On Friday, Nov. 13, Six Flags Magic Mountain will trade roller coasters and funnel cakes for paint brushes and hammers to help launch Project 6, the company's inaugural Day of Service.
For the seventh consecutive year, Six Flags Magic Mountain will collect food for the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank during an annual holiday food drive.
To help Santa Clarita Valley locals get into the spirit of the season and help spread some holiday cheer, Six Flags Magic Mountain will offer free admission to anyone bringing a new, unwrapped toy valued at $15 or more to the theme park the weekends of Dec. 5, 6, 12 and 13 for its annual Toys for the Holidays drive.
In recognition of the 40th anniversary of man's first walk on the moon, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich joined Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin today in honoring the hundreds of men and women of NASA and 24 Apollo astronauts who served this nation in the armed forces, and helped advance this nation's space program.
Recognizing the critical need for Alzheimer and dementia-afflicted seniors as well as their caregivers, dignitaries from Eternal Valley Memorial Park visited the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center on Nov. 3 to lend their support to the Center's Adult Day Care & Resource Center.
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On Wednesday, Nov. 11 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the YMCA on McBean Parkway, the Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA will host their annual Veterans Day luncheon.
A Saugus man was arrested last week for slapping his elderly mother, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's officials said.
Veterans groups and city officials are scheduled to hold events Wednesday to commemorate Veterans Day, while city, county, state and federal buildings - including schools and post offices - are set to be closed.
Metrolink riders could face another fare hike as high as 6 percent in January if the transit agency's board approves a rate increase on Friday.
The Oak Hills Elementary Rock-n-Jog was more than just a fundraiser as the event served as a lesson in team building, health, fitness and music.
One can only be amused by Cam Noltemeyer's recent commentary, "Polluted water: Only time will tell," (Oct. 22). Noltemeyer can't seem to discuss this topic without distorting the facts about the cleanup of the perchlorate contamination in our groundwater or dredging up issues that have long since been addressed.
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First Place "Strike 1, strike 2, strike 3. You're out!" I'm thankful for baseball. It is fun and something I am good at doing. "Yay, I got an A+!" I'm also grateful for school because it teaches me how to read and write so that I have a good education. "Bam, bam, bam." I'm grateful for the men and women fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan to stop the terrorists. "Clean your room, make your bed!" ...
We did a lot of events during Red Ribbon Week. First, on Monday we had the whole school wear red T-shirts to represent Live Oak's pledge to remain drug free. We enjoyed an awesome BMX show to kick-off Red Ribbon Week. The team's name was "Team Soil." On Tuesday, we wore sweatshirts and/or sweat pants - the motto for the day was "Drug Free is no Sweat." On Wednesday, everyone had to wear their clothes ...
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.