The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Tuesday confirmed seven additional deaths and 541 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, with 16 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. This new data brings the total number of deaths in Los Angeles County to 31,626, the total number of cases in the county to 2,831,655 and the total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley to 72,239 since March 2020.

The Los Angeles County health official is issuing a cold weather alert due to the National Weather Service’s forecast for low temperatures. Wind chill temperatures should be below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

Alert issued: Cold temperatures expected in parts of Los Angeles County

California Institute of the Arts Trustee Clark Spencer won the Animated Feature Oscar for “Encanto” at the 94th Annual Academy Awards held Sunday, March 27 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.

Clark Spencer, administrator of CalArts, wins the Oscar for

The City of Santa Clarita invites current and potential vendors to attend an outreach event on Wednesday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., to learn the basics of doing business with the city. Specialty vendors in all areas of the business, including printing, promotional items, construction, engineering consulting and maintenance supplies, are invited to attend the event, which will be held at Canyon Country Community Center, 18410 Sierra Highway.

April 20: Vendors Invited to City of Santa Clarita Vendor Awareness Event

Dust off your cleats, oil your glove and head to Central Park to participate in the city of Santa Clarita’s new senior softball program! This walk-in program allows residents ages 55 and older to get together to play softball with other interested players at the Central Park softball fields on Wednesday mornings.

Year-round free softball program for seniors in Central Park

Already crowned Western State Conference champions, College of the Canyons ended their undefeated run through the conference schedule with a dominating 8-1 road win at Glendale College on March 22.

Conference Champs Canyons women's tennis ends season undefeated

Due to recent rainfall in Southern California, Los Angeles County Health Officer Muntu Davis, MD, MPH is warning residents that bacteria, chemicals, debris, litter and other hazards to public health from city streets and mountainous areas of Los Angeles County are likely to contaminate ocean waters in and around, discharging storm drains, streams and rivers after a rainfall.

LA County Beach Water Use Advisory in effect through Thursday

Nearly an inch of rain in the Santa Clarita Valley on Monday, March 28 forced the City of Santa Clarita to close the Santa Clarita Trek Bike Park due to wet trail conditions and the Santa Clarita Skate Park.

Spring Storm Shuts Trek Bike Park, Santa Clarita Skatepark Reopens

1928 – Small dam victim, thought unidentified and buried in the SCV, actually identified and buried in Chatsworth [story]

Newhall Cowboys

Los Angeles County has created a set of services, programs and supports based on the needs of older adults to ensure a better quality of life for all older residents in the Los Angeles area. Seniors, families and caregivers can now easily navigate and access a wide range of senior-friendly county services in the new centralized Seniors Resource Center.

LA County offers new senior services center

Residents are invited to volunteer at the 2022 Neighborhood Cleanup on Saturday, April 9, where participants can pick up cleaning supplies at one of three drive-thru locations and remove litter in their local neighborhoods.

April 9: Volunteers needed for Neighborhood Cleanup Day 2022

On March 15, 2022, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors designated Camp Scott as one of the facilities to permanently house serious juvenile offenders, including those convicted of murder and rape. The county’s Juvenile Justice Realignment Block Grant Subcommittee will discuss the Board of Overseer’s actions, including the reassignment of Camp Scott, in a virtual meeting on Wednesday, March 30.

March 30: County to discuss Camp Scott reassignment

The University Students’ Union, in conjunction with University Advising Services, Office of Student Success, Department of African Studies, Black House and Associated Students, invites you to attend the virtual installments of Examining Our Campus – part of the Essential Talks Series anti-racist learning network.

CSUN Hosting reviews our on-campus virtual payouts

Princess Cruises, the leading West Coast cruise line with the longest sailing history from the Port of Los Angeles, revealed a first look at its new MedallionClass ship – Discovery Princess – on Monday celebrating its maiden voyage to the Mexican Riviera. .

Discovery Princess celebrates her maiden voyage on the Mexican Riviera

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Message from 5th District Supervisor Kathryn Barger

(CN) – The Golden State is leading the rest of the nation in job creation, according to the latest jobs report from the state’s Department of Employment Development which suggests the state is recovering from the ravages of the pandemic-induced business closures of two years ago.

California unemployment rate drops to 5.4%

A multimedia performance curated by Syrian composer and clarinetist Kinan Azmeh and Syrian-Armenian visual artist Kevork Mourad is an emotional tale of the house in times of conflict. The Soraya presents “Home Within” by the Silkroad Ensemble on Saturday April 2 at 8 p.m.

April 2: The Soraya presents the happy

The William S. Hart Union School District Board of Trustees honored several students and teachers at the March 16 board meeting. The students recently won awards at the Student Television Network National Convention.

Hart's Board Recognizes Student Television Network Convention Winners

On February 15, 2022, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed the Commercial Tenant Protection Ordinance, to protect commercial tenants from harassment and retaliation. The order makes this protection permanent for commercial tenants with nine or fewer employees in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County once the COVID-19 Tenant Protection Resolution expires on December 31, 2022.

County offers assistance to small business tenants

Dancing is a good thing and a growing body of research points specifically to our American folk dance, square dancing, as an important tool for successful aging and good health.

March 29: American Folk Dance Classes at City Parks and Recreation

SACRAMENTO — The California Department of Public Health is warning consumers not to eat specific brands of enoki and mixed mushrooms imported from China, Korea and Taiwan after CDPH testing found Listeria monocytogenes.

Imported mushrooms recalled after state test found listeria

VENTURA – College of the Canyons opened the week with a triumphant round at Olivas Links Golf Course, competing in the Southern California preview against 17 community colleges from across the region, while simultaneously competing in its sixth tournament of the Western State Conference.

The Grounds of COC Men's Golf Tops in SoCal Preview

Valencia High School junior Alex Munoz won the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Division wrestling crown at the 170-pound rankings.

Hart's Board of Directors Recognizes CIF Wrestling Champion Alex Munoz

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital has reported one additional death from COVID-19, bringing the total to 229 since the start of the pandemic, spokesman Michael Crawford confirmed on Monday.

COVID Roundup Monday: Henry Mayo reports 229th death