Hart district officials hope a $177,835 grant from the federal government will give its career-technical education program for students a boost for the 2009-10 school year.
The fleet size remains the same, but Santa Clarita Transit has beefed up its online presence.
The city's transit division launched a new Web site on June 1, after spending about a year to develop the new site, administrative analyst Brendie Bandara said.
About 300 students have signed up for the Hart district's voluntary random drug testing program since it was started three months ago. The district plans to expand the program for the 2009-10 school year.
A project to upgrade local power lines will have minimal impact on Santa Clarita Valley residents, officials from the Department of Water and Power promise.
Six Flags is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as the New York-based amusement park company looks to reorganize and shed $1.8 billion of its $2.4 billion debt.
Rio Norte Junior High School student Paige Vasseur, 13, knew the National Spelling Bee was about more than just a race for a place - she managed to balance having fun with a bit of success.
Two Santa Clarita Valley men share a name, but not much else.
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Two community meetings have been organized for neighborhoods affected by the William S. Hart Union High School District's proposed school boundary changes.
Vegans, vegetarians, environmentalists and interested community members are invited to College of the Canyons' first Vegan Earth Day event.
Illegal dumping and museum oversight are some of the issues that will be raised at Tuesday's meeting of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
The Jeff Jensen Band headlined the first day of the Lexus of Valencia Jazz and Blues Concert Series on Friday evening. The band kicked off the 11th year of the concert series at the Valencia Town Center.
Thousands of police officers and firefighters from 14 western states will converge in the Santa Clarita this week to test their might, skill and mettle against their colleagues.
The prime suspect in the near-fatal stabbing of a local man 16 years ago has been added to the FBI's fugitive profile website, a spokeswoman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Monday.
The Music Makers PTA will present a check for $35,500 to the Newhall School District school board Tuesday night to support the district's music program.
Investigators with the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office have identified the Sun Valley man killed last week after his big rig jack-knifed on Interstate 5 near Pyramid Lake.
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With school out and outdoor activities beckoning, Santa Clarita Valley residents may find unwelcome guests at their backyard barbecues or birthday parties in the park: rattlesnakes.
Detectives are investigating two recent reports of identity theft whereby thieves used personal information stolen from Santa Claria Valley residents to buy unapproved items, according to incidents reported by deputies at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station.
After emerging from a three-month coma in the fall of 1986, doctors told motorcycle crash victim Tony Martinez he would never have kids and never walk again.
Hart district officials have pushed back the projected opening date for long-awaited Castaic High School another year as they work to get necessary permits.
Regional queens and princesses were crowned Saturday as the second night of the 35th annual Miss Santa Clarita Valley Scholarship Pageant, "The Magic of the Crown," came to a close.
Tyler Hawkins, a 25-year-old graduate of Canyon High School who was a standout linebacker on Harry Welch's 2005 championship team and won an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy, comes home on leave this week, and his parents want to throw him a surprise party.
Newhall County Water District officials have pulled the plug on a tiered water rate structure initially designed to encourage ratepayers to conserve water.
Law-enforcement officials say they've detected a new wrinkle in the cross-border trafficking of methamphetamine: drug makers are creating a liquid form of meth to more easily smuggle it into the United States from Mexico.
Touch-A-Truck, a family friendly outdoor event that provides attendees with an up-close look at a variety of different vehicles, was held Saturday at Central Park in Saugus. Funds raised from the event went to benefit the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center.
Dozens of vehicles went on display Saturday for an event meant to thrill gearheads and support The Gentle Barn.
Santa Clarita - The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) plans to implement the closures listed below during the week of June 15-21, 2014, as part of a project that is constructing truck lanes on I-5 between Pico Canyon Road/Lyons Avenue and the Antelope Valley Freeway (SR-14). More information about the project is here.