The Hart Regiment is hosting the first Fiesta Fundraiser to raise funds for the Hart Regiment Band and Colorguard on Friday, May 5, 2017.
For $20 a ticket, attendees receive dinner featuring spicy Mexican food, dessert, and a drink, plus the chance to listen to the sounds of the Hart Jazz Band and participate...
Spectacular western, Americana, folk and country musical acts and special tour tickets are still available for the Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival, presented by Heritage Sierra Medical Group, but they are going quick. Performances at the new venue The MAIN, located at 24266 Main Street, and the Canyon...
The LA SummerFEST, is announcing an open call for musicians for the 2017 season. The LA SummerFEST is an annual 5-week, summer cultural series that serves the North LA County region. The family friendly, free festival includes music, theatre performances, and special events. As part of the cultural...
Canyon Country based teen band KiKstart, comprised of phenomenal twin sisters Kalia and Keeli Javan, conquers the World Famous Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood. They will be performing lots of new materials, both covers and originals, on Monday, March 6th at 7:15 p.m.
You may recall that KiKstart recently...
Top junior high and high school student musicians from throughout the Hart School District will perform starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 4, at the Hart High School Auditorium as part of the 36th annual district honor band concert.
The junior high honor band is comprised of 83 students and the high...
Photos courtesy of Hart Regiment
Hart Regiment is now offering a simple way to contribute to its organization and help support the Regiment as it continues to work towards excellence. The Hart Regiment has kicked off the new year rehearsing and organizing for upcoming festivals, competitions, and other...
The GO Jazz Big Band will again grace the stage in Santa Clarita for a concert next month.
The GO Jazz History of the Big Band takes place at the West Ranch High School Performing Arts Theater on Sunday, November 20, starting at 3 p.m. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5...
The Valencia High School Marching Band is very pleased to be hosting the MBOS Field Show Tournament at Valencia High School on Saturday, October 15.
Come join our award-winning band and 10 other marching bands and color guard units from the Santa Clarita, Ventura, Antelope, and San Gabriel Valleys.
Hart Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, Jazz Band, and Percussion Ensemble are hosting their annual “Spring Concert of Instrumental Music” on May 17 at 7 p.m. in the Hart High Auditorium.
This year, they are featuring the scores of John Williams and Gustav Holst, as well as hits from A-Ha and Bruno...
Both classified staff and teachers in the William S. Hart Union High School District voiced their displeasure with the ongoing negotiations regarding employee pay during Wednesday night’s governing board meeting, saying morale is low across the board for site staff.
Officials from Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital reported an additional death Monday, bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths to 166 since the onset of the pandemic, hospital spokesman Patrick Moody confirmed.
College of the Canyons, No. 6, remained unbeaten on Saturday with the Cougars' defense coming away with four turnovers — including three straight interceptions to end the game — to defeat No. 8 Fullerton College 22-17 at Nathan Shapell Stadium.
WiSH hosted several very popular informational college webinars during the ’21-’22 academic year; this year they have expanded the program to meet the needs of all students considering college as an option.
Three local business leaders discussed the ways their organizations survived the COVID-19 pandemic during a panel discussion organized by the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. as part of its semi-annual Economic Outlook event held Friday morning at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons.
Hundreds of Santa Clarita residents convened on a large dirt lot behind a shopping center on Soledad Canyon Road in Canyon Country Saturday morning to join the annual effort of cleaning up the Santa Clara River.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed the first death due to the West Nile virus for the 2021 season in Los Angeles County. The patient, a resident of the eastern region of Los Angeles County, was hospitalized and died from WNV-associated neuro-invasive disease.
Los Angeles County Public Health officials on Friday confirmed 25 new deaths and 1,823 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, with 35,090 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. Additionally, Public Health announced that the Los Angeles County Health Officer Order will be modified today to require vaccination verification or a negative test prior to entry to all mega-events and event venues by Oct. 7.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance Wednesday that would require developers of various types of residential, commercial and industrial projects to provide public art in private developments in the amount of 1% of the building valuation or pay 1% of the building valuation toward a public art fund.
The Santa Clarita City Council received a brief report Tuesday about Camps Scott and Scudder, two Saugus facilities recommended by the Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council’s Juvenile Justice Realignment Block Grant Ad-Hoc Subcommittee in May to become the new homes of violent juvenile offenders in Los Angeles County.
During Child Passenger Safety Week, Sept. 19 through 25, the California Highway Patrol will educate the public on the importance of ensuring children are riding in a properly fitted and installed child passenger safety seat.
The atmosphere on the outdoor patio of the Holiday Inn Express in Valencia was fun and lively during the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Latino Business Alliance’s Hispanic Heritage Month event Wednesday evening.
In the same week Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials said they’ll be expanding the limitations on deputies drawing their AR-15’s in the field, some Santa Clarita Valley activists said they still want to see more changes to law enforcement policy