Anxiously grinning with a mouth covered in chocolate, 8-year-old Emily Niemi dipped a chocolate-coated marshmallow in a bowl of sprinkles.
Sue Emerson was unexpectedly laid off three months ago, so the free job workshop her church provided Saturday came at a good time.
Sally Bond and Bill Wolf, of Canyon Country, were part of an exclusive group who toured the new V Australia's Boeing 777 airplane after its arrival into LAX Friday.
When it comes to the $789-billion economic stimulus package, Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce Chairman Bill Kennedy might have summed it up best.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's deputies are asking the public for any helpful information regarding suspects who broke into Dr. J. Michael McGrath Elementary School in Newhall and stole four classroom computers, said Lt. Brenda Cambra.
Sheriff's deputies and Placerita Junior High School officials canvassed the school's surrounding streets Thursday, searching for a suspect who grabbed a female student by the arm.
All it took was a quick shot of two Suleman octuplets wearing phototherapy glasses and Neotech Products of Valencia was a neonatal rage.
For Dianna Bayhylle, closing the doors on her 1-year-old store, Glastonburys Gifts, marked the ending of a dream that had really just begun.
In this economy, everyone is looking to save and Canyon Country entrepreneur Teri Gault helps grocery shoppers around the country do so through her online shopping game and new book.
Arms stretched, toes pointed, bodies twirled, sweat beads formed and energy flowed Saturday as about 20 College of the Canyons and community dance students followed the professional moves of Jarrett Kelly of the world-famous Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago Company.
Wintry clouds loomed and cool drizzle fell Saturday, while several local residents thought about summer and sunshine at the second Summer Activities Fair hosted at La Mesa Junior High School.
In the tight economy, some local churches feel the pinch during the offering, but spiritual leaders say church members are still faithful to give and volunteer.
The stifling economy is keeping businesses from relocating to Santa Clarita despite lower lease costs due to increasing retail vacancy rates.
No matter how complicated the plan sounds, the goal of developing the county's first comprehensive strategic plan is simply to create jobs.
The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 85th annual installment dinner at the Hyatt Valencia, Friday.