Heavy rain brings with it the potential for mudslides and flooding, especially after a long drought. Local Fire Stations are offering free sandbags to any residents wanting to protect their homes and property from adverse weather.
With two rainstorms forecast for the second half of this week, Sheriff's Department deputies and Southern California Edison officials are warning residents of potential safety hazards on the road and in the home.
Top junior high and high school student musicians from throughout the Hart School District will perform starting at 7:30 pm on Saturday March 1st at the Hart High School Auditorium in the 33rd annual district honor band concert. The junior high honor band is comprised of 86 students and the high school honor band includes 92 student musicians. The more than 175 students, who have been selected to participate in this concert, came from a field of some 700 talented students who auditioned. The community is invited to attend and the tickets are $12 at the door.
Liberty Tax Service is offering free tax preparation to educators in the Santa Clarita Valley between Sunday, March 2 and Saturday, March 8. The "Educator Appreciation Days" are open to first-time customers only.
The choices we make when it comes to eating, sleeping and coping with stress and conflict can have profound effects on our overall physical and mental health, as well as our performance in school, work and personal life.
In light of this, College of the Canyons will host the “Body-Mind-Wellness Healthy Lifestyle Resource Fair” in March as the kick-off event of a two-month long series of events focused on healthy lifestyle topics.
Job seekers and students will have the opportunity to learn about job searching through social media and how to create a personal brand online at College of the Canyons' March 8 workshop, taught by Joshua Waldman.
On Thursday, February 27, the Newhall School District will host its biennial Parent Summit and Volunteer Recognition evening. Administrators, teachers, and school board members will offer information and discussion sessions for parents on three huge changes facing California’s schools: the state’s Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), Common Core Standards, and assessment. A process to revise the district’s mission statement to reflect these new realities will also be part of the evening.