The Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra received $1,500 from the office of L.A. County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, which will provide support for the orchestra's instrumentation education program aimed at students eight years and older.
Barnes & Noble will host a book fair this Saturday and Sunday to benefit William S. Hart Museum. Museum volunteers will be on hand with a free bug show from the Natural History Museum's collection. Museum vouchers presented at checkout will provide 20 percent to the museum.
Plum Canyon Elementary School students inspired adults as they participated in the school's annual PTA-sponsored Reflections Gala art festival Monday night.
Standing next to a jukebox in the grand ballroom of the Hyatt Valencia Wednesday, Santa Clarita city leaders presented an audience of 370 with the city's "chart-topping" accomplishments of the year at the annual State of the City Luncheon.
Cleanup at the Whittaker-Bermite site is proceeding as planned, Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar told a luncheon group Wednesday.
Deputies arrested a homeless Newhall man trying to steal two trash bags full of baseball equipment from Hart High School baseball park Tuesday.
Kevin Lamont Thomas, who is accused of performing lewd acts with teenage girls, could be offered a sentencing deal soon, his defense attorney said Wednesday.
B&B Manufacturing and Lycoming Engines unveiled their latest lean manufacturing cell at their Santa Clarita based facility on Tuesday.
Construction crews working near Castaic road and Lake Hughes Road cracked a gas line and more than 100 customers couldn't light their stoves, said a gas company spokersperson.
Terry Vogelsang's family feels trapped inside its home. The family members claim they are under siege by a pack of coyotes that prowl the suburban Valencia neighborhood snacking on small pets. The Vogelsangs lost their dog Max, a Yorkshire Terrier, on Sept. 3. The morning Max was allegedly murdered by the coyote pack began no different than any other day, Vogelsang said. She opened the back door of her home and let Max run out ...
When it comes to doing business, Santa Clarita is apparently the place to be. Limited business taxes and a highly qualified work force helped earn Santa Clarita the "Most Business-Friendly City in Los Angeles County" award in its category at the 13th Annual Eddy Awards, said Jason Crawford, economic development and marketing manager for the city of Santa Clarita. The awards presentation was hosted by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation on Monday. Santa ...
Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital is asking for volunteers willing to donate blood during its Pie for a Pint blood drive from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday. Donors will receive a freshly baked pumpkin pie. The 12-hour blood drive will be held in the Henry Mayo/COC Clinical Education Center on the hospital's campus, 25727 McBean Parkway.
Ever wanted a Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival T-shirt or shot glass even though the event is held in April? Ever wondered how to get those old green street signs that used to hang on Lyons Avenue or Bouquet Canyon Road?
Local students from Placerita Junior High, Castaic Middle School and SCVi Charter School put their technical skills and teamwork abilities to the test at the Sixth annual FIRST Lego League Robotics Competition Friday.
The fish are foul and the mosquitoes are multiplying. Ash from the Sayre Fire choked the county's supply of mosquito-killing fish to death. Los Angeles County officials use the fish to fight the spread of deadly West Nile Virus. The fishes' pond in Sylmar is reduced to a body of water in need of protection from mosquitoes. "Our pond with all the mosquito fish was covered in ash," said Truc Dever, spokeswoman for the Greater ...
Washington, D.C. – Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW), joined with 11 of her Senate colleagues on a letter to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) urging the Commission to take the next steps needed to protect the 31 nuclear reactors in the U.S. that are similarly designed to the ones that melted down in Fukushima, Japan, nearly two years ago. The letter calls for NRC to ...
West Ranch High School Wildcat Band, Orchestra, and Colorguard will host a Goodwill "Stuff the Truck" fundraiser on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The city of Santa Clarita is accepting applications for vendors to participate in the Earth Arbor Day Festival in April.
Winds are expected to ease off in the Santa Clarita Valley today following a day of high winds that caused some damage.
Today in the SCV
A 52-year-old Granada Hills man charged with trying to cash a forged check at a Valencia bank in January is now serving a three-year sentence.
Jumping over fences, Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's deputies chased down and captured a burglary suspect Wednesday in Canyon Country.
The children of a former Valencia High School educator shot and killed in Woodland Hills on Valentine's Day are struggling with "the worst thing" imaginable as they make funeral arrangements for their mother.
It began with the light tapping of a foot against a stage, buttressed by fingers snapping.
A proposed low-income residential development that would house veterans and their families has cleared one hurdle: Members of the Santa Clarita Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve the project.
Former City Manager Ken Pulskamp will take the hot seat this year as the "roastee" for the 15th annual Elks Club roast to benefit the Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers Inc., organizers announced Wednesday.
MISSION HILLS (Feb. 20, 2013) – Providence Holy Cross Medical Center received redesignation today as the Greater San Fernando Valley's only Magnet Hospital, the nation's highest recognition for nursing excellence.
A winter storm brought California much-needed rain and even a rare tornado, but the breadth and severity of snowfall in much of the state caught drivers by surprise and left hundreds stranded on mountain highways.
WASHINGTON- The Department of Defense today officially informed Congress of its intent to impose furloughs on the Department of Defense's entire civilian workforce as it copes with the automatic spending cuts known as "sequestration." The furlough program will go forward if sequestration is not avoided. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-CA), Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee made the following statement on the furloughs: