Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital has hired a new interim, part-time chief medical officer, a board-certified physician in the areas of pulmonology and internal medicine with a track record for evaluating hospital standards at the national level.
Think of Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital as a sick patient complaining of something wrong.
Rick Steinbruecker's five-year search for the rightful owner of $15,000 in U.S. savings bonds that he found near the Santa Clara River officially came to an end Wednesday with a handshake, a hug and several repeated heartfelt thank yous.
Santa Clarita Valley is poised to get three more mental-health professionals specializing in intervention programs following a decision at the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
One man's five-year search to find the rightful owner of $15,000 in U.S. savings bonds found near the Santa Clara River is coming to a close today after Signal readers responded to a published report of his discovery.
At the end of a hard-bitten road of cracked asphalt, through a rusting iron fence that opens onto the dusty banks of the Santa Clara River, lies a mystery.
A survey of Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital patients taken in 2009 shows the local hospital ranks about average in terms of patient satisfaction.
Rushing to the aid of wounded SWAT officers, rescuing victims of an airplane crash and saving the life a motorcycle crash victim are the stories behind four local men honored for their bravery.
Think of it as the Oscars of environmental design. Santa Clarita Valley's oldest, and now national award-winning, Placerita Canyon Nature Center and Natural Area takes center stage today at the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors meeting, where center officials are expected to receive one of the country's highest certification for environmental design. The 40-year-old, recently renovated building on Placerita Canyon Road in Newhall is the first building owned by Los Angeles County to garner ...
The Castaic Lake Water Agency won its fifth consecutive award for having prepared an exceptional budget this year.
It was like an outdoor rock festival where the rock stars were burgers and fries. Parking was jammed, security guards in tight black T-shirts buzzed, and still crowds kept coming to Central Park on Saturday for the Santa Clarita Food Truck Festival. They came in strollers pushed by young parents and on crutches. Many came with foldable chairs strapped to their backs ready to make a day out of sampling gourmet food from specialty trucks ...
About 50 polar plungers ran into Castaic Lake Saturday and ran shivering back onto land, proud to have helped raise money for local athletes competing in the Special Olympics.
It looked like snow, it felt like snow, and whatever it was that covered parts of Santa Clarita Valley Saturday certainly seemed like winter.
How are you feeling? Close to 70 participants manning booths at the 2011 third annual Chamber of Commerce Health & Wellness Fair at College of the Canyons had an answer for that question Saturday. Visitors could test everything health-related from their balance to the adequacy of their medical coverage - the name of the wellness game was to make sure they were on the path to good health. Hundreds squeezed shoulder-to-shoulder between tables displaying pastel-colored ...
Learning what our troops need and watching schools being built were just a couple of the observations U.S. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, shared with reporters Friday about his recent visit to Afghanistan.
or hundreds of women buying and selling used clothing, much of it high-end and designer goods.