Students at College of the Canyons are statistically more likely to receive a degree or certificate, or to successfully transfer to a four-year institution, than their peers at other state community colleges, according to data released this week by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.
A television, computers and projectors are among the items taken from two Hart district schools following break-ins last week, a district official said Thursday.
Five Santa Clarita Valley schools were broken into, burglarized or vandalized last week during spring break, school officials said Tuesday.
Members of the Santa Clarita City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve $600,000 of funding for the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation over the next three years, but only after adding additional review into the agreement.
Dozens of law-enforcement personnel from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station will head out this weekend to participate in a 120-mile race across the desert and state line to Las Vegas.
A master plan for a Santa Clarita conference center is set to be presented to City Council members Tuesday night.
A local chapter of the American Soccer Youth Organization will become the second in Santa Clarita Valley to offer programming for special needs athletes this fall.
For students at Golden Valley High School, it only took a few questions to find a recipe for cupcake success. "I just asked my class what flavors they thought would work for a cupcake," said Laura Beers, who heads the Associated Student Body class at Golden Valley. "Chocolate was obvious, but then one of my students was drinking a mocha drink and they said that flavor would work as well." Caramel then ...
By Luke Money Signal Staff Writer A steady stream of cars wound through a parking lot at College of the Canyons Saturday as local residents looked to divest themselves of household chemicals and items that are too dangerous to go into the trash. More than 2,000 people were expected to show up Saturday to take advantage of six hours of free hazardous waste disposal, known as the hazardous waste roundup, offered by the Los ...
New crossing guards may be on the way for four local elementary schools, depending on the outcome of some city studies, Santa Clarita city officials say.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation is scheduled to ask the Santa Clarita City Council for three years of renewed funding during Tuesday night's meeting.
For the first time in decades of polling, a majority of Americans said they favor legalizing marijuana in a survey released this week by the Pew Research Center.
Traffic interruptions during the 2013 Amgen Tour of California will be unavoidable, Santa Clarita city officials said Thursday, adding they will limit drivers' inconvenience as much as possible.
Representatives from a local ironworkers union protested outside Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital this week, saying a new construction project on the hospital campus employs non-union workers.
The suspect in the Santa Clarita Valley's lone 2012 murder case was ordered Thursday to face a preliminary hearing in San Fernando Superior Court.
What makes good art and what makes that art fit into Santa Clarita?
More than 30 youngsters strapped on helmets, slipped on gloves and picked up sticks to take part in a free lacrosse clinic Saturday afternoon in West Creek Park.
The state has outlined a series of preliminary guidelines on how to regulate the controversial process of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. The final guidelines are slated to take effect in 2015.
A Santa Clarita City Council member touched off a tiff this week with a suggestion that some citizens are concerned about the security of ballots cast in city elections and that the city should beef up its security for those ballots as a result.
SANTA CLARITA - The discovery of a number of silvery legless lizards in Castaic has slowed construction work on Highway 126 to a crawl, officials said this week.
SANTA CLARITA - Following a line of public speakers demanding an apology from City Councilman Frank Ferry, Mayor Bob Kellar apologized Tuesday night for the councilman calling a citizen "poison" and "toxic."
Santa Clarita City Council members voted in closed session Tuesday to reject a claim by Councilman TimBen Boydston where he alleged the city's tiered health benefit system was not properly adopted and caused him to lose out on almost $10,000 in compensation.
Santa Clarita Valley residents tired of taking a trek to Los Angeles or the San Fernando Valley for their shopping needs will soon be able to head north for an alternative.
Hart district officials are working to recoup credits from Southern California Edison for excess solar power the district has generated, a move an analyst estimates could be worth tens of thousands of dollars for the district.
SANTA CLARITA - In front of a crowd of hundreds Saturday night, Santa Clarita city officials lit up downtown Newhall to celebrate the holiday season.
The man who has served as the de facto chief of police for the Santa Clarita Valley since 2010 has announced he plans to retire next year, officials confirmed Friday.
Turnout for Tuesday's elections in the Santa Clarita Valley was fairly typical for off-year elections.
SANTA CLARITA - It wasn't quite Christmas in July, but thanks to the local Assistance League the holiday spirit came early for thousands of Santa Clarita Valley students this year.
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Hundreds of blooms were on full display as rose enthusiasts and experts from throughout California came together for the 20th annual "Wild West Roses" Rose Show and Art Exhibit, put on by the Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society in Newhall on Saturday.