Home Instead Senior Care has teamed up with local nonprofits and retailers to bring "Be a Santa to a Senior" to Santa Clarita Valley.
TreePeople, a local environmental organization, hosts its final full moon hike of 2010 on Dec. 21.
Teenagers in the Santa Clarita Valley interested in one day owning their own business have access to a program that allows them to explore this career option to determine if it's right for them.
The Canyon Country Library will re-open in March after the City Council voted this week to approve a deal hatched between city and county officials: The city will spend $622,000 of its own money to complete the county's renovation project there.
Amidst the joy and giving of this holiday season, the sad truth is this: Many people remain in need here in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Jim Horton has it about as wrong as wrong can be in his letter to the editor slamming "big government" for what ails the country ("No 'nanny state'," Nov. 23).
Thanksgiving for seniors
From left, Santa Clarita City Council members Bob Kellar, Laurie Ender, Los Angeles County Fire Chief P. Michael Freeman, Mayor Laurene Weste and City Council members Marsha McLean and Frank Ferry stand in Council Chambers in City Hall after Freeman received the Key to the City during Tuesday night's Santa Clarita City Council meeting. Freeman retired Thursday. Freeman's 16 years leading the Los Angeles County Fire Department partly coincided with the great growth of the Santa Clarita Valley. During that time, the number of fire stations in the SCV increased to 21. Five more stations are slated to ...
In between the Santa Susana and San Gabriel mountains - right at the point that the two ranges meet in the Newhall Pass - lies an important swath of natural area.
The city of Santa Clarita Transit and Metro have partnered to offer a free workshop for disabled riders using mobility devices or scooters on buses.
The new Santa Clarita Street Fair is set to debut on Nov. 27 and 28, and one weekend per month thereafter.
The city of Santa Clarita will host a dedication to acknowledge its recently completed acquisition of 243 acres of the Rodda/Agua Dulce Partners property on Thursday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m.
The Canyon Country library will re-open in March after the Santa Clarita City Council voted this week to approve a deal hatched between city and county officials: the city will spend $622,000 of its own money to complete the county's renovation project there.
While not all Signal readers always agree with opinions voiced in this column, few will disagree that this past Saturday was a stunning autumn day.
Outside of the Newhall Community Center on Monday night, restless children ran around near a long line, asking their parents how long they'd have to wait.
Regarding The Signal's Jan. 6 front-page article, "Burglaries on the rise in SCV this past year," I would like to point out that all is not necessarily as it appears.
I honestly don't believe that Democrats and Republicans will ever sit down and compromise on anything. The simple act of governing for all of the people seems to be impossible.
Editor's note: We asked our newspaper, website and Facebook readers to tell us about their experiences in the Jan. 17, 1994, Northridge earthquake. Here's what they said.
Recently, the community of Santa Clarita has been buzzing over potential billboard removals and the possibility of sign ordinance changes. It began when the Metro Group, who owns the land on which the billboards in question reside, approached the city with a proposal to remove every billboard in the Metro (railroad) right-of-way, within the Soledad Canyon Road and Railroad Avenue corridors, in the center of the city. This amounts to the permanent removal of 118 billboards on 62 structures along the Metro right-of-way in exchange for a change to the current sign ordinance that would allow them to build three ...
The demand for public transportation continues to increase as Americans enjoy the freedoms provided by commuter buses and railways.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Just like the last two postseasons, Jonathan Quick had the St. Louis Blues' number all night.
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - While many of his UCLA teammates struggled with their shooting touch, Norman Powell had little problem getting his shots to fall.
He was at a restaurant by himself for the first time since his wife of 43 years passed away when Lee Ballantyne, 65, of Barrie, Ontario, decided to do something that would make his wife proud.
SALT LAKE CITY - Children born to low income families are more likely to achieve the American dream in Salt Lake City than anywhere else in the United States, according to a recent study.
NEW YORK (AP) - Actor Russell Johnson, who became known to generations of TV fans as "The Professor," the fix-it man who kept his fellow "Gilligan's Island" castaways supplied with gadgets, has died. He was 89.
GLENDORA (AP) - Santa Ana winds that fanned a campfire into a wildfire that destroyed five homes and threatened foothill neighborhoods east of Los Angeles relented Thursday afternoon, halting the blaze in its tracks.
SAN DIEGO (AP) - A San Diego traffic court threw out a citation Thursday against a woman who authorities said was driving while wearing the Google Glass computer-in-eyeglass device.
On Wednesday, January 15, 2014, at approximately 10:05am deputies assigned to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station received a call for service regarding a 42-year-old male who was possibly suicidal. A short time later, the man's vehicle was located (parked) at Sierra Highway and Newhall Avenue. Deputies had reason to believe the man was now traveling on foot headed into an off road / rural area to possibly commit suicide.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Congress edged Thursday toward granting final approval to a $1.1 trillion package financing federal agencies this year, a bipartisan compromise that all but banishes the specter of an election-year government shutdown and underscores lawmakers' fatigue with budget battles.
ISLAMABAD (AP) - A lawyer representing Pakistan's former President Pervez Musharraf in his high treason trial said Thursday that his client needs to go to the U.S. for further medical treatment following a heart scare.