Thumping rhythms and the echo of Nancy Soukup's voice spill from the community room into the hall of the Castaic Sports Complex.
A proposal for a seven-story hotel in Valencia just a stone's throw from the six-story Hyatt Valencia will be on the agenda for Tuesday night's Santa Clarita Planning Commission.
Plans for an affordable housing development in Canyon Country appear to be on long-term hold, another victim of the mortgage crisis.
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He could hear their popping, crackling and booming all around him.
Bristol Farms and the Bridgeport Marketplace added a new tradition Saturday to Santa Clarita Valley Independence Day celebrations - a new tradition with an old-fashioned twist.
While many Santa Clarita residents were likely still sleeping, a crowd of runners was stretching out and lacing up for Saturday's Independence Day 5K in Newhall.
Seventy-five pounds of pancake batter mix.
About 50 people staged a protest outside Santa Clarita City Hall on Saturday, hoisting signs and calling for change in the direction of the federal government.
"Seeing the flag wave is what it's all about," says sheriff's reserve Deputy Jim Hackett. "It's important to maintain these traditions."
As part of a nationwide summer reading program known as SummerSlam Reading Jam, the Valencia Library will award a poster featuring World Wrestling Entertainment Superstars Rey Mysterio, Evan Bourne, Beth Phoenix and Eve to the first 25 youngsters ages 10 to 18 who check out two books.
The College of the Canyons Foundation received a two-year $50,000 grant from the James Irvine Foundation to support an expansion in multicultural programming and outreach efforts to attract Latinos and Spanish-speaking populations in Santa Clarita by offering relevant, multicultural programming at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center.
While the sluggish economy will force some Southern Californians to celebrate the Fourth of July at home, those who are determined to escape the Santa Clarita Valley got an early start as traffic on Interstate 5 piled up Friday morning.
Their backs against the concrete wall of the mall's highest parking structure, four men sprawled or sat cross-legged on the lot, consulting packets of paper in the still-cool Friday morning air and checking information against a laptop.
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.