It was a great week for the city of Santa Clarita. On Tuesday night, the City Council approved a $2.7 million loan to a nonprofit, faith-based organization to take over a Canyon Country apartment building and convert it to low-income housing. It seems like a win-win to us. Low-income residents of the Hidaway Apartments in Canyon Country will enjoy refurbished homes and a reduction in their rents. Those residents of the complex who don't qualify ...
A couple of summers ago I lucked into teaching an English 101 class offered by the Los Angeles Community College District's college-by-television program.
I had an interesting exchange with one of The Signal's fairly regular columnists last week: He accused me of censorship.
They came with their parents Tuesday and stood by the makeshift memorial for actor Paul Walker: some babes in arms, some solemn-looking teenagers, few children of ages between.
There was no turkey on the Walker dinner table on Thanksgiving 1946 - but there was pork roast, and a fresh-picked watercress salad and, of course, beans.
A program to help set girls at two Santa Clarita Valley probationary camps on the road to academic success through creative writing and mentoring has been honored at the White House by first lady Michelle Obama.
One of the Santa Clarita Valley's founding families lost a member this month with the death of Frank R. Walker at the age of 90.
The chloride-removal option that could cost Santa Clarita Valley ratepayers the least amount of money - or the most - was named Thursday by the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District as the plan to go with to comply with state mandates.
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