Bobbi Jean Bell loves the West. It's in the music she listens to, the books she reads, the clothes she wears and, for the last two years, the focus of her business.
One Saturday morning each month, Valencia United Methodist Church is transformed into a warehouse supermarket.
As a child in Tokyo, Shuko Shikauchi Nielsen grew up with origami. It was taught to her by her mother, her grandmother and teachers throughout grade school.
If you see Sheri Clement outdoors, you can be sure she'll be wearing a big floppy hat and lots of sunscreen.
If you or your spouse has actively served in the U.S. Military for a minimum of 90 consecutive days, including at least one day during a qualified war period, there is a federal government benefit available called Non-Service Connected Pension plus Aid and Attendance benefits.
It's a mother's worst fear, and it happened to Lisa DeLong - twice. The Canyon Country resident's eldest son, Justin, was diagnosed with leukemia at age 5 in 1990. Then the nightmare repeated itself in 2006 when her youngest son, Jacob, was 6. "My husband called me and said the pediatrician wanted us to take Jacob to Children's Hospital (Los Angeles) to be tested for leukemia. It could not register in my brain completely," DeLong ...
Back in the day, when I briefly worked as a secretary in Hollywood, I frequented a place called Zankou Chicken. Famous for its fantastic grilled chicken and awe-inspiring garlic sauce, Zankou Chicken was my (and many others) go-to place for Middle Eastern/Armenian food. The Santa Clarita Valley finally has its Zankou Chicken equivalent in It's A Wrap Fresh Pita Grill, opened in March by first-time restaurateur Haig Semerjian. "I'm Armenian and I grew up in ...
Alley Oops is back and, this time, they're talking turkey - as in three consecutive strikes of Wii bowling, that is.
For much of her young life, Caitlin Dugger has watched "Wheel of Fortune" with her family.
The animals, staff and volunteers at Castaic Shelter should have a lot to celebrate after Big Sunday weekend ends May 15, thanks to freshly painted kennels and exterior walls, misting devices to ward off the Santa Clarita Valley heat, upgraded meet-and-greet areas with Astroturf for families to interact with potential pets.
With one daughter who's a little shy, and another who's more outgoing, Carol Ballou, of Canyon Country, was thrilled to find an after-school activity both daughters could enjoy: acting.
Whether it's a day trip or an extended tour, local seniors and their families have a nearly endless variety of travel options through the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center's Trips & Tours program.
After injuring his knee, Chul Hee, of Valencia, was looking for a fun way to get out and exercise again.
Cancer survivors and their family, friends and supporters gathered at Robinson Ranch Country Club in Canyon Country recently for the American Cancer Society Santa Clarita Valley Unit's fifth annual Relay for Life Breakfast.
The warmer weather of spring invites Santa Clarita Valley residents to take the family outside and get moving, which is healthy for the body and spirit.
Maverick has spent several months at Advanced Care Animal Care Center in Canyon Country, but the senior cat is far from sick. He's looking for a new home and veterinarian/owner Amanda Gillen felt her office was a good place to start.
Blooming flowers and blossoming plants signal the start of spring across the Santa Clarita Valley. The season has been known to trigger environmental allergies not just in people, but for their pets, as well.
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