COC opens new Don Takeda science center

College of the Canyons held its ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday for the new Takeda science building at the Canyon Country campus, named after former biology professor Don Takeda.  The event was attended by Chancellor Dianne

SCE transitions residential customers to new rate plans

Southern California Edison will transition 2.3 million residential customers from tiered rates to time-of-use plans, with transitions starting in November and continuing until April.  According to an Edison notification

SCV bands march to championship tournament

The 2021 high school marching band competition season featured many highlights for the Santa Clarita Valley’s high schools, including a Division 4A championship for West Ranch High School in the

Father, son bond over photography awards

The Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Ken Lubas has taken photos of some of the most prolific and defining moments in Los Angeles during the 1990s. This passion

Valencia pianist wins prestigious Debussy award

Celine Chen, a 17-year-old student from Valencia, won the Debussy award at the annual Claudette Sorel Piano Competition, with 72 pianists – including international participants

Assistance League hosts Day of Art

The Assistance League of Santa Clarita held its annual A Day of Art event at the organization’s resale store, transforming the space into an art