A doorway to the future was revealed when the new Newhall County Water District offices officially opened.
Castaic Days turned out to be great days this year, even though they weren't wild and wet days splashing around in Castaic Lake.
A heat wave and a tough economy apparently kept scores of people from the 17th Annual Pow Wow and Native
A Castaic tow-truck driver charged with kidnapping and four other offences has been scheduled to appear in San Fernando Superior Court on Monday.
With summer officially over and the rush of vacationing visitors to Six Flags now tapering off, the amusement park has found it necessary to lay off about 10 of its full-time employees.
California needs to provide special funding to meet strict environmental standards or block its agencies from fining cities for failing to meet the unfunded mandates, city leaders from throughout the state have agreed.
The United Way came up with a winning hand Saturday night, combining poker with fresh-baked cupcakes.
If you could fit a state fair into the back lot of a church, what would it look like?
Santa Clarita City Councilwoman Marsha McLean called on California cities Wednesday at a San Diego conference to stand up to projects forced by the state without funding by proposing a resolution to demand funding for any state-imposed duty or obligation.
Could the Santa Clarita Valley fall victim to a massive natural gas explosion like the one that killed four people in San Bruno last week?
If something goes "boom" in the hills east of Railroad Avenue, do not be alarmed. It's simply cleanup crews dismantling and removing unexploded munitions found on the Whittaker-Bermite site.
Three thousand miles away and nine years later, the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks were remembered throughout Santa Clarita Valley.
From the tragic minutes that unfolded nine years ago on Sept. 11 to the tragic minutes that recently claimed the life of a local, young United States Marine Corps hero, first responders to the terrorist attacks and our latest responders were remembered Saturday.
Water-law enforcers have hit the Santa Clarita Valley with some of the largest fines in Southern California during the past few years, including a half-million-dollar fine against the city and close to a million dollars in penalties against Six Flags, The Signal has recently learned.
A nonprofit marine institute devoted to understanding and minimizing human impact on oceans is among the latest agencies to be fined by the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board for polluting water.
Burglars looted and trashed a small church in Val Verde during the weekend, stealing its sound system and a modest offering, ripping up Bibles in an apparent frenzied search for valuables.