COC men’s basketball coach and SCV resident speak out on ways to stay in shape
Before the pandemic, businesses were able to sustain themselves with dine-in meals. In Santa Clarita, residents rely on restaurant outings to celebrate their events with family and loved ones. Without dine-in accommodations available, residents have found a new way to celebrate, relax, and share a
What started out as a good gesture for a local fundraiser has now turned into a popular business for one Santa Clarita resident. Angela Schenone, who worked as a real estate agent for the last eight-teen years, recalls her story of starting the company, House
Fighting fire, Santa Clarita style –
Veterans elsewhere, but new in the SCV, rookie firefighters call their new assignment ‘Dynamic’
For College of the Canyons alumni Arielle Kilker, there is nothing more rewarding than giving a voice to those who might be overlooked. Working on Netflix’s docuseries “Cheer” gave her and her husband Dave Nordstrom the chance to do just that.
The city of Santa Clarita held a celebratory car parade at the Valencia Ice Station on Saturday to thank the City Council for saving the rink.
While COVID-19 remains a momentous issue in Southern California, swimming pools in Los Angeles County are starting to reopen. New protocols are being put in place to ensure the safety of those looking to beat the heat during the last weeks of summer. Last Friday,
The new Laemmle theater location in Newhall continues to be under construction and plans to open its doors by following proper CDC guidelines once the location is approved to open.