Edden heading to Hawai’i

It has become a trend for College of the Canyons (COC) to send their athletes to four-year universities and Armani Edden is joining that list. The star quarterback will be taking his talents to the University of Hawai’i.

Local student leaders are expanding a successful grocery delivery service

A student-led initiative called Six Feet Supplies is expanding its grocery delivery service into other branches after massive success in the Santa Clarita Valley.

COVID-19 doesn’t stop Disney princess from spreading joy

The coronavirus has put just about the entire world on an indefinite hold and Disneyland and Disney World are just two major theme parks feeling the heat.

What delivery drivers are doing to ensure safety amid increasing online orders

It’s business as usual for delivery driver Caitlin Goben –– aside from her bright blue facemask and the ever-stacking list of customers to service.

COC Theatre department won’t let curtain close on “Pippin”

It may have been easier to cancel the production, but the theatre program at COC is dedicated to giving the students in the cast of Pippin the most they can get out of this less than ideal situation.

SCV restaurant now selling produce and groceries to support the community during pandemic

This is an article about the changes the Old Town Junction is making to support the community with family meals an groceries during the pandemic.

Canyons sending volleyball standout to the University of Colorado Springs

After a stellar season College of the Canyons (COC) volleyball star Grace Furgeson is set to take her talents to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS).

How SCV students are handling prom’s cancellation

Prom is something a girl dreams about the entire time she is…

A labor of love: strangers print, assemble free face masks amid COVID-19 shortages

The Mask Initiative started out in AJ Apone’s garage in Newhall. Now, he has expanded to over 14 3-D printers and was donated a retail space for his project.