As Santa Clarita's unemployment rate edges past 5 percent, officials at two local employment centers are registering more job seekers looking for permanent work in a tightening economy.
Becky and Matt Christensen walked into Sports Chalet in Stevenson Ranch on Friday with a return; unexpectedly, they walked out with more than $300 worth of ski wear.
The cold front that stole like a Grinch into the Santa Clarita Valley behind Christmas rains will linger until Sunday, delivering a two-punch combination of chilly days and freezing nights, a National Weather Service meteorologist said Friday.
Kristina Micunekova figured a student exchange program would improve her English. But the 16-year-old Slovakian didn't choose England as her exchange country. She came to California.
Christmas presents under the tree were quickly forgotten when soon-to-be-mom Arrika Hyman announced, "It's time!"
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Ashton Stoermer of Canyon Country was one among a few workers serving breakfast to a continuous crowd of hungry customers at the Valencia Boulevard Western Bagel shop on Thursday morning. He didn't mind working the 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. shift because his family celebrated Christmas the evening before.
It is all that remains of the 1908 Saugus schoolhouse, and the Saugus Union School District was hoping to have the old schoolhouse bell for its centennial celebration Sunday.
A shocking suicide might have divided a quiet, rural town. The two sides squared off at the Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District board meeting Thursday night. One looked for answers in the suicide of Jeremiah Lasater, a 14-year-old Vasquez High School special education student who shot and killed himself in a school bathroom Monday. The other asked the community to move past the finger-pointing. "What if he came to school with a different mind set?" ...
CHATSWORTH - Family members, friends and teammates consoled each other with hugs at Friday's memorial service for Jeremiah Lasater at Crawford Mortuary.
A California Highway Patrol officer caught three men hunting a deer alongside Highway 14 near Golden Valley Road in Canyon Country on Friday morning.
The Saugus Union School District started out with one wooden schoolhouse in 1908 and over the past century has grown to 15 schools spread out across Saugus, Canyon Country and Valencia.
A trade group is challenging Measure S on November's ballot, saying water softener manufacturers are made a scapegoat for other agencies that dump salt into the Santa Clara River.
City increases street sweeping frequency The city of Santa Clarita is street sweeping on a weekly basis, up from every other week. This will continue until Jan. 2009. Residents are asked to remove vehicles form the street and to keep the streets clear of garden trimmings, trash, debris, and portable basketball courts. Call (661) 286-4098. Filipino-American Association anniversary The Filipino-American Association of Santa Clarita Valley will celebrate its Silver Anniversary at the Valencia Hyatt at ...
Santa Clarita Valley Republicans will come together this weekend for a rally from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Newhall Park, 24933 Newhall Avenue.
The Ever-Changing Wall, a giant photographic mural conceived by the local ARTree Community Arts Center, has returned to Newhall.
Residents of the Santa Clarita Valley have several options Wednesday to mark the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Of eight homeless service zones in Los Angeles County, the one that encompasses the Santa Clarita Valley has the second-highest growth in those who have no place to live, according to numbers recently released by county officials.
Three decades after the Canyon Cowboys won the school's first CIF title, former head coach Harry Welch and members of the 1983 CIF Northwestern Conference championship team reunited on the Cowboys' field Saturday at Canyon High School.
With the status of its permanent new home still uncertain, the long-awaited elementary school for the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences will use temporary facilities in Acton and Agua Dulce on its first day of classes Monday.