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.
Did you know, if you're a Santa Clarita Valley resident aged 60 or over, you can ride a city of Santa Clarita bus for free?
With spring in the air, and the eventual dawning of summer and bathing suits, eating light suddenly becomes more appealing. But Mexican food does not usually come to mind when one thinks of fresh, healthy fare. That's why I was so surprised by a recent trip to Las Rocas in Castaic. Sure, you can get your classic taquitos, tamales, burritos, enchiladas and the like, but you can also select from a myriad of specialties that help keep the calorie counts down.
Nik Nejad of Valencia's Concerto Salon has been giving makeovers to his clients for years. On Labor Day weekend 2010, his salon received a makeover of its own.
In 1941, they were teenagers, two seniors from the last graduating class at Los Angeles High School to know peacetime before World War II broke out.
It had been 25 years since LaTonya Robinson, of Valencia, competed in a beauty pageant.
In 1987, devastated by the loss of his beloved golden retriever, Saugus' Nick Kerr went to a Los Angeles County animal shelter to adopt another four-legged friend.
With family and friends located all over the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles and Orange County, actress and Saugus resident Kristy Swanson needed a central place to celebrate her son Magnus' fourth birthday.
The statistics are staggering.
Some aspiring young authors may wish to become the next J.K. Rowling or Stephenie Meyer.
Walk into Newhall's The Coffee House and you'll immediately feel at home. Owners and best friends Christina David and Diana Zahreddine of Newhall have created a warm, charming atmosphere inside the small restaurant that extends to the service and the food.
After years of stand up on Hollywood's toughest stage, Joey Marmo, of Castaic, has brought Los Angeles style comedy to the Santa Clarita Valley.