A Canyon Country charter school for high school dropouts is trying to move to a bigger and quieter spot, but the owners of a beauty salon that neighbors the prospective property have said they don't want students loitering and taking up parking spots.
A powerful Pacific storm dumped more than an inch of rain on the Santa Clarita Valley on Monday, slicking local roads, contributing to dozens of crashes, filling up creeks and prompting firefighters to prepare for mud slides in hilly burn areas.
Old Orchard is the oldest planned development in Valencia - a beige maze of houses with freshly mowed lawns, per homeowner's association rules.
Alan Olick, president of General Plating Company and Brite Plating Incorporated, said that over the last year he has had to cut employees and payroll to keep his businesses out of debt.
Santa Clarita Valley Independent Minutemen leader Roger Gitlin says proposed immigration reform could ruin the country and the economy - and he's mad enough about it to help organize a rally this weekend.
Santa Clarita has installed eight signs on traffic medians around town directing drivers to the city's two biggest sales-tax cash cows: the shopping mall and auto dealerships in Valencia.
The Take Two Resale Shop on Main St. is housed in a building that hasn't been renovated in about 40 years.
LOS ANGELES - By taking about $4 million dollars from Santa Clarita, the state legislature has prevented the city from improving roads, public safety and infrastructure, City Manager Ken Pulskamp said at a rally Monday.
Santa Clarita officials are recommending that the City Council stop plans to build a 99,000 square-foot retail center near the southeast corner of Newhall Avenue and Sierra Crossing on Tuesday.
Santa Clarita engineers say the cross-valley connector is about 85 percent complete and hope to have the 8-mile road connecting Interstate 5 with Highway 14 open by the end of March.
Newhall restauranteur Simon Mee says outdoor dining is a big hit at his place, especially on warm weekend days.
A Newhall construction company is planning to turn an abandoned gas station on 11th Street into an 8,000-square-foot retail center, Santa Clarita planners said.
In a few months, Santa Clarita residents will be able to request city services on their mobile phones in 140 characters or less.
The president of Universal Framing, a picture frame wholesaler, says his Santa Clarita business saves big every year by hiring employees who qualify the firm for special state tax credits.
A city panel in charge of rent at local mobile home parks expects to decide as soon as next month whether the owners of Polynesian Mobile Home Park in Newhall could hike rent for its low-income residents by up to $200.