Two months after a congressional subcommittee determined it needs a cost estimate before considering a bill to block a mega-mine in Canyon Country, the request to conduct the estimate hasn't been made, The Signal has learned.
The Newhall County Water District has won its sixth consecutive award for fiscal responsibility.
Santa Clarita city facilities, including City Hall and all branches of the city public library system, will be closed Monday to mark Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The number of reported Part 1 crimes handled by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station in 2013 was higher than in 2012 but still significantly lower than five years ago, according to data released Friday by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
About 35 people turned out Saturday at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Valencia to learn more about the Affordable Care Act and Covered California - the state's health insurance exchange.
I recently conversed with the owner of a profitable company. She was interested in addressing some issues so she could return her attention to growing the business.
Whether you believe in love at first sight or not, holding your child for the first time can make a believer out of anyone.
By most standards, Kayla Tinucci, 17, was an average high school student. She attends Canyon High and is involved in several extra curricular clubs, including the National Honors Society and the Key Club. Planning for the future and college were her top priorities, that is until a few years ago.
Deputies with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station are urging caution for people looking to purchase gift cards.
The new year brings with it a series of new transportation-related laws set to go into effect statewide. Below are the details for some of the more notable changes in store for 2014.
The Valley Industry and Commerce Association (VICA) saw a record legislative session in 2013: a 90 percent success rate in the Senate and Assembly and an 84 percent success rate once Gov. Jerry Brown's signatures and vetoes were factored in.
Improving communication between real estate licensees and appraisers would minimize valuation issues that stall all too often or doom the sale of a home.
The month of January provides the opportunity to review, refocus and renew. At no other time during the course of the year does such a profound occasion exist.
Dennis Junker, President
Every Sunday, The Signal publishes community announcements sent in by readers.
The SCV Education Foundation is looking for volunteers to assist students improve their reading skills in local public schools and after school.
Each week, Our Community will feature a new visual SCV moment. Post to Instagram using #scvlife and tag @signalscv for a chance to appear in the section.
Dave and I were 12 or so when we decided chickens were the wave of the future.
Artwork by Fair Oaks Ranch third-graders Kenzie and Brianna in teacher Tarah Davis' art classes.
Up against young people across Los Angeles County, two Santa Clarita kids were finalists in an essay contest about the works of Maya Angelou.
Some of my favorite childhood memories involve sports – whether it was riding bikes to the corner store with the neighborhood kids or fitting in one last run around the baseball diamond against the setting summer sun.
Dr. Maya Angelou is one of the most renowned and influential voices of our time. Hailed as a global renaissance woman, Dr. Angelou is a memoirist, novelist, educator, dramatist, producer, actress, historian, filmmaker, and civil rights activist. However, she is most remembered as a beautiful poet. Throughout this essay, I will send you back in time to see the life of the magnificent Dr. Maya Angelou. It is hard to find words that describe her, so I will leave that up to you. But, I will say her poetry will slide through the brain and straight to your heart.
Moms Club of Castaic and Eleven12 Events invite the community to the fourth annual Bunco for Hope fundraiser at the Hyatt Regency in Valencia on September 21 from 1-5 p.m.
The Santa Clarita Public Library has been busier than ever this year.
if we could someday chance to meet
Hundreds of thousands of people drive up the freeway and exit at Magic Mountain Parkway, never knowing the beauty of the surrounding area.
Most theatre goers have heard of 1989's Miss Saigon, the Vietnam-era spin on Madame Butterfly by the creators of Les Miserables. But when the winner of that year's Olivier Award (London's version of the Tony's) was announced, the winner was Return to the Forbidden Planet, which enjoys a striking new stage revival at the Repertory East
There are certain jobs that are unpleasant, that few would want to do but because society demands it, they have to be done and someone has to do them.
As a youngster growing up in suburban London in the 1940s and 1950s, I would get the flu at least once a year, and the episodes would be pretty severe with shivers and shakes and aches that went right through the bones.