Warrior Fitness Camp officials are holding two commemoration workouts and a candelight vigil in honor of Jennifer Stift, the 17-year-old Saugus High School student who was struck and killed by a vehicle while jogging on Golden Valley Road on Monday.
College of the Canyons Adult Reentry and Veterans Center staff are noting a rise in the number of student veterans coming to them for assistance, college officials announced Wednesday.
Center officials saw about 20 percent more veterans during the 2013-2014 academic year compared to the previous year, bringing their total for the year to more than 1,000 veterans assisted, according to a COC news release.
Santa Clarita Valley Child & Family Center’s co-founder and retired CEO Liz Seipel was appointed to the Los Angeles County Commission for Children and Families by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich on Tuesday.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials issued a warning to residents Wednesday about a rise in rental and real estate scams in Santa Clarita.
Rental scammers commonly list ‘fake’ properties online at a low price, collect cash and personal information and disappear before the victim discovers they were given a fake listing on a property that doesn’t actually belong to them, according to a Sheriff’s Station Nixle news release.
A vehicle fully engulfed in flames on the I-5 North near Parker Road in Castaic started a brush fire on the freeway shoulder at approximately 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Los Angeles County Fire Department officials confirmed.
California Highway Patrol officers responded to reports of a U-Haul truck full of household goods that was fully engulfed in flames in the far right lane of the freeway at 1:39 p.m., CHP officials said.
Volunteers from a nonprofit organization in London, California are working toward improving the reputation of their community after hosting the largest positive event in the town’s history, community officials announced Saturday.