Residents from two counties are battling over salt levels in the Santa Clara River.
Academy of the Canyons' graduation ceremony Friday was, fittingly, different than those of the Santa Clarita Valley's other schools.
The Placerita Canyon Natural Center will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 20 at the Nature Center, 19152 W. Placerita Canyon Road, Newhall.
Two teenagers were arrested Thursday morning near a Saugus home they had burglarized, sheriff's deputies said.
The Santa Clarita Valley School Food Services Agency invites children between the ages of 1 and 18 years old to participate in a free summer meal program.
While Santa Clarita Valley business leaders are in Washington, D.C. making their case against the Employee Free Choice Act, one local Democrat is voicing her support for the legislation.
Santa Clarita Valley Search and Rescue volunteers took more than 100 local residents through the valley's winding and scenic hiking trails in recent weeks, teaching safety and raising cash.
As the final tweaks are put on Santa Clarita's budget for the next year, cuts in the area of parks are less about reductions of service than they are about withholding certain new features, according to the city's financial guru.
As College of the Canyons graduate Cameron Shaaban approaches proud family members with diploma in hand today, he'll have to share his photo-op spotlight with an unlikely graduating classmate - his dad.
Saugus Union School District board members issued layoff notices to 19 classified employees this week, Superintendent Judy Fish said.
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In a Thursday night graduation ceremony punctuated by the occasional beach ball and wave, Hart High School's seniors told the world to be ready for them.
Los Angeles County would rather the federal government treat it like a separate state than risk losing $160 million in federal stimulus money, according to a county official.
Bowman High School celebrated the achievements of its 237 graduates Thursday, acknowledging the obstacles that faced the students as they earned their high school diplomas.
A man was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Valencia for allegedly throwing a metal bolt at disabled children during the Law Enforcement Torch Run, a sheriff's official said.
Carpenter Diego Bonilla installs protective plastic covering on the roof of a new Audi dealership on Thursday.
At 9:10 a.m. Friday, Jeff and David met at the Walmart on Newhall Ranch Road for the first time.
One of Santa Clarita Valley's four water retailers is suing the agency from which it buys a portion of its water, claiming the Castaic Lake Water Agency illegally purchased the Valencia Water Company, another water retailer.
Looking for a public place to watch the Santa Clarita Valley Dodgers Day game tomorrow night? Don't expect to find the Boys in Blue on the TV at your favorite local watering hole.
Richie's Fight for Life Foundation's Fun Run is about a search for the reason a seven-year old boy is dying.
The ongoing Santa Clarita Valley dispute over electronic billboards between those petitioning against them and the "petition blockers" rallying in their support has netted three arrests and spurred several confrontations at local stores, a sheriff's official confirmed Friday.
Chiquita Canyon, an innovative local business that is also home to a 9.2 megawatt clean energy facility, and the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) celebrated their third annual Found Art Scholarship Program and announced the recipients of more than $8,000 in scholarship monies. The announcement – which was made at a gallery reception featuring more than a dozen artwork submissions – marks the third year of the highly successful art recognition program, which honors local art students.
Western wear took center stage during the Cowboy Couture Fashion Show held at The REP in Old Town Newhall Thursday night.
After six months of crunching numbers, writing grant proposals and negotiating with state agencies, Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District officials have released a proposed rate increase for local residents to foot the bill for removing salt from wastewater dumped into the Santa Clara River.