Nearly 13,000 people turned out for Real Life Church's third Halloween extravaganza Saturday, which offered everything from knights jousting on horseback to acrobats performing gravity-defying performances, all with a Medieval theme.
Brass flashed in the sunshine and nervous flag girls practiced routines one more time as the 30th annual Rampage Field Show took over Cougar Stadium again Saturday, the only marching band competition featuring five Santa Clarita Valley high schools.
After 30 years in business, Newhall Lumber will go up for auction Monday due to a family decision to liquidate the business after the owner, William "Bill" Kellerman, died in September.
Pamela and Alan Ferdman, longtime residents of Canyon Country, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 17 with a dinner and family gathering at ship Hornblower in Marina Del Ray.
Taylor Jade Fritz was born on July 3 at 3:38 a.m. to parents Keli and Kody Fritz and older sister Jillian Fritz.
Brooklyn McKenzie was born to Tony and Lisa Sullivan on March 19, weighing 5 pounds and 12 ounces.
Chuck and Toni Miltenberger recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at Salt Creek Grille in Valencia.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cusick are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Rachel Renee Cusick to Richard Regis Blair, son of Kelley Kilgannon and Dennis Blair.
More than 100 well-wishers crowded together Saturday inside Chapel by the Hill at the Eternal Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary in Newhall to honor Larry Thornton, a longtime Hart High School band teacher who died earlier this month.
LOS ANGELES - California could join Japan, Mexico and other earthquake-prone countries that alert residents to the approach of powerful shaking under a bill awaiting approval from Gov. Jerry Brown.
An autopsy on a body found burning near Castaic Lake may have been performed Saturday, but no new information regarding the possible identity of the body has been released, according to officials.
Residents of the Santa Clarita Valley have several options Wednesday to mark the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Students in College of the Canyons' Medical Laboratory Technician program celebrated their graduation with a pinning ceremony recently – only the college's second class to graduate.
More than 140 people were arrested for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol Friday as law enforcement agencies countywide ramped up their enforcement of such offenses ahead of Labor Day weekend.
Thunder rattled windows in Canyon Country and startled some Saugus residents awake early Friday as a moist monsoonal air mass moved through the Santa Clarita Valley.
I've always liked watching team sports. Sometimes you don't even have to be watching a game to know how things are going. You simply have to listen. You can hear the winners.
Thousands of Santa Clarita Valley community members learned safety and prevention tips Saturday during the fourth annual "Children Drown Without a Sound" Water Safety Expo.
The Great Wall of China is so large it can be seen from space.
At any given time in California, there are numerous bills in circulation dealing with - or dealing out - meritless lawsuits. In fact, scheming trial lawyers have become a seemingly unshakable facet of our state's identity. With more than 50 closed state courthouses, 205 closed courtrooms, reduced operating hours at 30 courthouses and more than 50 vacant judgeships due to state budget cuts, California's court system is beyond critical mass.
The old adage "There's no such thing as a free lunch" doesn't apply to Santa Clarita Valley youngsters this summer.
Santa Clarita's first Pacific Islander Festival drew large crowds to William S. Hart Park on Saturday.