Standing inside a bathroom stall, 7-year-old Setareh Khatibi bathes herself in a bucket of tap water. She's used to the cold water on her skin and doesn't even grimace.
The PTA at West Creek Academy recently donated clothing and school supplies to help underprivileged students in Nicaragua.
More than 4,000 people turned out on Saturday for the 11th annual "Yes I Can" Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Music and Arts Festival at Santa Clarita Skate Park.
Jesse Brazil is a wanderer of sorts.
Nearly 1,000 students crammed into Bridgeport Elementary School's multi-purpose room early Friday to celebrate reading with a lavish assembly that featured costumes, student performers and even a dog jumping through hoops.
"Back when I was in grade school, all we had was chalk boards," joked Canyon Springs Elementary School's "Principal for a Day" Friday as she toured "her" school's classrooms.
Who will be the next Bill Gates or Steve Jobs? If you judge by who has the most interest in starting a new business, a new Gallup poll suggests it may likely be a minority.
Castaic resident Chris Capel has a one-in-five chance of winning $1 million. But that's not what's really exciting about his current prospects.
SANTA CLARITA - The Bernabe family from Jazmin's Bakery in Newhall sells about 6,000 tamales on an average month. But in December, that number triples to 20,000.
One of the Santa Clarita Valley's most recognized yearly holiday season fundraisers opened at the Westfield Valencia Town Center on Friday.
In a room filled with some of the best and brightest of the Santa Clarita Valley, 51 citizens were honored at The Signal's ninth annual Top 51 Most Influential People celebration Thursday night at Robinson Ranch Golf Club.
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Canyon Country resident Ethan Dettenmaier doesn't like to take "no" for an answer.
Santa Clarita residents, are you ready for a holiday miracle? This holiday season the Canyon Theatre Guild will bring the iconic 1947 film, "Miracle on 34th Street" to life onstage. In this enduring holiday favorite, a cynical little girl named Susan meets a funny old man named Kris Kringle - who claims to be Santa Claus. Susan has been taught that the jolly old man doesn't exist, but is drawn to the charming and loveable fella. When her mother, Doris Walker, hires Kris as the Macy's holiday Santa, and he becomes Susan's neighbor, she gets to know this ...
One of Santa Clarita Valley's most recognized yearly holiday fundraisers opens this weekend. Festival of Trees, the annual winter wonderland of everything Christmas and holiday-related will offer 6 days of fun and magic starting Friday, Nov. 14 at the Valencia Industrial Center located at 24700 Avenue Rockefeller.
It may be November in Santa Clarita, but it sure feels like Christmas to me! Christmas may still be a month away, but that doesn't mean we can't welcome the holiday season with precision and style.
It's that time of year when The Signal loads up the "jolly jitney of judges" and drives around the Santa Clarita Valley - from Castaic to Canyon Country, Newhall to Saugus, Stevenson Ranch to Sand Canyon, and Valencia - to crown the World Champion of Lights.
Glass of chardonnay anyone? How about a stroll down Ventura Harbor Village while listening to the sweet sounds of jazz echoing through the harbor?
Thousands of runner enthusiasts have signed up to strut their stuff on Sunday at the annual Santa Clarita Marathon. The event consists of a 5K run, a half and full marathon, a two person marathon relay the Mayor's Walk and a Kid K fun run.
Although Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead coincides with Halloween in the United States, the south-of-the-border tradition does not focus on candy collection or mischievous tricksters. For Mexicans, these symbolic visits from the dead are celebratory.
In 1916, Margaret Rutledge was shot through the heart and found in her bedroom in the Newhall Ranch House, part of what is now considered to be Heritage Junction Historic Park. Since her mysterious death, many witnesses believe to have encountered a paranormal presence in the Heritage Junction section of William S. Hark Park.
There is a wide range of offerings from a Halloween yard that's merely well-decorated and one that is a must see "haunted house." That's why we thought it would be appropriate to present to you a couple of decked-out haunts that will make you teeth cringe – literally!
What's Halloween without a scare or two? From corn mazes to haunted hay rides, LA has some of the best haunted attractions in California - maybe even the world. These terrifying haunts will get just about anyone's adrenaline pumping! So for your entertainment pleasure, we've rounded up some of the spookiest attractions to ever step foot in LA.
Orange you glad it's October? As fall approaches, folks find themselves attracted to pumpkins, corn stalks and anything that hints at "farm." It's the draw of the jack-o'-lantern, for sure, but there's much more than that. It bring families together to make fond memories that will last a lifetime.
Circus Vargas opens on Friday, but Wednesday offered something of a show in itself as 25 workers raised the blue-and-gold "Big Top" in the parking lot of Westfield Valencia Town Center.
The Santa Clarita Valley Latino Chamber of Commerce will honor businesses, entrepreneur and community leaders at its fourth annual gala at 6 p.m. Friday at the Hyatt Regency Grand Ballroom in Valencia.
La Càmara de Comercio Latina de Santa Clarita honrarà negocios, empresarios y líderas de la comunidad en su cuarta gala anual hoy a las 6 p.m. en el Hyatt Regency en Valencia.
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