Val Verde Park's "Summer Concert in the Park" series is slowly coming to end, with a final concert on Sept. 4 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The William S. Hart High School Band has teamed up with All Green Electronics Recycling to host the Electronics Recycling Collection Event from on Saturday, Sept. 18 at Hart High School - located at 24825 Newhall Ave, Santa Clarita 91321 - from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A special 9/11 tribute will be held at the Castaic Sports Complex on Saturday, Sept. 11.
Starting Sept. 15, CCAC monthly meetings will move to the Mint Canyon Moose Lodge, Family Center 2173, 18000 Sierra Highway, Canyon Country 91351.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is now using Nixle® to send free geographically specific e-mails and text messages directly to the public.
A doctor sums up the illness that hit 19 members of a northwest Oregon high school football team as "very weird." They all suffered muscle damage after a preseason camp.
CrossFit SCV will be holding a "Hero Workout" to benefit Arnaldo "Arnie" Quinones, a Los Angeles County firefighter who died fighting last year's Station Fire.
An age-old question that has always faced civilized society is this: Is it better to follow the law or do the right thing? Sometimes, a law can directly contradict a course of action that is "right" or "good."
What has happened to our United States of America? There is so much more hatred against those that are of a different race, economic status, religious preference, etc.
In response to "Embrace change" (July 25): I must "embrace" Robert P. Davenport II's letter to the editor about solar power as a very optimistic look at clean energy for the future. The future is now, and the United States needs this clean, renewable energy to move forward to save the planet.
Our city is considering adding an incredibly expensive $210 million treatment plant to lower the salt content in our reclaimed water, which we currently discharge into the Santa Clara River - an otherwise bone-dry creekbed.
Welcome to The-Signal.com's "2day in the SCV," a compendium of today's events and a quick journey through the past, present and future.
Authorities are asking the public for help in finding a suspect who tried to sexually assault a 14-year-old Saugus girl at a park in Santa Clarita.
Youthful energy was on full display on Saturday at the second annual Santa Clarita YOUth Sports Festival in Central Park on Bouquet Canyon Road. Sports of all varieties - from the traditional fare of basketball and football to the on-the-fringe variety such as disc golf - were available for youngsters to experience.
Parents and students were warned of a man annoying students near Hart High School today, a spokeswoman for the William S. Hart Union High School District said.
Local sheriff's detectives are investigating their second case of grand theft involving copper in less than two weeks after $2,000 worth of copper wiring was stolen from a construction site in Castaic this week.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jonah Hill is winning points for what appears to be a sincere apology for hurling a gay slur at a paparazzo he says was harassing him.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Cable cars, light- rail trains and buses were running again on Thursday as transit officials in san Francisco sought confirmation from drivers involved in a three-day sickout that they were actually dealing with health issues.
Seven students from College of the Canyon's medical lab technician program will take part in a pinning ceremony tonight.
NEW YORK (AP) â" California Chrome's bid for the Triple Crown on Saturday is likely to boost TV ratings and, if he wins, create a star for a sport that could badly use one.
The Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers announced today that Philip Solomon is taking over as the new chief executive officer of the organization. Solomon has served as Samuel Dixon's chief operating officer for the past two years and has a long history working for non-profits.
COLLEVILLE-SUR-MER, France (AP) - Ceremonies to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day are drawing thousands of visitors to the cemeteries, beaches and stone-walled villages of Normandy this week, including some of the few remaining survivors of the largest sea-borne invasion ever mounted.
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - For the Calder family, the "Frozen" frenzy began when the Disney movie came out in late 2013 and they took their 7-year-old daughter Caroline to see it in the theater.
IMPERIAL, Calif. (AP) - A Marine Corps official says the military is working on a plan to help three displaced families whose homes were damaged when one of its jets slammed into a neighborhood in the small Southern California desert city of Imperial.
A look back at the crimes reported in the Newhall area last week.
WARREN, Mich. (AP) - General Motors says a pattern of incompetence and neglect, not a larger conspiracy or cover-up, is to blame for a long-delayed recall of defective ignition switches.
MONCTON, New Brunswick (AP) - A man suspected of killing three Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers was spotted three times Thursday but has so far eluded a massive manhunt in the normally tranquil east coast city of Moncton, police said.
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) - A dragon fish with intricate, maze-like markings on every scale, a frog with rough, chocolate-colored skin and a ginger plant are among more than two dozen flora and fauna species found in Myanmar since it emerged from a half-century of military rule and isolation.