It was an "intergenerational" Christmas celebration, said Julie Calderon, Newhall Community Center supervisor.
Combat Radio's second annual Celebrity Christmas Breakfast was held at Salt Creek Grille to benefit Family Promise and Toys For Tots.
Suzon Gerstel of Prayer Angels for the Military is asking for the community's help in making the holidays brighter for troops serving in the United States military. The annual collection drive for care packages for the troops in Afghanistan is currently underway. Items needed include: granola bars, beef jerky, white and black cotton sport socks, canned ravioli with pop tops, three-blade razors, international phone cards (AT&T only), AA/AAA batteries, winter scarves, chemical hand warmers ...
The Santa Clarita Valley Film Festival - the winter event that for seven years showcased professional independent and student productions - will not be held in 2013, an organizer announced today.
Editor's Note: Photos related to this story have been removed from The Signal's website. Some parents of children in the photos said posting the photos made them uncomfortable in light of the incident last Friday at a school in Connecticut. The Signal had been granted full authorization by school officials to take and publish the photos but we decided to honor the parents' requests.
Santa arrives in just nine days! Make sure you track Santa's progress throughout the world on the special NORAD webpage devoted to Santa's seasonal journey. Visit www. www.noradsanta.org.
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, professional violinist David Ewart, 55, has emerged from the disastrous 2005 fire that claimed his home, his 1781 Januarius Gagliano violin and all his possessions, including several valuable violin bows.
What would possess a person to take a homeless pit bull across America not just once, but twice? For Michelle Sathe, it was the opportunity to write "Pit Stops 2: Adventures with Kara" and tell the story of a pregnant stray from a high-kill Los Angeles County animal shelter.
It's the time of year when the Santa Clarita Valley is ablaze with the twinkling joy of the season.
The devastation suffered by residents of the East Coast from Superstorm Sandy touched many in the Santa Clarita Valley.
It's the time of year for gift giving and gift buying. For 667 kindergarten-through-sixth-grade students at Mitchell Community School in Canyon Country, it may be their first experience purchasing a gift for a family member.
The odds of meeting a teen who wrote a cookbook at age 17, and raised the money himself to self-publish his book are most likely not very high.
When Dennis Poore, of Canyon Country, received his pink slip from Sulphur Springs Elementary School District as the school's primary grade music teacher, it didn't stop him from continuing to offer music education to students at Fair Oaks Ranch Community School in Canyon Country.
It was a spectacular night of beautifully decorated homes and a festive party atmosphere during the annual Henry Mayo New-hall Memorial Hospital Holiday Home Tour League Gala held Friday night.
Residents of the Santa Clarita Valley are invited to join in a worldwide candle-lighting event to honor the memories of deceased children.
The 25th annual Taste of the Town to benefit the Child & Family Center of Santa Clarita will offer a record number of food and beverage vendors and a new way to contribute to charity.
Former Santa Clarita City Manager Ken Pulskamp seemed to enjoy his time in the roastee chair during the 15th annual Santa Clarita Elks Roast.
The Newhall Library was the inspired choice of location for an inaugural wine tasting benefit for the William S. Hart Education Foundation.
I've just returned from my retreat on Whidbey Island, Wash. It was a lovely week which I spent visiting with friends, drinking salted caramel hot coco at the Local Grown coffee shop and taking in a great community theater production of "The Full Monty." I also had a fantastic seafood dinner of salmon, fresh Dungeness crab and fresh crab cakes. It really doesn't get any better than that!
It's the simple things that we take for granted that Maureen Wright, R.N. thinks about in relation to her visits to Africa.
It seems that spring has sprung! I've enjoyed watching the trees and flowers bloom throughout the Santa Clarita Valley in recent weeks. The hills are even green. I know it won't last, but it is lovely for the moment. I am looking forward to the yuccas that bloom in May, my favorite time of year.
Santa Clarita Valley International Charter School recently honored two women during its annual fundraising benefit dinner held at the Hyatt Regency in Valencia.
I hope all the Easter eggs have been found and the Easter ham or lamb is cooking in the oven. Did you already bite the ears off your chocolate Easter bunny? My favorite has always been the marshmallow eggs.
It was a lovely brunch yesterday morning at the Robinson Ranch Clubhouse in Sand Canyon to celebrate the Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley Women in Service event.
The 32 kindergartners in Marrilee Bingham's class at Peachland Elementary School in Newhall can now add "author" to their list of accomplishments.
Soroptimist International Greater Santa Clarita recently hosted a "Day of Service", on behalf of Mending Kids International, was a lot of fun and very rewarding.
It was a St. Patrick's Day full of "Mischief and Malarkey" at the annual Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley fashion show.
The "Hearts for Heroes" Builder's Ball was an emotional evening that honored veterans of the United States military and supporters of the Habitat for Heroes campaign.
Divorce is a painful subject for millions of American men and women. However, there is truth to the saying "time heals all wounds" and once the anger and the pain subside there is life on the other side of divorce.
Eighty-five years ago, the second worst disaster in California history occurred just minutes from downtown Santa Clarita.