The Romero Canyon site proposed for a Castaic high school will, by the end of the decade, house a 5,000-seat soccer/football stadium, an 800-seat performing arts center and at least 1,300 boisterous students roaming the grounds - if all goes as planned in a recently released draft environmental impact report.
The draft environmental impact report for a Castaic high school released last week is a product of nearly two years of research and $449,718.50 spent from Measure SA funds, Hart district officials say.
Yelling, jumping and, occasionally, hitting the hardwood, more than 80 children turned out for basketball clinics in the gym at the Boys & Girls Club of the Santa Clarita Valley on Thursday.
The thermometer read higher than 80 degrees Wednesday, but about 100 children ages 2 to 6 were throwing snowballs as part of the annual "snow day" at Creative Years Preschool in Santa Clarita.
Hart district officials released an environmental impact report for the proposed Castaic high school site Tuesday, detailing how plans for a new campus might affect the community.
Ten-year-old Fernanda Montoya, of Canyon Country, never knew anyone who had cancer, but she knew she wanted to help.
Working side by side and making meticulous measurements, students Jacob Chen and Harrison Oliphant made precision cuts for their homemade mast - a plastic bag supported by a pair of dowel rods.
A 49-year-old man collapsed and died Saturday following a game of paintball, a Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station official said.
A pair of DUI arrests were made in the Santa Clarita Valley on Friday, after separate DUI checkpoints - one hosted by the California Highway Patrol, the other by the SCV Sheriff's Station - screened more than 1,200 vehicles.
After the Santa Clarita Valley experienced triple-digit temperatures throughout the week and early-morning showers, a flash-flood warning was issued Thursday for local mountains, according to weather officials.
An emergency parachute device didn't deploy for the aircraft involved in a crash that killed two men near Piru, a law enforcement official said Saturday.
Dozens of smiling 6- and 7-year-olds chatter as they follow their teachers in orderly lines, weaving through the courtyard at Leona Cox Community School in Canyon Country.
It's STAR testing time, and Valencia High School counselor Kathy Stroh seizes the opportunity to meet with larger groups of students than she can during regular class schedules.
Seventh- and eighth-graders eagerly raise hands to offer hypothetical event problems, and Chad Powell, assistant principal at Rio Norte Junior High School, can barely contain himself.
Hart boys basketball played El Camino Real of Woodland Hills tough for three quarters at Hart High in Newhall on Monday.