Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich is worried that accepting federal stimulus funding could ultimately leave costs for program mandates in the hands of Los Angeles County taxpayers.
The U.S. Attorney's Office charged a Princess Cruises crew member with aggravated sexual abuse Tuesday. If convicted, the charge could carry a life sentence.
Pink-clad teachers will pack intersections throughout the Santa Clarita Valley on Friday, part of a statewide protest against layoff notices being sent to instructors because of state budget cuts.
As the face of downtown Newhall changes, so too may that of its advisory committee. Twelve people are vying for seven open positions on the 13-seat Newhall Redevelopment Committee, Santa Clarita City Clerk Sharon Dawson said Tuesday. Of those, five people are seeking to retain their seats. Up for consideration are Larry Bird of Newhall; Anthony Campbell of Saugus; Phil Ellis of Valencia; Leslie Frazier of Valencia; Diane Goddard of Valencia; John Grannis of Saugus; ...
Watch your step. The City Council on Tuesday approved a revised municipal code allowing bicycles to be ridden on Santa Clarita sidewalks.
People are calling it a miracle. A Disney movie. Rich Contreras is living it. The 53-year-old Sylmar resident will tee off Friday morning at the 2009 AT&T Champions Classic at Valencia Country Club. The miracle was Contreras getting into the tournament. "It's a one-in-a-million opportunity," Contreras says. People like him don't get the opportunity to play in professional golf tournaments. They have to watch from beyond the ropes that cordon off the fairways and greens ...
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Chabad of the Santa Clarita Valley hosts a community-wide Purim bash at The Plaza Banquet Facility in Newhall tonight from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Graduating seniors who have attended local schools for at least seven years have a chance at winning scholarship funds for college.
Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's deputies are looking for the suspect who stole components to a credit card reader at the Shell gas station in Stevenson Ranch.
Sheriff's deputies arrested a 22-year-old Newhall man for investigation of domestic violence and attempted kidnapping following an apparent fight with his girlfriend, sheriff's Sgt. Michael Wright said Monday.
College of the Canyons trustees Wednesday will consider transferring $18.1 million from Measure M funds to continue construction projects on the Valencia and Canyon Country campuses until state funding arrives.
SCV Off the Grid hosts its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. tonight in the upstairs meeting room of Saturn of Santa Clarita, 23645 Creekside Rd. Discussion will promote solar, wind and watershed technologies in the SCV. Info: www.SCVOfftheGrid.com. RSVP to Steve Kassel, (661) 259-3704.
Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley will present its first awards luncheon 11:30 a.m. today at TPC Valencia Oak Grille at the Tournament Players Club. Awards to be presented include the Violet Richardson Award, Women's Opportunity Award and Making a Difference Award. RSVP to Rose Chegwin at (661) 803-9202.
Local Boys and Girls Club members got a chance to watch and learn tricks from professional golfer Phil "Big" Blackmar during a golf clinic offered to them at the Valencia Country Club driving range Monday afternoon.
Residents of the Santa Clarita Valley have several options Wednesday to mark the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Of eight homeless service zones in Los Angeles County, the one that encompasses the Santa Clarita Valley has the second-highest growth in those who have no place to live, according to numbers recently released by county officials.
Three decades after the Canyon Cowboys won the school's first CIF title, former head coach Harry Welch and members of the 1983 CIF Northwestern Conference championship team reunited on the Cowboys' field Saturday at Canyon High School.
With the status of its permanent new home still uncertain, the long-awaited elementary school for the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences will use temporary facilities in Acton and Agua Dulce on its first day of classes Monday.