This month, the Los Angeles Superior Court will begin implementation of a Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone system. The system debuts at the Inglewood Courthouse and juvenile court building on Sept.16 and will become operational at 33 other courthouses during the next 12 months.
In a letter to Santa Clarita city officials that arrived Thursday, the Judicial Council of California said the state won’t be funding any new courthouse projects this year – including one that had been on the city and county’s wish list for the Santa Clarita Valley.
The letter came...
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The rotten egg smell you may have noticed in the SCV today came all the way from the Salton Sea; Why Santa Clarita will not be getting a new courthouse as was originally planned in the judiciary facilities budget.
Also: U.S. Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon flies to San Antonio to investigate...
It looks like the Superior Court will have to stay in the Civic Center at Magic Mountain Parkway and Valencia Boulevard for the foreseeable future.
The Santa Clarita Valley won’t be getting a new courthouse after all.
That’s the word from Courthouse News Service, an independent news agency...
Calling it the “most significant reduction of services in its history” the presiding judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court system has announced the June 30 closure of 56 courtrooms and the reduction of 350 workers.
One courtroom, Dept. 4, will be closed at the Santa Clarita Courthouse.
Unsettled by the county’s plan to move the local sheriff’s station from Valencia to Castaic Junction, the Santa Clarita City Council will consider sending a letter Tuesday asking Sheriff Lee Baca and the Board of Supervisors to rethink the idea.
The city’s population of 180,000 residents...
Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry said he was caught off guard by a decision from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to place options on land outside the city limits for the location of a new sheriff’s station and courthouse.
“Not to receive a call from a Supervisor as...
[Supervisor Mike Antonovich] – The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved siting the Santa Clarita Courthouse and regional Sheriff’s Station on 12 acres of land located along the south side of The Old Road, east of Henry Mayo Drive.
“The State of California’s identification...
The State Public Works Board has selected its preferred site in the unincorporated Castaic Junction area of the Santa Clarita Valley for a new courthouse proposed for the Superior Court of Los Angeles County.
The proposed site is located near the intersection of The Old Road and Henry Mayo Drive, close...
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Friday reported 24 new deaths and 4,544 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 countywide, as officials called for tightened safety measures set to take effect on Monday.
As new COVID-19 cases remain at alarming levels and the number of people hospitalized continues to increase, a temporary Los Angeles County Health Officer Order will be issued to require additional safety measures across sectors.
Hundreds of local, older adults could not break bread together this year for the annual Thanksgiving feast at the Bella Vida Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, but many still showed, some even dressed up for a drive-thru version Thursday.
Zonta International’s “16 days of Activism” is held annually from Nov. 25 - Dec. 10. Since 2016, Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley has participated in the annual "Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women" campaign in collaboration with the Child and Family Center.
On Monday, Nov. 30, College of the Canyons will host a virtual soft opening of its Multicultural Center, which will provide safe and brave spaces for historically minoritized and marginalized groups on campus with the goal of increased diversity, equity and inclusion throughout the college’s fabric.
Travel through the seven levels of the Candy Cane Forest, past the sea of twirly-swirly gum drops and into a month of non-stop fun and entertainment with the city of Santa Clarita’s virtual events in December.
While local health care officials have been asking for the community’s help in creating personal protective equipment since the onset of the pandemic, now the message is simpler: Abide by public health guidelines.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Wednesday reported 49 new deaths and 4,311 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 countywide since Tuesday, including 96 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley, as Henry Mayo on Wednesday afternoon reported its second death this week.
In response to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors' 3-2 vote Tuesday allowing further COVID-19-related closures to take effect Wednesday, Supervisor Kathryn Barger is calling for $10 million in federal CARES Act funding to be repurposed to aid impacted local businesses.
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