The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society will present a tour of the St. Francis Dam site on Saturday, March 14, 2015.
The failure of the St. Francis Dam on March 12, 1928, the second-worst disaster in the history of California, and America’s biggest civil engineering failure of the 20th Century,...
The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society will present a tour of the St. Francis Dam site on Saturday, March 16, just 4 days after the 85th anniversary of the second-worst natural disaster to hit California.
The failure of the St. Francis Dam on March 12, 1928, killed more than 450 people,...
Frank rock decorates the interior of the Old Town Newhall Library, set to open Sept. 29.
The Old Town Newhall Library is bustling. Not with folks checking out books, studying, or searching the internet. The library doesn’t officially open until Sept. 29.
No, 12 days from the public opening the library...
In this episode:
COC’s Dena Maloney hired as superintendent-president of Taft College; McGrath Elementary School celebrates National Blue Ribbon Award.
Also: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is looking for pictures of California veterans; Local historian Frank Rock to lead a tour to the site of the...
[ST. FRANCIS DAM DISASTER STORY & PHOTO INDEX]
[SCVHS] – The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society will present a tour of the St. Francis Dam site on Sunday, March 11, just a day before the 84th anniversary of the second-worst natural disaster to hit California.
The failure of the...
As the holidays fast approach, Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health are coming under fire for their newly released Thanksgiving guidelines on private gatherings, which come with strict restrictions aimed at decreasing the transmission of COVID-19.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Monday confirmed 8 new deaths and 861 new positive cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, with 136 new cases reported in the Santa Clarita Valley since Friday.
The Santa Clarita City Council will hold a special meeting at City Hall on Tuesday, October 27, starting at 5:30 p.m., to address anticipated litigation related to the long-proposed Porta Bella residential-commercial development on the Whittaker-Bermite property in the center of the city.
Officials at the Newhall School District submitted reopening waivers for TK-2 grade to return to in-person instruction and provided parents with an update on the ransomware attack during an engagement night Wednesday.
Three College of the Canyons architecture and interior design students have been selected to participate in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Los Angeles 2x8 Student Competition, Exhibition and Scholarship program.
Celebrating First Responders Day on Wednesday, October 28, Firehouse Subs restaurants nationwide and in Santa Clarita will invite customers to help raise funds for the nonprofit Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.
Southern California Edison officials announced Monday the possibility of power shut-offs for some of its customers, including many in the Santa Clarita Valley, amid Red Flag warnings and “damaging wind gusts.”
The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations put out its annual numbers on hate crimes for 2019 on Friday, which noted while countywide reports remain on the rise over the past half-dozen years, they declined again for the reporting area that includes the Santa Clarita Valley.
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday announced a major injection of new Homekey funding made possible by the Legislature to expand and support the state program, helping thousands of families experiencing or at risk of homelessness find permanent, long-term housing solutions.
City of Santa Clarita officials delivered the 2020 State of the City event Thursday in true COVID-19-era format: virtually, while shining a light on local essential workers who have toiled tirelessly since the onset of the pandemic.
A new state law set to take effect in January requires employers to provide notice of workplace COVID-19 exposure, and Santa Clarita Valley business leaders are urging local businesses to review their health and safety procedures now.