Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry said Thursday he is on the mend after fracturing several bones during a visit to Washington, D.C., and he hopes to be fully recovered in the next six to eight weeks.
Surrounded by about 16 friends and supporters in her Canyon Country home, Berta Gonzalez-Harper officially launched her bid for Santa Clarita City Council in 2014.
Around 40 people lined the corner of McBean Parkway and Valencia Boulevard on Thursday for a vigil and rally to remember Trayvon Martin, a Florida youth who was shot and killed last year.
Officials at College of the Canyons warned today about a door-to-door scam in which people posing as students are going door to door trying to solicit money for projects or activities.
Two more Santa Clarita Valley school districts joined the ranks Wednesday of those whose incumbents all plan to keep their seats during the November elections for municipal government.
Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry is on the mend after being injured during a visit to Washington, D.C., city officials said Wednesday.
Hart district board member Bob Jensen has announced he too plans to seek reelection in November, meaning all three incumbents in the district plan to seek another four-year term in office.
Members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to approve more than $1.4 million in funding for a series of new exhibits at the Placerita Canyon Nature Center and Natural Area in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Proposals to construct new facilities to house female inmates at Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic were front and center Tuesday as county supervisors discussed plans to overhaul the Los Angeles County jail system.
With the filing period for November elections just two days old, Santa Clarita Valley incumbents led a veritable stampede to the county registrar's office by Tuesday, declaring their intentions to run again for local school districts and a lone water board.
Starting today, Santa Clarita Valley residents can file to run for open board seats at six local school districts, as well as one water district, in the upcoming November elections.
Santa Clarita Arts Commission has narrowed the field of six artist candidates to design the Newhall roundabout to just two.
Men and women in camouflaged gear huddled behind corroded cars or pressed themselves against crumbling facades, their conversations occasionally interrupted by the roar of a Humvee or the rattle of machine gun fire.
About 65 children came spent time with a collection of aircraft and some of the industry professionals responsible for designing and flying them during an event to promote interest in aviation Saturday in Agua Dulce.
While Santa Clarita officials said this week they never received advance notice of a lawsuit alleging the city's system for electing City Council members unfairly dilutes the Latino vote, one of the lawyers who brought the case says he notified the city of the possibility more than a month beforehand.
SANTA CLARITA - The Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on its school board, according to information posted on the district's website.
A summertime invitation to the public to choose one of two works of art for the Newhall roundabout apparently hasn't yielded quite the reception that Santa Clarita city officials had hoped.
The Ever-Changing Wall, a giant photographic mural conceived by the local ARTree Community Arts Center, has returned to Newhall.
Of eight homeless service zones in Los Angeles County, the one that encompasses the Santa Clarita Valley has the second-highest growth in those who have no place to live, according to numbers recently released by county officials.
With the status of its permanent new home still uncertain, the long-awaited elementary school for the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences will use temporary facilities in Acton and Agua Dulce on its first day of classes Monday.