by a group of kids who look too young to be on campus taking classes. However, these students are anywhere from 13-18 years old, attend a high school tucked away in the University Center and, according to one study, are among the highest-performing students at COC.
We all know who to thank on Veterans Day when they are in uniform, but what about the one’s that aren’t? How do we show our gratitude for the service and sacrifices made by more than 2.5 million other military families?
This October marks the 20th anniversary of National Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Santa Clarita Valley has plenty of opportunities for you to get involved and help raise financial hope for those fighting this deadly disease.
City Joins Statewide Earthquake Preparedness Drill Posted Date:10/7/2015 9:00 AM(Press Release,Edited and ready to be posted) The Santa Clarita Public Library will host “The Great California ShakeOut” at 10:15 a.m….