Lexus Jazz and Blues Series - The sounds of live jazz and blues bands once again fill Town Center Drive in Valencia during the 10th annual Lexus of Valencia Jazz & Blues Concert Series. This year's series will run through September 5. Hours for the concerts will be 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. and they will take place on Town Center Drive adjacent to the Hyatt Valencia. No pets or outside food or beverages are allowed. Admission is free. The concert line-up includes: July 11 - Gino Matteo, July 18 - Doña Oxford, July 25 - Louie Cruz Beltran, August 1 ...
Hart district officials were caught a bit off guard Wednesday after the state Board of Education voted to adopt Governor Schwarzenegger's proposal requiring all eighth-graders to take Algebra 1.
Local social workers and foster children advocates said Thursday the 1,073 Santa Clarita Valley foster children will suffer from the proposed state budget that would cut an estimated $44 million from services throughout Los Angeles County.
On Wednesday a preliminary hearing setting for accused murderer Michael Dean Stephens was postponed until Aug. 19, more than seven months after Stephens allegedly stabbed and ran over a Canyon Country man.
The Domestic Violence Center of the Santa Clarita Valley has a new executive director and a new vice president for its board of directors.
Here's a roundup of other action at Tuesday's meeting of the Santa Clarita City Council:
Like tributaries of a river, local water agencies are coming together this week to forge a plan for better management of the Santa Clara River and to elicit state grant money to do the job.
A Canyon Springs Elementary School teacher has received a $10,000 grant award and the school has started ordering materials for a greenhouse and solar farm on campus as part of a project the teacher designed called Nature's Energy at Work.
Another day in July in the Santa Clarita Valley means another day we can see the air we breathe.
A Valencia man who was killed Monday after his car crashed into a big-rig near Sunland was identified Tuesday by the county Coroner's Office as Hans Rudolph Beyeler, a local soccer referee and professional engineer.
Robyn Fennessy probably planned on spending some time with her husband and three children in the family pool during the Memorial Day weekend last year.
Santa Clarita City Council members appointed four new members and four incumbents to the city's three commissions and panels Tuesday night.
A child was hospitalized after being hit by a car in Canyon Country Wednesday evening, according to the Sheriff's department.
The amphitheater at College of the Canyons' Canyon Country campus will be named for Carl A. Rasmussen, a longtime community member with a penchant for spouting interesting quotations.
A father and son were recovering Monday after being stabbed outside a bar last weekend, while one suspect was being held in connection with the stabbing, a Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station detective said.
A bill that would require some cities, including Santa Clarita, to change their election systems to ones that are district-based has been introduced in the state Assembly and is scheduled for a committee hearing this week, officials said Monday.
Newly elected Santa Clarita City Councilman Dante Acosta's journey to the Santa Clarita Valley is a familiar one.
Both single-family home and condominium sales increased in the Santa Clarita Valley in March compared to February sales, the Southland Regional Association of Realtors announced Monday.
In an effort to help local business owners see their enterprises thrive and expand, Rick Hernandez, President, Syntesis Global, LLC will deliver the presentation "Growing Your Business in the 21st Century, A New Era" during the spring 2014 College of the Canyons Chancellor's Circle Breakfast Briefing.
Local marathon runner Dennis Lebman never got a chance to celebrate after completing last year's Boston Marathon, so now he's going back to run again in one of the world's most renowned foot race, determined to let terrorists know that he and his fellow runners are unshaken, he said.
"I know at times I alienate people," says City Councilman Frank Ferry. "People aren't neutral about me."
Joining Christians around the world in celebrating the faith's holiest day of observance, about 300 people from across the Santa Clarita Valley took part in an Easter in the Park service and breakfast Sunday morning at Dr. Richard H. Rioux Memorial Park in Stevenson Ranch, hosted by His Way Church.
Emotions appear to be running high over a petition drive aimed at stopping Santa Clarita's plan to install electronic billboards along freeways in the city, resulting in several recent clashes between petition supporters and opponents and the arrest of a woman who was gathering signatures at a local Walmart this past weekend, sheriff's officials confirmed.
Hundreds of attendees watched as Jonathan Moore portrayed Jesus Christ during the Easter Sunrise passion play "A Living Hope" presented at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park in Agua Dulce on Saturday afternoon.
The state Department of Transportation is inviting cities and counties throughout California to submit projects to get people out of their cars and onto their bikes or their own two feet - and Santa Clarita is ready to comply.
Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District officials will tackle the topic of chloride removal from local wastewater Monday night during a meeting at Santa Clarita City Hall.
West Ranch High School senior Steven Clavijo was trying to get some sleep.
Hours of preparation came down to a 90-second mad dash during the annual "Eggstravaganza" Easter egg hunt Saturday at Central Park.
Tori Hughes, 6, left, and her sister Lexy, 9 carry their brother Liam, 4, to line up for a "family photo" in Stevenson Ranch on Friday as they join a group of an estimated 60 of the 120 West Ranch High School babies that have been born to faculty, teachers and administration since the school was started 10 years ago in Stevenson Ranch.