Every Sunday, someone brings in the hymnals and holy water, another brings the bread and wine, another carries in the crucifix - and Mass proceeds in the multipurpose room of Castaic's North Lake Hills Elementary.
A man who pleaded guilty to molesting a Placerita Junior High School student was sentenced to 60 days in jail and ordered to register as a sex offender, a prosecutor said Friday.
Bryan Buhtz thinks he found the perfect space for his Shutter World Inc. business.
An eclectic mix of framed old silver pistols and aged posters of James Dean, John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and American Indians hang in random order on the walls of the old barber shop.
Soft voices and organ music reverberated throughout the steeple as hundreds of Ash Wednesday observers sang "Be merciful oh Lord, we have sinned" at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Newhall.
Shoppers reacted with concern and understanding Tuesday when they learned the Westfield Valencia Town Center will cut daily shopping time by an hour to save retailers some expenses.
If the newly built Castaic medical center houses an urgent care center, Castaic resident Flo Lawrence is all for it.
If Newhall's Rosa Aviles could find a job, she would have driven to see her grandson in Alameda Monday instead of waiting for the bus at the Santa Clarita Transit McBean Transfer Station.
As Santa Clarita was only a starting point in this year's 2009 Amgen Tour of California - not a crowd-and-revenue-drawing ending point - the city's economic guru didn't expect it to top last year's take of $2 million for local businesses.
Guillermo Galarza propped his young daughter, Natalia, up on his shoulders as she clutched a camera Saturday, waiting to get a quick shot of Lance Armstrong the moment he stepped off his Team Astana bus.
Hundreds of students chowed on hot dogs and ice cream and tried to hold it down on Goliath's steep drop. There were no Bible lessons or prayers, but Young Life leaders hope events like Thursday's Six Flags Magic Mountain celebration will bring unity, relationships and God's love to students across the Santa Clarita Valley.
For Angela Freeland, of Valencia, transforming an occasional hobby into a successful job opportunity has proved to be a truly sweet sensation.
Several local mom-and-pop business owners say personal care and competitive prices attract a loyal client base and keep business stable or even booming for some shops.
Homeowners should brace for another wave of foreclosures this spring, said The Master's College political studies professor John Stead.
Foreclosures and job losses are causing high levels of stress for students who fear getting yanked out of their schools because of their families' economic situation.