In the late 1800's, industrialist Andrew Carnegie began giving away his vast fortune to finance the building of nearly 1,700 libraries in small communities across the United States. Primarily self-educated through access to libraries, Andrew Carnegie believed investing in public libraries was a particularly beneficial gift for a community because it gave people the opportunity to better themselves.
Santa Clarita teens graduating from high school in 2010 will do so with a sense of unmatched excitement as they prepare for the next stage of their lives. While graduation is an event to celebrate, it's also a time when kids need to be reminded about the damages of drunk or reckless driving.
Since 2005, the Santa Clarita Street Art Festival brought Newhall's Main Street to life with vivid artwork, color and design. This year, the event has been re-imagined to include a variety of artistic talent in countless media, with a focus on the process of art.
It's no secret that Santa Clarita goes above and beyond to provide residents with quality, state-of-the-art recreational facilities and opportunities.
We live in an information age where the world is at our fingertips. We pay our bills, balance our checkbooks, diligently manage our credit and even do our taxes without help. In an instant, however, our personal information can be stolen, ruining years of hard work. Social Security and credit card numbers, bank account information, driver's licenses and other valuable data can be used against us if they fall into the wrong hands.
Over the last several years, the city of Santa Clarita and Los Angeles county have been working with residents of this valley to create a joint general plan, the first of its kind in L.A. County.
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