Two Hart district teachers have been promoted to assistant principal and will take on their new duties July 1.
Imagine hundreds of moms and dads strolling the halls of Valencia Valley Elementary School, casually looking at yards and yards of blank walls.
Local water officials would consider buying Valencia Water Co. should the water retailer be put up for sale, according to Dan Masnada, general manager of the Castaic Lake Water Agency.
Architects could start sketching plans for the Newhall Library as soon as this summer if the City Council gives staff the green light to pay about $300,000 to a design firm.
Santa Clarita didn't hit the National Weather Service's forecast high of 109 Friday - their official recorded high was only 105 - but summer made a bold entrance nonetheless.
Peddling and soliciting could get a little bit tougher in Santa Clarita if the City Council passes a proposed ordinance Tuesday that would set a stricter rules within the city.
The public is invited to attend a fun and unique gallery reception for the "Hot Rods: Cars & Art" exhibit opening Saturday at the College of the Canyons art gallery.
William S. Hart Union High School District Governing Board President Gloria Mercado-Fortine wants the district to take a look at its policy toward campus volunteers.
Despite a near-record number of foreclosures in Santa Clarita Valley, residents of Canyon Country are now bracing themselves for more than 2,420 new homes expected to arrive with a handful of newly-approved housing developments.
And, if you count the developments that are pending - and many Canyon Country residents are - the population of Canyon Country will mushroom to include more than 3,800 new residents in the next few years.
When he said the Santa Clarita high Thursday was 108 degrees, Stuart Seto with the National Weather Service was quick to point out that temperatures are recorded in the shade.
Something will be missing from the Hart High School campus this fall.
Three men were arrested in Valencia late Wednesday evening when deputies found two pounds of methamphetamine - roughly $20,000 worth - in their vehicle, sheriff's Sgt. Phil Morris said.
If county District Attorney Steve Cooley continues to succeed in criminal trials, he may soon be out of a job. That may not be such a bad problem to have for the county's top attorney, whose responsibility is to represent the interests of the public in proving that alleged criminals actually committed the crimes they were charged with.
It started with sports massages, investigators say.
Crime in Santa Clarita Valley was down overall last year, but a peek into the details reveals an increase in several categories.
A 57-year-old Acton man was sentenced Friday to 40 years to life in prison for shooting the owner of a water company to death during a dispute involving a water truck blocking a street.
Firefighters quickly knocked down a Bouquet Canyon fire that charred five acres Friday near homes in that area of Saugus, a fire official said.
Two people were transported to the hospital Friday following a crash involving a big rig on Interstate 5 near Quail Lake Road.
From multimillion dollar construction projects to adding a room on a single-family home, submitting building plans to LA County Public Works is now just a click away.
A proposed expansion for the landfill that handles the bulk of the Santa Clarita Valley's garbage failed the pass the smell test with most speakers during a public hearing Thursday night.
A Valencia registered sex offender, accused of annoying a young girl at a Santa Clarita Valley department store, has accepted a deal offered by prosecutors calling for a 12-year prison term, court officials said Thursday.
It's official: The dog days of summer are here.
The Jewish congregations of the Santa Clarita Valley are inviting all local residents to join them Sunday for an informational meeting on Israel and the situation in Gaza.
While changes to its board elections are on the horizon, the Hart district's superintendent said Thursday that community members do not need to worry about the direction of the district as a whole.
With restricted watering schedules for Santa Clarita Valley's lawns and gardens looking likely, local water officials and garden experts have some recommendations for homeowners in need of a lawn survival guide.
The City of Santa Clarita will host the Pills Kill: Prescription to Addiction Symposium on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Santa Clarita Activities Center located at 20880 Centre Pointe Parkway.
Officers from the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control will conduct enforcement efforts in unincorporated areas of Canyon Country, Saugus and Valencia in August.
#SCV Sheriff's "National Night Out" Against Crime 2014. COME JOIN US.
A public hearing is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday night at the Castaic Sports Complex to discuss the Chiquita Canyon Landfill expansion that would double the daily disposal tonnage at the site from 6,000 to 12,000 tons and expand the landfill itself by some 143 acres.
Under a plan proposed to meet state water-use demands, Santa Clarita Valley lawns could soon be watered only every other day - and never on Saturday.