City officials this week put a code enforcement crackdown on hold after a group of residents in one of the Santa Clarita Valley's oldest neighborhoods came out in force against it.
A group of developers is considering building a large medical center in Canyon Country, which may bring urgent-care services to a community that doesn't currently have any.
In a speech to an enthusiastic crowd of supporters, Santa Clarita City Council contender TimBen Boydston kicked off his campaign, saying he'd make local government more responsive and push for term limits.
County officials are warning homeowners about private-company mailers that promise to decrease property taxes for a fee, but fail to mention the county does it for free.
The city has bought up 10 acres of land in Quigley Canyon that would allow greater access to Walker Ranch, officials said.
The Sports Complex Activities Center was buzzing with activity Wednesday morning as children played games and ate snacks with friends.
The idea of building a 35,818 square-foot retail center at the corner of Railroad Avenue and Oak Ridge Drive has some residents in the surrounding community worried about the increased noise and traffic that could come with it.
Bicycle businesses and enthusiasts were dismayed to learn Wednesday that the Amgen Tour of California will not be racing through the Santa Clarita Valley in 2010.
Linda Storli walked with her granddaughter in front of the Veterans Historical Park in Newhall.
A Saugus man who helped spearhead the creation of the statewide "do not call" list has cried foul over "robo-calls" sent out by a school board candidate.
The sidewalk in front of the U.S. Post Office on Lyons Avenue served as the Santa Clarita Valley's latest unlikely stage for a bizarre political drama.
A fresh coat of paint, a new floor, a fresh-poured driveway - the list of improvements is one any homeowner would be proud to check off.
Two candidates for seats on the William S. Hart Union High School District board are trading accusations of unfair campaigning.
Most Santa Clarita residents will see a dip in the tax they pay for stormwater fees next year under a plan approved by the City Council this week.
To improve local business and attract new industry to the valley, the newly formed Economic Development Corp. asked the city to become a founding member of the organization at this week's Santa Clarita City Council meeting.