Local residents interested in running for a school board seat in the November election are invited to a meeting Monday night where they can learn the ropes.
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The Sierra Vista Boys & Girls Club in Canyon Country was packed with more than 100 people Saturday as friends and family paid tribute to Sheldon Allen, longtime supporter of the club and other local help organizations.
Local educator Linda Valdes said Friday she intends to bring her experience as a teacher to the William S. Hart Union High School District if elected to the district's board Nov. 3.
Newhall School District board member Bob Jensen said Friday he hopes to bring his financial background to the William S. Hart Union High School District board.
Ron Ippolito, of Canyon Country, still remembers where he was the day men first landed on the moon.
A single-engine airplane crashed in Sand Canyon just after noon on Saturday, killing its two occupants on impact.
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Saugus Union School District incumbents Doug Bryce, Paul De La Cerda and Judy Egan Umeck announced their campaigns for re-election Friday.
A much-delayed report commissioned by the city of Santa Clarita to help westside unincorporated communities decide their future form of government has been released in draft form to a select group of Santa Clarita Valley residents, but it's only half completed.
Congress took two steps toward health care reform Friday as two House committees passed the Affordable Health Choices Act.
An Agua Dulce motorist who allegedly slammed into a local bicyclist - leaving the biker paralyzed from the waist down - has been booked on a felony hit-and-run charge and released on bail.
A pair of brush fires sparked by burning vehicles charred more than 65 acres in and around Castaic on Friday afternoon, prompting firefighters to shut down two lanes on Interstate 5 and issue voluntary evacuations for residents of the canyon neighborhoods threatened by the flames.
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.