When the owners of a yoga studio in downtown Newhall retired about a month ago, Laurie Jacobs decided it was up to her to make sure residents had a place to stretch.
The first oil refinery built in California - one of the catalysts for the creation of Newhall - is hidden so well that people who work only feet away from the historic landmark can't find it.
The list of contenders vying for three seats in April's City Council election will be decided in the next few weeks.
Bill Arens sounded more like a concerned parent than a dog owner when he scolded his poodle for playing too rough with a female bulldog.
Happy Valley is a place in Newhall where horses outnumber street lights and ranch-style homes sit along placid, oak tree-lined roads.
Santa Clarita dog owners are getting a new park to share with their slobbering friends.
Lots of people can listen to music or surf the Web on their laptop.
The city will begin installing LED traffic signals at 24 intersections in south Valencia between Interstate 5 and Railroad Avenue.
In one popular Saugus electronics shop, the human toll of Black Friday was startlingly clear.
Two Santa Clarita churches were able to raise more than $2,000 for the Church of Hope food pantry over the span of a few short hours - just in time for Thanksgiving.
The City Council tweaked speed limits on four sections of roads in Santa Clarita on Tuesday night and added new speed limits in six other spots.
The city has redesigned its election Web site, VoteSantaClarita.com, in preparation for the City Council campaign which will culminate in the April 13 election.
Telling cities they need to meet "green" goals set by the California Legislature, state officials are threatening to withhold transportation funds for cities that aren't on board with greenhouse gas-reducing strategies.
Dozens of colorful cards sent from children to Santa Claus sit in a box at the Post Office Processing Center in Valencia.
When the arthritis in his knees made it too difficult to climb the stairs leading into his mobile home, E.W. "Wally" Waldeck knew he needed to build a wheelchair ramp.