Santa Clarita City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday night to give final approval to the city's $180.6 million budget, which city officials have praised as balanced and conservative.
LOS ANGELES - After hours of public hearings, hundreds of speakers and months of discussions, county supervisors said Tuesday they still do not have the information they need to move forward with a fee for cleaning up water runoff.
It needed to be perfect.
After months of planning and discussion, the controversial measure that would assess a per-parcel fee on all property owners in Los Angeles County to clean up storm water will be back before county supervisors Tuesday.
While officials in Los Angeles County wrangled earlier this year over how to levy a fee to fund storm water cleanup efforts, Santa Clarita and some other cities asked to be exempt from having the fees imposed because they already had programs in place to address the matter.
Santa Clarita City Council members will vote Tuesday on whether to ratify a 3 percent pay raise for each of the next two years, boosting council salaries by a total of almost $104 a month beginning in 2014.
LAKE HUGHES - With hills blackened by the Powerhouse Fire looming nearby, a few dozen people gathered in Lake Hughes Saturday for a lunch event to thank the firefighters who battled the blaze.
One of the two California Republican Assembly chapters in the Santa Clarita Valley was shuttered Saturday after it was alleged that its charter was granted in violation of the governing group's bylaws.
One person was killed and four others injured after a three-car crash caused by a vehicle apparently traveling the wrong way on northbound Highway 14 near Escondido Canyon Road early Saturday morning.
The William S. Hart Union High School District will look to restore next school year's schedule to the full 180 days that students attended before massive budget cuts, board members agreed this week.
Backed by a shower of blue-silver confetti and the opening riff of Europe's "The Final Countdown" the Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park officially launched the newest addition to the Santa Clarita Valley skyline, dubbed "Full Throttle," on Friday.
After taking his oath of office, Valencia resident Chris Fall said Wednesday that he is "pumped" to officially join the William S. Hart Union High School District board.
LOS ANGELES - An ambitious expansion plan for Disney's Golden Oak movie ranch in Placerita Canyon received unanimous approval Wednesday from the Los Angeles Regional Planning Commission.
Members of the Saugus Union School District board voted 4-1 Tuesday night to declare Stephen Winkler's board seat vacant, saying he does not reside within the school district boundaries.
A 54-year-old Canyon Country man who allegedly drove the wrong way on Highway 14 Monday, causing a multi-car pileup that injured 13, has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence at the time of the crash, a California Highway Patrol officer said Tuesday.
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.
Santa Clarita City Council members have voted to extend the city's contract with Redflex Traffic Systems Inc., the company contracted to provide the city's red light cameras.
Santa Clarita City Council members voted Tuesday night to approve an agreement that will pay local company Edwards Outdoor Advertising up to $1.3 million to remove 47 of its billboard structures around the city.