"You don't appreciate a lot of stuff in school until you get older. Little things like being spanked every day by a middle-aged woman: Stuff you pay good money for in later life."
A Thanksgiving Feast was held at Mary's Schoolhouse (also known as Gregory Family Child Care) in Santa Clarita.
Reading Steve Lunetta's Uncle Earl column ("Uncle Earl's view on the election," Nov. 20) summed up what is wrong with the Republican Party: a loss of ideals, finger-pointing, idle gossip, fear-mongering and a considerable state of denial.
Santa Clarita businesswomen Carolyn Goedike and Mary Elliott are sponsoring a contest, "A Toast to You!" through Dec. 5.
The city of Santa Clarita launched its first online boutique this month, featuring specialty Santa Clarita-branded items designed to help residents and visitors enjoy the good life in Santa Clarita.
We have been brainwashed by the automobile industry in telling us that we have to have bigger, faster and flashier cars.
In Los Angeles, Gil Garcetti's name is often associated with politics and cracking down on crime.
What if you walked into a store to purchase something and you saw a sign over the item you want that read, "This item is marked UP 18 percent or 20 percent or 28 percent or more"?
When the federal government required one of its defense contractors to reduce its workforce, the contractor first evaluated its employees based on the criteria of performance, flexibility and critical skills.
The Orangeline Maglev Development Authority Board of Directors unanimously voted to appoint Santa Clarita Councilwoman Marsha McLean as vice chair for the authority for 2009.
The morning after is never pretty. But after eight years of the George W. Bush administration and the Nov. 4 Election Day drubbing of Republicans, it is a fair question to ask: "What went wrong?"
The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society will present silent funnyman Buster Keaton's classic "Go West," 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at "Flickers at the Junction" (formerly "Friday Night Flickers").
To inquire about adopting, volunteering or donating to the Brittany Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit humane organization dedicated to the rescue, care and placement of homeless dogs, contact (661) 713-5240 or e-mail Brittany_dogs@yahoo.com. Donations are very important to the operation and maintenance of the Brittany Foundation. Donations pay for food, medical care and other necessary services for the homeless dogs housed at The Brittany Foundation. The foundation shelter opens its doors every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. so potential adoptive families can meet rescued dogs for adoption. The Brittany Foundation is also open ...
Placerita J.H. hosts robotics competition
It was a sea of glittery gowns and tuxedoes Saturday night when the Betty Ferguson Foundation hosted its eighth Woman of Honor Dinner and Auction at the Hyatt Valencia.
For many of us, this time of year represents a little extra in our bank accounts from tax returns. It is a perfect time of year for identity thieves to strike. If you want to make he bad guy's job easier, here are some bad habits to keep up.
The College Board is once again redesigning the format and scoring of the SAT college-entrance exam.
A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Search and Rescue Team is searching for a 24-year-old man who went missing on the trails of Towsley Canyon earlier today.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) - In an age when people assume that any bit of information is just a click away, the thought that a jetliner could simply disappear over the ocean for more than two days is staggering. But Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is hardly the first reminder of how big the seas are, and of how agonizing it can be to try to find something lost in them.
A 12-hour "john sting" in Castaic during the weekend netted three men arrested on prostitution-related charges, officials said Monday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles police said Monday they've solved the case of a severed human head and other body parts found two years ago near the Hollywood sign.
"Go Jazz," a dedicated jazz band comprised of Santa Clarita studio musicians, local band directors, and talented individuals, is performing at the West Ranch High School Performing Arts Theater on Friday.
NEW YORK (AP) - HBO says its streaming service is running again, although disappointingly late for many anxious fans of the "True Detective" series.
PATTAYA, Thailand (AP) - Authorities questioned travel agents Monday at a beach resort in Thailand about two men who boarded the vanished Malaysia Airlines plane with stolen passports, part of a growing international investigation into what they were doing on the flight.
A new pastor has been appointed to Our Lady of Perpetual Help church in Newhall, replacing Pastor Richard Martini, who was transferred to Carpinteria in November, a church staffer said.
SACRAMENTO - State Controller John Chiang today released his monthly report covering California's cash balance, receipts and disbursements in February 2014. Revenues for the month totaled $5.6 billion, surpassing estimates in the 2014-15 Governor's Budget by $968.9 million, or 20.9 percent.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) - Rescue helicopters and ships searching for a Malaysia Airlines jet rushed Monday to investigate a yellow object that looked like a life raft. It turned out to be moss-covered trash floating in the ocean, once again dashing hopes after more than two days of fruitless search for the plane that disappeared en route to Beijing with 239 people on board.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Americans are boarding public buses, trains and subways in greater numbers than any time since the suburbs began booming.
OKUMA, Japan (AP) - The radioactive water that has accumulated at Japan's crippled nuclear power plant remains the biggest problem hampering the cleanup process three years after the disaster.