While its parent company deals with bankruptcy proceedings, Newhall Land and Farming Co. is moving ahead with its Valencia-sized development west of Santa Clarita.
Authorities are calling the tainted bottles of water that sickened 12 students at La Mesa Junior High School Thursday an isolated incident following preliminary test results Friday.
"Think Santa Clarita," or "Think Santa Clarita Valley?"
The Yes I Can students of the William S. Hart Union High School District throw a fundraiser at Mountasia Family Fun Center from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. today.
Suddenly, it's cool.
As Castaic drivers adjust to the new traffic circle in their community along The Old Road at the Hasley Canyon Road overpass, one road warrior worries bicyclists might have a tough time.
Vasquez High School became the scene of a realistic demonstration Thursday when the school hosted its "Every 15 Minutes" program to show students the consequences of drinking and driving.
The Hart School District, SCV School and Business Alliance, and College of the Canyons are among the sponsors of SCV's second Annual Discovering Careers program.
Celebrate the Week of the Young Child 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at the Valencia campus of College of the Canyons, which will be free and feature age-appropriate activities. Free. Info: Wendy Ruiz (661) 362-3510 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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An ambitious 21-point economic development plan drawn up as a response to the faltering national economy and decreased local sales tax revenue will be presented to the city council Tuesday.
Local sanitation department officials have been told by the state that they must clean up a mess the state helped create, a Sanitation Districts official said.
Concerns over possible tainted bottles of water sent La Mesa Junior High School students to the hospital Thursday.
Mongols and Vagos.
City Manager Ken Pulskamp is hoping the City Council signs off Tuesday on a sweeping 21-point economic development plan drawn up as a response to the faltering national economy and lower local sales-tax revenue.
The first gubernatorial primary under California's new top-two system has evolved into a typical campaign between Republicans hoping to come in second, pitting a state lawmaker who is a tea party favorite against a socially moderate investment banker making his first run for public office.