The Michael Hoefflin Foundation will hold its second annual Walk for Kids with Cancer Saturday, March 24, at College of the Canyons' Cougar Stadium.
A new youth sports team has arrived in the Santa Clarita Valley, and on Monday, SCV residents are invited to register children for the newly formed Santa Clarita Vikings football and cheer teams.
Searching your family tree can offer up some surprising finds, said Kimberly Finley, chairwoman of the annual Santa Clarita Family History and Technology Fair.
ESCAPE Children's Theatre will present an original musical production of "Alice in Wonderland" Feb, 3-5 at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center on the Valencia campus at College of the Canyons.
One could say that Adam Solomon is an overachiever.
Here we are again, meeting with Heather and her parents. Since last time, several developments have taken place that affect Heather's financial aid and quest for "free money" to help her pay for college.
When it comes to medieval history, students at Castaic's Santa Clarita Valley International school aren't just reading about it. They're recreating the era with a modern spin.
Homeless families will get a bit of holiday cheer during the Combat Radio Celebrity Charity breakfast at Valencia's Salt Creek Grille on Saturday, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
In my last meeting with Heather and her parents, we were discussing some of the places where "free money" is available to help pay for her college education. Heather is a hard-working young lady who has earned good grades, desires to play NCAA Division I sports, and has involved herself in school and community activities.
She shoots; she scores. All that's missing is an announcer screaming, "goal," as Natalia Schwan, 12, of Saugus, plays a rousing game of soccer at Buff Buddies, located inside Westfield Valencia Town Center mall.
Divorce. Drug abuse. Bullying. Suicide.
I spend a lot of time talking with the parents of college-bound kids. Next to being accepted at the right school, figuring out how to pay for a higher education usually tops their list of concerns.
The third annual Rescues on the Runway will be held Saturday at the Hyatt Regency Valencia. In addition to the dinner fashion-show fundraiser, the event will feature a holiday boutique, 2-6 p.m.
Hurricane Katrina took more than Lanette Hights' home; it broke up her marriage. Divorced and devastated, Hights moved west with her children Ayah, 10, and Tristan, 4, seeking a new start, often staying with family and friends.
Halloween has always been a favorite of the Landeen brothers.