Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30 is a reminder to holiday shoppers to support local shops and put money back into the local economy. There are many Santa Clarita Valley businesses that currently have holiday specials or sales.
The purchase of the Castaic Public Library building, along with several other agenda items affecting the Santa Clarita Valley, were approved unanimously by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday meeting.
Shoppers have already begun to line up outside the Best Buy on Bouquet Canyon Road. Best Buy opens at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving this year. Jessica Valdez, the first person in line, said that Black Friday has been a tradition in her family for eight years.
Join the Santa Clarita Valley's Jewish community for several Hanukkah-themed events throughout the coming week, including a festival at Westfield Valencia Town Center and "Chanukah on Ice" and the Valencia Ice Station.
Hundreds of grandparents gathered at North Park Elementary School in Valencia on Tuesday to play games, do crafts and experience what their grandchildren are learning in school. They also shared their memories of their own childhood.
The Castaic Lake Water Agency will only receive five percent of water requested from the state District of Water Resources for 2014, according to a preliminary allocation. The percentage could go up depending on rainfall for the remainder of the year.
For Santa Clarita Valley residents looking for something to do over the Thanksgiving holiday, the community offers several options for families, kids and seniors alike, including a Turkey Toss and a free dinner at the Senior Center.
The Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley, KHTS AM-1220, Paul Davis Emergency Services and other local businesses are partnering to sponsor a Thanksgiving food drive. The community can donate at KHTS until Monday for more than 100 needy families.