When Councilman Bob Kellar's proposal to place "In God We Trust" on the city logo made it onto the City Council's agenda, I confess I was ambivalent.
It's a sobering fact. Santa Clarita has seen a 39 percent increase in motorcycle-related accidents since 2007, with five incidents resulting in fatalities. Motorcyclists are 26 times more likely to die in a traffic collision than someone riding in a passenger car.
It seems lately that our state and national courses are terribly out of whack. We had the tax-and-spend corrupt politicos in Sacramento try to slip Propositions 1A etc. by us for the biggest tax increase in the history of the United States and a so-called Republican governor who has squandered his reputation in collusion with these same scoundrels. California should lead the nation in all aspects of business, trade and education. Instead, we have the ...
The California real estate assessment valuation-benchmark created by Proposition 13 is now almost 35 years old, which is really too long for a California parcel to escape an actual taxable-assessment.
College of the Canyons recognized its employees during an awards ceremony Thursday. The event featured a luncheon during which board members, administrators and managers served classified employees a catered meal with an American Idol theme.
It really was Saturday Night Fever all over again when about 75 students, decked out in their best 1970s styles, hit the gym floor at the third annual Special Needs Prom held at Valencia High School.
The SCV Senior Center hosts their inaugural "Summer Showdown" golf tournament fundraiser July 13 at the Tournament Players Club of Valencia, 26550 Heritage View Ln., Valencia 91381.
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Another tremor rocked Southern California last Saturday. Centered deep inside Golden Valley High School in the Santa Clarita Valley, this tremor was not caused by traditional seismic mishaps, but by the loud, high-energy rock and hip-hop music of 13 bands and their hundreds of screaming fans at the 2009 Summer Meltdown festival. Unlike the '94 quake, this was one I was glad to experience. Covering the sixth annual "Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness and Social Inclusion ...
A crowd of screaming girls with outstretched hands grabbed at Shwayze's and his partner Cisco Adler's shirts as the rap-rockers leaned over the barrier in front of the stage into the audience of about 1,000 near the climax of the 6th annual Summer Meltdown concert Saturday night. A dozen bands rocked Golden Valley High School's outdoor amphitheater before Shwayze and Adler, but it was obvious the fun-loving pair were the real stars of the 10-hour ...
A single case of swine flu reported at a local school appears not to have spread, district officials said Wednesday.
John Muir once said, "When one tugs at a single thing in nature he finds it attached to the rest of the world."
On May 12, the Santa Clarita City Council acted without public notification to add the words "In God We Trust" to city buildings.
I think Mayor Ferry may have misspoken during the City Council deliberation regarding the "In God We Trust" campaign.
Santa Clarita Valley home-sales activity experienced another boost in April as home buyers pushed inventory numbers down. The 214 single-family homes sold in April marked the 13th consecutive month of sale increases, taking the rate to a 20-percent jump compared to April 2008, according to the Southland Regional Association of Realtors' latest numbers. Realtors sold 38 more homes in April compared to March.
The Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival is holding auditions for their summer production of Shakespeare's Henry IV part 1, directed by Stephen Whelan.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States is flying nuclear-capable B-52 bombers on training missions over South Korea to highlight Washington's commitment to defend an ally amid rising tensions with North Korea, Pentagon officials said Monday.
NEW YORK (AP) - The Tony Awards are going back to the place where the Rockettes high-kick it.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - A former University of Oklahoma starting quarterback was one of two people killed when a small aircraft smashed into a house in northern Indiana, officials said Monday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Japanese architect Toyo Ito, whose buildings have been praised for their fluid beauty and balance between the physical and virtual world, has won the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize, the prize's jury announced Sunday.
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - Australia plans to restore limited military cooperation with Myanmar and increase business ties with the Southeast Asian nation.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Authorities investigating the apparent suicide of a college student discovered weapons and explosive devices in a dorm on the University of Central Florida campus in Orlando early Monday, and hundreds of students were evacuated, though the school said there was no immediate threat.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - After 27 years, the murder trial of a man who posed as a member of the fabled Rockefeller family is getting under way with opening statements to the jury.
The Pac-12 Conference has fined Arizona coach Sean Miller $25,000 for his actions following the 18th-ranked Wildcats' loss to UCLA in the semifinals of the conference tournament.
Rome - "May God forgive you." That's Cardinal Timothy Dolan's translation of a joke that Pope Francis told the College of Cardinals a day after being elected the 267th pontiff.
I've never liked cats. I find them to be obnoxious, arrogant, and down-right evil. If you've had a bad day at work, a cat's first response is "good, you are here. Feed me. Now."
When Dolley Payne Madison became first lady in 1809, she instituted Wednesday evening gatherings at the White House where political rivals could meet and talk.