Spirits were both high and freely flowing Saturday at Bridgeport Marketplace in Valencia for the Third Annual Santa Clarita Wine Fest.
The governing boards for both the Saugus Union School District and the Newhall School District are set to vote Tuesday night on recommendations to send out the preliminary layoff notices to dozens of certificated employees.
After a meeting with representatives from the California High Speed Rail Authority, Santa Clarita city officials express confidence that progress has been made on a long-held city goal to make the bullet train completely underground as it winds its way through Canyon Country.
Hundreds of high school students descended on College of the Canyons Friday to set the stage for the Hart district's annual theater competition this weekend.
A woman was temporarily trapped in her car after a traffic collision in Valencia earlier today, a sheriff's spokesman said.
A 60-year-old man suffered a broken leg after being struck by a car in Saugus earlier today, a sheriff's spokesman said.
Californians' pain at the pump may get a little more potent after members of the state Board of Equalization voted Thursday to raise the state's fuel tax by 3.5 cents per gallon.
Sixteen teachers in the Sulphur Springs School District have been put on notice that they may not be teaching in the Canyon Country school district next year, district officials said Thursday.
Several cat-lovers are requesting Los Angeles County officials investigate the euthanasia of a cat at the Castaic Animal Care Center last weekend, alleging the act was misguided and unnecessary.
Plans for a new park near Bridgeport Marketplace are set to move forward after a unanimous vote by the Santa Clarita City Council.
California is due to lose about $87.6 million in funding for primary and secondary education, along with $1.6 million in law-enforcement grants, if the sequestration ax falls on Friday, White House officials say.
A new conference center in Santa Clarita could cost the city $2 million a year to finance, on top of the estimated cost of more than $20 million to build the facility itself, according to estimates presented Tuesday.
The city of Santa Clarita has followed Frank Oviedo throughout his professional career.
Visitors to the Santa Clarita YMCA got a taste of the royal treatment Saturday night.
Saturday night may be all right for fighting, but Saturday afternoon was set aside for a free concert that doubled as a tribute to Elton John and a fundraiser for the Santa Clarita Valley homeless shelter.
The skies may have been clear and the sun may have been bright, but Saturday was still a snow day at the Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA.
Three people were transported to the hospital this morning following a rollover crash, according to officials.
Two candidates on opposite sides of the aisle confirmed to The Signal Friday they are planning to run to represent a state Assembly district that takes in portions of the Santa Clarita Valley.
Among his major accomplishments during 11 terms in Congress are successfully blocking a massive landfill planned for the Santa Clarita Valley and securing funds for construction of the cross-valley connector, Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon. R-Santa Clarita, said in an interview with The Signal.
By Luke Money
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, a mainstay on the Santa Clarita Valley political stage for more than three decades, including a stint as Santa Clarita's mayor, has decided to retire from the Congressional seat he was first elected to in 1992.
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, officially announced Thursday that he plans to retire from his seat in the 25th Congressional District and has endorsed Republican former state Sen. Tony Strickland to succeed him.
A baker's dozen candidates are expected to vie for the three seats open on the Santa Clarita City Council during April's election, according Wednesday's filings at Santa Clarita City Hall.
Los Angeles County officials want the same ability the state has to send excess prisoners to private jails.
Supervisors want it to be lights, camera, action for filming in Los Angeles County.
By his own admission, local resident Keith A. Oberg is a "goofy creator."