Benz Road winds lazily through one of the many picturesque canyons in the Santa Clarita Valley. The Saugus street is bordered by solidly middle-class homes featuring mature trees that cast shade on green lawns; the smell of wet grass wafts on light breezes.
It was only a trace amount, but the Santa Clarita Valley got its first rain of the season when a weak storm passed through Southern California on Saturday.
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The chances of Canyon High School senior Nate Sparks living are drastically reduced if a bone marrow donor is not found soon.
A good idea became a great community outreach as nearly 200 parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers and administrators attended elementary school with their kids for an evening class on how to comprehend reading.
Another William S. Hart from Santa Clarita could end up famous, but this time for the wrong reasons.
Mayor Pro-Tem Frank Ferry will be sworn in as Santa Clarita's new mayor on Tuesday, and he already has his eye on the troubled economy's impact on Santa Clarita, running efficient City Council meetings and connecting with local youth.
Students are proclaiming their holiday spirit in a series of eight "Come Christmas Sing" concerts at The Master's College.
Spirit Club International will host a cheer competition Sunday at Canyon High School, 9300 Nadal St. in Canyon Country.
City of Santa Clarita Marketing and Economic Development Manager Jason Crawford will speak on the city's participation with film and tourism at the next Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce quarterly membership luncheon, set for 11:45 a.m. Thursday at the Hyatt Valencia.
Metrolink's annual Holiday Toy Express rolled into the Santa Clarita Valley Friday night, presenting a visit from Santa and Company to the delight of local residents who met the train at the Jan Heidt Metrolink station in Newhall.
The Santa Clarita City Council will consider the following items at its meeting Tuesday evening:
For the 19th year, Santa Float of the Castaic Lions Club will be providing an opportunity for children to see and talk to Santa riding atop his sleigh. Starting Sat, Dec. 6 and continuing for 11 nights , Santa will be visiting the neighborhoods of Castaic and Val Verde.
A high-wind advisory remains in effect until 3 p.m. today, according to the National Weather Service.
The city of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation opens its Literacy & Arts Festival with three Christmas activities beginning Friday.
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:
Parents, prospective students and interested community members are invited to attend one of two open house events at Emblem Academy tonight.
Officials from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station, city of Santa Clarita and Hart High School will partner to stage the latest "Every 15 Minutes" event Thursday.
Officers from the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control will be in Acton today checking to ensure animals are up to date on their rabies vaccinations and that residents are complying with state licensing requirements.
A Southern California artist is hoping his latest exhibit of kinetic art will move enthusiasts at the College of the Canyons Art Gallery.
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