Santa Clarita Valley International School has a new home for the 2009-10 school year. It found that home at the Hasley Crossroads Center in Valencia, the school's founder said Thursday.
Santa Clarita Valley law enforcement officers ran to raise money on Wednesday.
Parties on both side of a dispute over whether a high school is appropriate for the Sterling-Gateway industrial property near Valencia Commerce Center continue to debate the effectiveness of a covenant that appears to preclude the construction of a high school on the property.
Wednesday may have dawned to rain and "June gloom," but by sundown the clouds parted and under a rich, blue sky more than 600 Saugus High School seniors became graduates on the football field at College of the Canyons.
The County moved one step closer to placing a ban on smoking in Los Angeles County parks.
In spite of an uptick in robberies, Santa Clarita has seen fewer crimes overall compared to most similarly sized Southern California cities, according to FBI crime statistics released this week.
The swimming pool of Dennis Ferrigno, of Newhall, proved an enticing but dangerous lure Wednesday when a mother duck and her ducklings decided to take a dip there. After leading her babies into the water, the mother discovered they couldn't get out of the pool.
Carrie Rogers, vice president of business assistance and development with the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation, will be the speaker at the Valley Industrial Association monthly luncheon at 11:45 a.m. at the VIA Business-to-Business trade show.
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Phil Rawlins once said, "When a person dies, his money stays here, but his integrity goes to the grave." According to friends of Rawlins, who died Thursday, he was a real cowboy who truly walked his talk.
A 60-year-old woman hanged herself in a holding cell in the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station over the weekend, Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said.
The AARP Driver Safety Program has set its teaching schedule at the SCV Senior Center for the second half of 2009.
Los Angeles County has contributed $1 million from a trust fund toward the purchase of an additional 800 acres of land in Elsmere Canyon.
Health-care officials are split over the Community Choice Act, a federal bill designed to open up more long-term health-care options for the elderly and disabled. The bill is currently before two separate congressional committees.
A high school being planned for construction near the Valencia Commerce Center has hit some unexpected bumps. One of them is a covenant saying a school cannot be built on the property where the school was expected to be sited.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department and the city of Santa Clarita will host the fourth annual Water Safety Expo this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Valencia Fire Station 126.
Local sheriff's detectives are investigating reports of a possible child predator cruising the Santa Clarita Valley in a black BMW, a Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station spokesman said Thursday.
Wearing a suit complete with coattails and a cummerbund, eighth-grader Robby Good took a breath before he lowered his baton, sweeping two hands through the quiet auditorium at the Placerita Junior High Spring Concert. The soft, curious tones of flutes and strings flitted across the orchestra - 65 young musicians uniformed in black formal wear.