Staff for the county Board of Education have recommended the board deny a charter school appeal filed by the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences.
Members of the Los Angeles County Board of Education will decide Tuesday whether to give the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences approval for its long sought-after elementary school in Santa Clarita.
Two men wearing matching white T-shirts stood amid the sparsely lit playground equipment at Valencia Meadows Park in the darkness.
Valentine's Day came early to the Newhall Library on Saturday, as local residents gathered to make cards in support of troops stationed overseas as part of the "Hearts for Heroes" project.
One remaining unresolved element in the decade-in-the-making Santa Clarita Valley master plan for development could place large swaths of land under strict new development guidelines.
Health-industry professionals from around the Santa Clarita Valley gathered at the Valencia Industrial Center on Saturday to kick off a two-day festival promoting community wellness, fitness and awareness.
Valencia Water Co.'s takeover by another water company is on hold at least temporarily because the right paperwork wasn't filed, a state official ruled this week.
Santa Clarita's newest fire station officially opened for business with a flag-raising ceremony Friday morning.
Seven California Republicans, including one local representative, have signed on to sponsor a bill that would allow school employees to be designated "school marshals," giving them the ability to carry firearms on school grounds.
An ACLU report that claims school districts across the state - including Hart - aren't providing adequate English-language training is based on incomplete and inaccurate numbers, district officials said this week.
The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station will hold a checkpoint within city limits on Feb. 8 to screen drivers who may be unlicensed or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Law enforcement, medical and fire officials are currently locked in a bloody battle for donation dominance.
Sheriff's Department emergency response time is slower in unincorporated areas than in contract cities, a situation brought on, in part, by budget cuts that totaled more than $360 million in the last three years, officials say.
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority will conduct its biennial head count of the county's homeless population this week, culminating in a Thursday visit to the Santa Clarita Valley.
Los Angeles County supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday to give support to California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein's proposed assault weapons ban.
Some candidates for Santa Clarita City Council may have improperly used the city seal on campaign mailers that were sent out to members of the public.
Two reputed gang members convicted of robbing a bank in Canyon Country before leading police on a wild chase down Los Angeles freeways to downtown, where they tossed money from their fleeing car, were sentenced Friday to lengthy prison terms.
New regulations set to go in effect this fall at College of the Canyons and all state community colleges means it's more important than ever for prospective students to get an early start on registration, an official said Thursday.
More than 2,000 students in the William S. Hart Union High School District are expected to take part in career exploration and training courses during this school year, officials said this week.
It's a common sight during election season: local intersections dotted with signs offering advice to passersby on which candidate they should vote for.
Members of Santa Clarita's Vote by Mail Ballot Board have started work preparing ballots to be counted on Election Day Tuesday.
The Santa Clarita City Council election is a week away, but almost 8,000 people have already cast ballots, city officials said Tuesday.
County supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a $4.2 million project for infrastructure improvement at the Del Valle Regional Emergency Training Center, a site in Castaic used to conduct firefighter training operations.
The clock may be ticking down toward the end of the Santa Clarita City Council race, but the campaigns to represent areas of the Santa Clarita Valley in the state Legislature and Congress are just starting to ramp up.
A collection of emergency response personnel was on hand Saturday for an expo geared at informing Santa Clarita Valley residents about how they can be prepared in the event of an emergency or natural disaster.
Hundreds of veterans turned out Saturday for an event to thank them for their service and provide them the opportunity to receive free home improvement supplies.
With the city of Santa Clarita recently re-upping its contract with the company that provides its red light cameras, an old question has again emerged: Can you simply ignore the ticket you receive from one of the cameras?
Incumbents surged ahead in spending during the past month as the Santa Clarita City Council race neared the April 8 finish line, according to documents filed at City Hall this week.
While discussion has largely centered around whether the California High-Speed Rail project will result in trains running through or under portions of the Santa Clarita Valley, Santa Clarita City Council members this week threw their support behind another preposition: around.
The city of Santa Clarita has signed on to provide more than $29,000 in additional funding to the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center for the center's food and nutrition programs.