News

Castaic Council to comment on Tesoro access within Tapia Ranch development

The Castaic Area Town Council is scheduled Wednesday to address presentations from the county and a draft of a letter regarding the Tapia Ranch development project’s emergency access road. Tesoro access road Council President Jessica Chambers said Monday that the council would decide by the end of the meeting the exact wording of a letter […]

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Hart District group looks to reduce suicide

September is Suicide Prevention Month, and mental health officials are hosting multiple events in the coming weeks to educate about the signs and symptoms of suicide, as well as encourage people to reach out to those who might be in need. The feelings of shame and stigma often prevent people from talking openly about suicide, […]

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Elderly man rescued from ravine after three-day ordeal

An elderly man who apparently had fallen into a ravine and remained there for three days was plucked to safety by rescuers Monday evening. The man, described by his rescuers as between 70 and 80 years old, was heard yelling for help from the bottom of a 400-foot ravine off of Little Tujunga Canyon Road, […]

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Saugus candidates set to speak tomorrow

Those who missed last week’s school board forum featuring the seven Saugus Union School District candidates are invited to attend next week’s school board forum that will be hosted by the nonprofit organization CA25 United for Progress from 7-8:30 p.m. Wednesday. After a scheduling conflict forced the group to reschedule the event, a post in […]

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Trial of truck driver accused of manslaughter underway

The jury trial of a truck driver accused of manslaughter in the deaths of two women and four children killed in 2016 got underway Monday. Richard Lopez, 70, of Walnut, faces six misdemeanor counts of vehicular manslaughter and one misdemeanor count of failing to comply with California Highway Patrol rules regarding hours of service for […]

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Sports

TMU Insider: Women’s volleyball on the rise

Maybe the most surprising part of The Master’s University’s sweep of Westmont College on Saturday was the decisiveness with which the Mustangs snapped the Warriors’ 32-match winning streak in conference play. That, or TMU’s total lack of surprise at beating the No. 7-ranked team in NAIA women’s volleyball. “We came out to win,” said sophomore […]

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Prep football notebook: Preleague comes to a close for three Foothill League teams

The new CIF-Southern Section football polls released on Monday reflect a Friday in which four Foothill League teams lost in preleague contests. Saugus closed its non-conference schedule with a loss, its first of the season, falling to Division 2 St. Francis 17-13 on the road. The result knocked the Centurions out of the rankings where […]

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West Ranch teammates share medalist title at Foothill League girls golf meet No. 3

Hours after winning co-medalist in Foothill League girls golf meet No. 3 on Monday at El Cariso Golf Course, West Ranch golf’s Allison Hwang was headed back to the course for a little extra practice. “I’m really happy that I got the title of medalist, but I still feel like I have some shortcomings and […]

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COC football shuts out Santa Barbara Community College in home opener

College of the Canyons took care of business in their home opener on Saturday night, shutting out Santa Barbara Community College 63-0. The Cougars (3-0) started the game with a couple of miscues, including a botched snap on a field goal attempt and a fumble by quarterback Andrew Brito on the second drive of the […]

September 15, 2018 at 11:21 pm
Prep football roundup: Vikings and Wildcats prevail, Cowboys fall short

Valencia 17, Loyola 7 Valencia’s visit to Loyola ended in a 17-7 victory Friday at the Los Angeles school. Vikings quarterback Davis Cop threw two touchdown passes: a 14-yard pass to Cade Erickson in the second quarter and a 5-yard pass to Hunter Koch in the fourth quarter to seal the game. Scoring started in […]

September 14, 2018 at 11:37 pm

Business

Porsche set to arrive at the Valencia Auto Center

With some changes already implemented at the Valencia Auto Center, officials in the industry said more are underway. On Thursday, Dan Sterkel, general manager of Galpin Subaru of Santa Clarita, confirmed rumors of Porsche coming to the Santa Clarita marketplace. When shoppers can plan to make their first visit to the dealership, “is to be […]

September 17, 2018 at 10:09 am
Signal to honor best SCV businesses

The Santa Clarita Valley Business Journal is honoring companies in the community that exemplify the best of SCV business, at the Santa Clarita Valley Top Business Awards.

September 17, 2018 at 9:10 am
Landscape Development Inc. makes new acquisition with Chateau Landscape Inc.

Landscape Development Inc. just became one of the largest maintenance contractors in Southern California.

September 15, 2018 at 11:01 am
Robert Patrick, Terminator 2 actor, becomes co-owner of Santa Clarita Harley-Davidson

Robert Patrick, best known as “Terminator 2” antagonist T-1000, doesn’t just ride motorcycles on movies and television shows, like “Scorpion.” He rides his Harley-Davidson Low Rider S every chance he gets, with a favorite route — down Bouquet Canyon Road. Now with a new job title, besides an actor, Patrick will have a chance to […]

September 15, 2018 at 12:36 am
Lions Club welcomes Castaic, SCV communities for weekend barbecue

The Lions Club brought community members together with its past and present club members Saturday with a barbecue dinner in Castaic.

September 14, 2018 at 4:30 pm