SANTA CLARITA - On the heels of two consecutive years of record low precipitation, early 2014 indicators - among them dwindling snow packs and continuing rainfall shortages - have water officials bracing for a third dry year in California.
Castaic Sports Complex holds line dancing for all ages every Monday and Wednesday throughout the year.
The City of Santa Clarita will construct a new landscaped median on Railroad Avenue between 13th Street and Oak Ridge Drive as part of the Railroad Avenue Beautification Project. Construction will begin in February 2014 and complete in June 2014, with the majority of the roadwork conducted between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
A Red Flag warning remains in effect in the Santa Clarita Valley through 4 p.m. today as Santa Ana winds and low relative humidity combine to create a high fire danger, National Weather Service forecasters say.
A public hearing will be held Tuesday in front of the Santa Clarita Planning Commission to discuss a proposal to construct three new electronic billboards in Santa Clarita in exchange for eliminating more than half of the billboards currently up around the city.
A 19-year-old man stopped for jaywalking who asked the sheriff's deputy for a ride ended up being charged with possessing metal knuckles, according to a sheriff's report filed at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station.
More details have emerged about the vicious attack of a man robbed of his wallet in Newhall the day after Christmas, documents maintained at the local sheriff's station show.
Final crime numbers for 2013 won't be available until later this year, but one Part I crime showed a marked increase in the Santa Clarita Valley in late-year reports: burglaries.
Patrons of a Castaic coffee shop enjoyed a tastier experience Sunday afternoon when West Ranch High School art students unveiled what they've been working on at a show dubbed simply, the 2014 Art Exhibition.
A shed fire in Newhall Saturday night kept firefighters busy for more than three hours, a fire official said.
After more than a decade wrangling with state water regulators and downstream farmers over the levels of chloride in the Santa Clara River, Santa Clarita Valley residents will be footing the bill to inject the salty substance under ground.
A little more than a year ago, property owners in Los Angeles County received mailers that some said were easily confused with junk mail.
Roadblocks, some of them physical, haven't kept Hart district officials from making significant progress on the long-discussed Castaic High School construction project.
A parking lot at College of the Canyons played host to an assorted collection of computers, televisions, vacuum cleaners and even some Christmas lights Saturday as a steady stream of cars rolled by to drop off old electronics for recycling, and raise some money for Hart High School in the process.
It's the end of an era at the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley.
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.