The terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, made an indelible mark in American history. Santa Clarita Valley residents haven't let time fade their memories of that day and what it means to them.
The following events will be held today in memory of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks:
Students from Sequoia Charter School donned burgundy aprons Wednesday before perusing a list of potential entrees and selecting the meals they would like to prepare and take home to their families.
Mental health services for Santa Clarita Valley kids, health screening for local school children and dental hygiene for pre-school students.
The bricks that hold up the Canyon Theatre Guild, Newhall Ice, the old jailhouse and other local historic buildings will go untouched unless the city says otherwise.
North of Paradise Leather, Johnny Strat and Aaron Wong are the three finalists who received the most online votes in the Amateur category of The-Signal.com's SCV Rock Star contest.
Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar will hold a series of town hall meetings in each of the city's four communities this fall.
Cobblestone Cottage hosts a food drive from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday to benefit the nonprofit organization Hunger Defense Fund.
Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital hosts a "Healthy Homecoming" from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday in the hospital's Pavilion Parking Lot.
Hundreds of people stood silently as the sound of traffic on Newhall Avenue surrounded them. Many bowed their heads. Some watched the flags waving above them. Others looked around. The group of families, veterans and supporters gathered Tuesday at Veterans Historical Plaza in Newhall to share two minutes of silence, part of Santa Clarita's Veterans Day ceremony. The silence continued with a changing-of-the-flags ceremony led by the Santa Clarita Valley Young Marines and Knights of ...
What the United States Marine Corps lacks in numbers it makes up for in pride, said former Marine Joe Furlong.
Close votes tallies have kept dueling campaigns paying attention to the results in two local races.
A jury acquitted Paul Phillip Wolpa of assault with a deadly weapon charges Oct. 6 in San Fernando Superior Court, a district's attorney official said.
An anti-trust investigation into Cemex SAB and a handful of other cement companies in Europe does not affect U.S. operations including a federal bill that would prevent a mine operation in Soledad Canyon, a company spokeswoman said.
New Life Assembly of God presents the musical drama "When It's Gone" at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Officials from the California Highway Patrol shut down one lane of traffic on northbound Interstate 5 Saturday to retrieve a vehicle that went off the freeway Friday night, an officer said.
Valentine's heart-y walk
Dozens of eager fans of St. Clare's Catholic Church annual Lenten Fish Fry lined up well before the doors of the parish hall opened at 4:30 p.m. Friday.