Quest Toastmasters of Santa Clarita is presenting a seminar called “It’s Okay to be Different!” at the Valencia Public Library on Thursday, Feb. 23 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Speakers will discuss their physical, emotional, and mental differences, and how they have succeeded in their...
One-in-four students have experienced some form of bullying in schools across the country in 2015 according to the National Center for Educational Statistics and it is estimated that many more simply never come forward or admit to being bullied.
Bullying in all of its forms is occurring every day in...
Sen. Sharon Runner
An anti-bullying bill introduced by Senator Sharon Runner, R-Lancaster, directed at the state’s public schools was approved by the state’s Senate Education Committee Wednesday.
The bill, known as SB 1411, would require every public grade school in California post a standardized,...
Sequoia Charter School’s students and staff united under brightly-colored orange attire Wednesday to send message of hope, support, and unity against bullying on Unity Day.
Sequoia joined schools and communities across the country to support the theme, “Together against bullying –...
[KHTS] – Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies are looking into another digital school-bullying incident, this time at Rio Norte Junior High School, according to officials.
A student was sent a strange and threatening post online and notified his parents, who contacted Sheriff’s Station...
[KHTS] – Director Steve McQueen’s “12 Years a Slave,” winner of three Academy Awards including Best Picture, hits closer to home for Santa Clarita resident Michelle Linzy than for most people.
Michelle and her daughters Sierra and Milan Linzy are direct descendants of Solomon Northup, the...
[RLS Ventures] – Branches of the Santa Clarita Public Library, including Valencia, Canyon Country and Newhall, have added “My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain” to their collections.
Local author Rich Samuels’ book is a darkly funny novel middle grade novel about Alexander, a 13-year-old...
Renowned anti-bullying speaker James Gavsie will speak Sunday, Feb. 17, at noon at the SCV Senior Center, 22900 Market Street in Newhall.
Gavsie, a mixed martial arts instructor, has more than 20 years experience as an instructor and coach to people of all ages and life circumstances and...
Arroyo Seco Junior High Adviser Brandy Brown remembers getting teased when she was an Arroyo Seco student, and she doesn’t want it to happen to anyone else.
“When I became an Associated Student Body adviser, I wanted to make that my big thing, my pet project,” she said, regarding an...
Santa Clarita junior high school student Regina Bryant is a co-star in the all-youth cast of a powerful anti-bullying play that’s been performed this spring at schools and for youth groups around Southern California, and will be staged one final time for the public at the La Mirada Theater for...
The SCV Chamber of Commerce announced their participation as a Neighborhood Champion during the 11th annual Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28, 2020, to help encourage residents to support small businesses.
Advantage Media Services, Inc. has partnered with the Val Verde Sheriff's Youth Activity League for the tenth year in a row to help give families in need a Thanksgiving meal through YAL's 'Adopt a Family' program.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Monday reported 8 new deaths and the county's highest-ever daily number of new confirmed cases of COVID-19 -- 6,124 since Sunday -- as unincorporated Canyon Country recorded its first COVID fatality over the weekend.
The city of Santa Clarita is calling for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to justify the new Health Officer Order update that bans outdoor dining for at least the next three weeks starting Wednesday.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger will oppose the county Department of Public Health’s decision to prohibit outdoor dining and further restrictions including another "Safer at Home" order, she said in a statement Monday morning.
Los Angeles County Public Health Department officials on Sunday reported the county’s five-day average COVID-19 case rate had reached more than 4,000, prompting another tightening of pandemic safeguards and restrictions, including restricting dining at restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars.
Researchers who correctly forecasted the growth of COVID-19 infections over the summer issued a warning Monday that cases could nearly double by Inauguration Day, January 20, when presumptive President-elect Joe Biden is to be sworn into office.
To encourage safe travel during the Thanksgiving holiday, the California Highway Patrol will enact a Maximum Enforcement Period beginning at 6:01 p.m. on Wednesday, November 25, and continuing through 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, November 29.
The families of Gracie Muehlberger and Dominic Blackwell, the two students who died during the Saugus High School shooting filed wrongful death lawsuits Monday against the William S. Hart Union High School District.
City of Santa Clarita and Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation officials said Friday that 149 small businesses within the SCV have been approved to receive one-time COVID relief grants of up to $5,000 per business as reimbursement for COVID-related expenses.
Valencia, California-based Princess Cruises is extending its pause in global sailing operations in response to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “Framework for Conditional Sailing Order” pertaining to the resumption of U.S. cruise operations.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen across the country, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday asked Americans to stay home for Thanksgiving and only celebrate with people they live with.
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