An evening with the stars in the SCV

It may seem like the millions of stars and constellations that light up the night sky are undetectable without the proper equipment, but local astronomy experts say the colorful nebulas and glowing galaxies that span hundreds of miles are detectable with nothing but your eyes and a dark night.

Chyll location in Castaic remains closed

The Chyll Rolled Ice Cream and Boba store in Valencia is open and serving customers, but the Castaic location is closed, according to former employees.

Suicide Prevention Month comes to COC

In honor of Suicide Prevention Month this September, College of the Canyons is hosting a mix of events and trainings in collaboration with community and

Kaiser prepares for flu season

Kaiser Permanente physicians are urging Santa Clarita Valley Kaiser members to get a flu shot Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Santa

SCV Chamber prepares for Cybersecurity Forum

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce announced an upcoming forum aiming to provide businesses with practical information that will help protect a company’s most

Independent contractor bill heads to Newsom

Legislation aimed at determining how businesses determine who’s an employee and who’s an independent contractor is now headed to the desk of Gov. Gavin Newsom,

Car in ditch causes Metrolink delays

Santa Clarita Valley sheriff’s deputies reported Tuesday a vehicle was struck by a Palmdale-bound Metrolink train, prompting delays and an investigation by first responders. “The

COC kicks off International Forum on Youth

Dozens of College of the Canyons students, professors and community members gathered Monday for the college’s inaugural International Forum on Youth, which will consists of

Year-over-year rent growth increases in SCV

Santa Clarita recently ranked as having the 16th-fastest year-over-year rent growth among cities with populations of at least 250,000, according to a recent report by