Castaic Union meeting
In the July 9 article, "Mayhem strikes, are you covered?," it spoke about earthquake insurance.
Regarding "Tree-house hopes hang on appeal," July 8:
Residents of Phonehenge West, the eccentric tree-house structure built in Acton without benefit of building permits, have been told to start packing.
Two civil rights groups are urging county supervisors to support a bill that would send thousands of parolees to the county's Probation Department, rather than expecting law enforcement to supervise them.
The William S. Hart Union High School District has scheduled a free webinar from 6-7 p.m. Thursday to educate parents and students about contemporary drugs used by students in local neighborhoods.
Thanks to $35,000 worth of donated sportswear, computers and cash from the LeBron James Family Foundation, Nike and HP, the Santa Clarita Valley Boys & Girls Club was able to strengthen its athletics and education programs for its members.
The state raided its own $310 million California courthouse construction fund while balancing its budget last month, which could affect the proposed $58 million Santa Clarita Valley courthouse, an official said Tuesday.
A service interruption left 2,500 Stevenson Ranch residents without power Tuesday evening, although about half of those residents' power was restored immediately, according to Southern California Edison reports.
Rioux Park walking group
I'd like to offer a sincere "thank you" to the folks at our local Caltrans field office.
This spring was another successful season for the Small Business Development Center's Young Entrepreneurs Program, or YEP.
Several local catering companies serving the Santa Clarita Valley have continued to see their businesses thrive as other small local firms have been forced to close due to the economic slump.
There's nothing quite like juicy, fresh watermelon to cool you off on a hot summer day.
Like many churches across the Santa Clarita Valley, Valencia United Methodist wanted to complete a service project which would not only help others, but help change the world for the better in some way.
I take a great deal of pride in living in Santa Clarita. I am a lifelong resident, and I've dedicated myself to serving the community because I believe this is one of the greatest places to live in Southern California.
I've lived in Santa Clarita for decades and I've been privileged to serve you on our City Council.
Mercedes-Benz of Valencia only opened its doors in December 2005, but it already needs to expand.
Family owned for 35 years, CBC Cleaning and Restoration has offered the Santa Clarita Valley's residential and commercial homeowners a slew of services to help restore and maintain flooring of all types.
The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce reached a significant milestone when it recently marked 90 years of support for local businesses.
When Monica Harrison launched L.A. Film Locations in 2003, the Santa Clarita-based company that serves as a film location property resource for location managers, it was the perfect marriage between Harrison's background in commercial property asset management and coming from a family of film industry professionals.
If you change your own motor oil and filters, the city of Santa Clarita is asking you to recycle it – for free.
Entourage Hair Studio, a long-time Valencia Town Center tenant, has recently relocated into a new location on Town Center Drive. In the process of creating a brand new, ground-up salon, owner Michael Beck was inspired to combine fine art and hair fashion together to create a whole new experience in art and style.
At Eternal Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary, history is as ubiquitous as death, remembrance and peace.
For as long as she can remember, Dr. Patrice Rifkind wanted to help people.
While the task is not small, Canyon Country Little League is undergoing a large transformation.
It's all about family at Advanced Audiology.
Chartered in 1989, the Assistance League of Santa Clarita is now helping 3,000 students in the Santa Clarita Valley as it celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
When Nancy Grunbok purchased the center in 1995, her goal was to provide the Santa Clarita Valley a safe and enriching environment for children of the community to learn and play during child care services, as well as working one-on-one with families to meet their needs.