The station with a history train load.

The Saugus train station in the Heritage Junction (Kyle Kawamoto / Canyons…

Black mothers of SCV come together in a show of womanhood

With birds chirping and a light spring breeze blowing through the morning…

Rooster’s Relics a hidden gem in Santa Clarita

Rita Hood started Rooster’s Relics as a small booth in Littlerock, California with the dream of opening her own antique shop. A short time later, it became three booths and, eventually, she expanded her store to the Santa Clarita community. 

Former COC professor and COC alumna win Emmy for “Cheer”

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.

New realities hit engaged couples amid COVID-19 pandemic

Bridesmaids and groomsmen are in unforeseen dilemmas. They can no longer hear wedding bells in the near future and are looking for new and fast alternative ways to tie the knot.

A simple Facebook message has united a group of Santa Clarita residents with kindness sewn into their hearts

While the global pandemic is keeping friends and family apart in distance, a simple Facebook message has created an everlasting bond between two strangers. They have masked out the negativity by sharing their passion and spreading kindness across the nation.

10,000 lives saved: a local respiratory therapist makes 10,000 masks for local healthcare professionals

A simple cough – that’s all it takes for the COVID-19 to spread. The coronavirus’ high rate of transmission heightens the risk for nurses, doctors and other medical staff to contract the respiratory illness. For medical staff, personal protective equipment, or PPE, is their main defense against the virus.