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The Civic Musical Road was built by Honda in Lancaster in 2008. It consisted of a .25 mile road with rumble strip-like grooves to produce music. The song that played if driven over is the Finale of the William Tell Overture. It was paved over later that year, because the noise level of the music produced bothered residents of Lancaster who lived nearby. A month later it was recreated, this time further from residential areas.

Population: 118718
Local Newspapers: Antelope Valley Press Santa Clarita Signal LA Times
Local Sports Teams: Lancaster Jet Hawks
Local Colleges: Antelope Valley College University of Antelope Valley

Zip Codes associated with lancaster, california: 93534 93535 93536
Towns/Cities near lancaster, california : Rosamond Quartz Hill Palmdale Littlerock Mojave Edwards AFB

Lancaster News
California mandates 100-percent zero-emission bus fleet

The California Air Resources Board voted Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, to require that all ... . FILE - In this May 1, 2013, file photo, an All Electric Bus, a Zero-Emissions Vehicle, produced by China's BYD Co., is parked at the announcement of the opening of an electric bus manufacturing plant in Lancaster, Calif.

Lancaster woman missing, last seen leaving Los Angeles medical facility one month ago

Authorities sought public help Thursday, Dec. 13, to find a Lancaster woman who went missing after receiving medical treatment near downtown Los Angeles nearly a month ago. Lois Lindsay, 68, was last seen leaving a Kaiser facility in the 700 block of West College Street on Nov. 17, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reported.

Discussion on homelessness

Ron Kagan, who serves as outreach director for the American Civil Liberties Union Antelope Valley Chapter, speaks outside Lancaster City Hall Tuesday evening in support of the Valley's homeless and to protest the city's decision to red tag homeless encampments. Kagan also called on the city's faith-based community to take immediate action to help the homeless.

Hofbauer sworn in as mayor

Tuesday marked the end of an era for Palmdale, as Jim Ledford, mayor for 26 years, passed those duties on to newly elected Mayor Steve Hofbauer. City Manager James Purtee presented Ledford with a plaque in recognition of his service to the city, including as a council member and planning commissioner.

Wreaths Across America a moving tribute to our heroes

Friends in the motorcycle community knew their friend as "Derf," but when he enlisted in the Navy, just before John F. Kennedy was elected president, he was just Fred Johnson, recently graduated from Antelope Valley High School. He served as an electrician's mate aboard the USS Coral Sea.

Avalos jury transcript unsealed

The grand jury transcript was unsealed Monday in the case of a Lancaster woman and her boyfriend, who are accused of torturing and murdering her 10-year-old son. Heather Maxine Barron, 29, and Kareem Ernesto Leiva, 32, have pleaded not guilty to charges that they killed Anthony Avalos and tortured him in the days leading up to his June 21 death.

New pot facility coming to city

A state-of-the-art 31,705 square-foot medical cannabis cultivation and manufacturing research center is targeted for a 2.5-acre vacant lot on the southeast corner of Seventh Street East and Avenue L-8. The city's Planning Commission voted 5-0, with commissioners Diana Cook and Rutger Parris absent, at the Nov. 26 meeting to approve the project's conditional use permit.

Moderate rainfall coming to Southern California, heavier rain off coast

A storm that originated in the central Pacific headed toward Southern California Tuesday and will bring average to moderate rainfall, likely from Tuesday night until early Friday, according to National Weather Service meteorologists. The storm was off the coast of Northern California Tuesday morning and was on a track to drop southeastward, said NWS meteorologist Dave Bruno.

4-day strike by thousands of L.A. County emergency room nurses averted after talks

A threatened strike by Los Angeles County emergency room nurses and nurse practitioners was averted Tuesday after a marathon of month-long negotiations at the bargaining table and an early morning tentative settlement with county officials. The nurses planned a four-day Unfair Labor Practice strike poised to dramatically impact Los Angeles County's public healthcare delivery system by focusing attention on continued, unaddressed threats to patient safety at the county's flagship hospitals.

A Christmas celebration

Sisters Lee-Ann, left, and Adelynn Delarosa perform during last year's Antelope Valley Christmas Creche Art and Music Festival at The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints in Lancaster. A CLOSER LOOK - Rey Dean, left, of Llano, and Marcia Abbate of Palmdale compare the many nativity scenes on display at last year's Antelope Valley Christmas Creche Art and Music Festival at The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints in Lancaster.

Lancaster parade ushers in holidays

Extensions Dance and Art Academy danA cers perform at last year's Lancaster's Christmas parade. This year's parade takes place Saturday on Lancaster Boulevard.

Sheriff's monitor report coming

The LanA casA ter Sheriff's StaA tion Community Advisory ComA mittee's sworn personnel will present the Antelope Valley Monitoring Team's six-month report at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the community room of the gymnasium at Stephen Sorensen Park. In April 2015 the U.S. Department of Justice and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department agreed to policing reforms and settlement of police-reA lated fair housing claims in the Antelope Valley.

Suspect shot after sheriffa s deputies respond to family dispute in Lancaster

Sheriff's personnel shot and wounded a man in Lancaster on Sunday after answering a call about a family dispute, according to the department. The deputy-involved-shooting happened about 4 p.m. in the 44100 block of 48th Street West, Deputy Tracy Koerner of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said.

Homeless campers kicked out

A red tag left by the city of Lancaster's code enforcement on Nov. 20 in the desert off 20th Street West north of Avenue H warns residents to move before Dec. 11 or their belongings will be considered abandoned and discarded. Any people left after that date could be cited or arrested.

Hotspot of the Week: the Village Grille

On a very cold day last week, my companion and I decided to go out for breakfast. We chose The Village Grille, a cozy little gem off Sierra Highway, in Lancaster.

Some exercise before the big turkey feast

THEY'RE OFF! - Runners take off at the start of the Antelope Valley Family YMCA's 10th annual Turkey Trot Thursday morning at Sgt. Steve Owen Memorial Park in Lancaster.

Buffett-backed Chinese automaker BYD suspends plan for Canada plant

FILE PHOTO: Women walk in front of the logo of Chinese car manufacturer BYD Auto stage before the opening of the 15th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai April 19, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song ), had planned to open the site this year in Ontario with about 40 workers, a boost to green manufacturing in the country's most populous province.

Local Comfort Keepers Wins Award for Operational Excellence

Local Comfort Keepers Operations Manager Angela McClain was recently awarded the Operational Excellence award at the 2018 Comfort Keepers Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas. The award is granted to those whose local businesses demonstrate consistent delivery of exceptional service to clients, employees, and the community.

Principal charged with murder

An Eastside Unified School District principal was charged Monday with one count of murder in an alcohol-related crash in which a 29-year-old woman was killed, according to the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office. Enterprise Elementary School Principal Mary KrupA pe, 35, of PearA blosA som, is scheduled to be arraigned today at the Antelope Valley Courthouse.

Police logs: Nov. 20, 2018

The following information is compiled from Red Bluff Police Department, Red Bluff Fire, Tehama County Sheriff's Department, Corning Police Department, Corning Fire, Cal Fire and California Highway Patrol logs. Marion Joseph D'Avy: 62, of Red Bluff was arrested Friday at the 13100 block of Lowery Road and charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammo.

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