Tuesday, July 26
Summer art festival
Sharing his vision for technology exploration, John Silver of ITT Technical Institute told members of the Valley Industry Association on Tuesday that the evolution of technology has resulted in numerous college majors that didn't even exist 10 years ago.
Excuse me while I dispense cigars like the proud father of a newborn, jitterbug down the sidewalk like the proverbial drunken sailor and disappear dancing over the horizon, clicking my heels while busting my lungs yelling, "Finally!"
With traffic problems raging throughout Santa Clarita, the board of supervisors gave the nod Tuesday to approve a $55 million funding proposal and flood-map changes to provide for an interchange on State Route 126.
Carmageddon turned out to be Carmaheaven for a surprisingly large number of people.
Richard Myers' July 8 letter, in which he applauds the county ban on plastic bags in stores, and The Signal Editorial Board's July 17 column, prompted me to examine the real impact the ban is having.
As of this moment, our two major parties are negotiating the total future of our nation.
The National Newspaper Association awarded The Signal nine honors for its coverage during 2010, it was announced this week.
As fire season approaches, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday agreed to lease two CL-415 SuperScoopers fire-fighting aircraft from the Government of Quebec. The aircraft will be used by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Diana Meyer, founder of Meyer Marketing Intelligence Inc., has been named 2012 chairman of the board for the Valley Industry Association.
Mission Valley Bancorp, parent company of Mission Valley Bank, announced the company's June 30 year-to-date earnings of $490,000, unaudited, representing an $819,000 increase over the same period in 2010.
Boston Scientific of Valencia stepped forward this year to serve as the sponsor of this year's ninth annual Rubber Ducky Regatta, held by Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers of Santa Clarita.
Summer art festival
NEW YORK (AP) - When three half brothers' decades-old murder convictions were thrown out last month, they became a dramatic example of an idea spreading among prosecutors nationwide: "integrity units" dedicated to double-checking convictions to determine whether justice was served.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - First lady Michelle Obama is remembering poet, orator and sage Maya Angelou (MY'-uh AN'-juh-loh) as the first person who let her know she could be a strong, powerful and smart black woman.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) - A publicist for comedian-actor Tracy Morgan says the "30 Rock" star remains in critical condition after a fatal six-vehicle pileup on the New Jersey Turnpike.
PORT ORCHARD, Wash. (AP) - A Washington state judge on Friday said Casey Kasem's daughter, not her stepmother, is in charge of the medical care for the 82-year-old radio personality, who remains in critical condition with an infected bedsore.
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - A federal appeals court revived on Friday a New York woman's lawsuit against a Southern California museum to return two 16th century paintings seized by Nazis during World War II.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) - A federal agency has agreed to restore temporary buffer zones for spraying several common agricultural pesticides along salmon streams in Oregon, California and Washington while it continues work on a permanent rule.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Same-sex couples began getting married in Wisconsin on Friday shortly after a federal judge struck down the state's gay marriage ban and despite confusion over the effect of the ruling.
BALTIMORE (AP) - Pinch-hitter Stephen Vogt singled in the tiebreaking run in the 11th inning, Saugus graduate Tommy Milone pitched six strong innings, and the Oakland Athletics won 4-3 over the Baltimore Orioles on Friday night.
To encourage residents of Castaic/West Ranch to enjoy the surf, sand, and surroundings at Santa Monica Beach, Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich will once again sponsor the Summer Beach Bus.
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WASHINGTON (AP) - That feel-good moment in the Rose Garden seems like a long time ago. Just a week after the president announced that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl had been freed in Afghanistan, details emerging about the soldier, the deal and how the rescue came together are only adding to the list of questions.
The California Supreme Court has ruled the red-light camera evidence against a Southern California woman, who challenged a traffic ticket based on camera photos and video, was adequately authenticated and there is no need to adopt stricter evidence rules for red-light camera violations.
Petitions that sought to block a plan for digital billboards on Santa Clarita Valley freeways in exchange for removing older billboards in the center of town have qualified for a referendum, officials said Friday.
Elementary school enrollment deadlines are just weeks away and it's crunch time on getting your child into the right school.
LONDON (AP) - Government snooping into phone networks is extensive worldwide, one of the world's largest cellphone companies revealed Friday, saying that several countries demand direct access to its networks without warrant or prior notice.