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.
Since October, I've tagged myself with a new name, the Cranberry Queen.
As part of the Heritage Haunt festivities, Canyon High School's dance team performed "Alice in Scaryland," a short, contemporary ballet, at the Saugus Train Station.
Valencia High School drama students won first place in the musical category "American Experience," with their medley from Westside Story, in the annual Drama Teachers Association of Southern California Fall Festival held in October.
Peachland Preschool students got a surprise when College of the Canyons student Damion Rodriguez dressed up as the Jack in the Box restaurant character and visited the children on Oct. 29. Along with playing games with the kids and posing for photos, Rodriguez brought free tacos for the youngsters.
For the second year in a row, the West Ranch High School band won the Sweepstakes Award at the 27th annual Hart Rampage Marching Band Field Show Tournament in October.
Nancy Gauthier's "GOP must say 'no'" (Nov. 20) found it "A-M-A-Z-I-N-G" that some incoming congressional Republicans allegedly complained that their health insurance coverage would be subject to a 30-day waiting period.
I totally agree with Richard Bussell's recent letter, "A library critic responds" (Nov. 21), in which he noted that roughly 95 percent of items he checks out of a Santa Clarita library come from other county libraries. For me, it is probably about 4 out of 5.
Rick Caston stands near the front of Caston's TV and Appliances in Newhall, where he is hosting a toy drive.
Pie for a Pint blood drive
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Josh Rutledge began the season at Triple-A before the Colorado Rockies recalled him less than three weeks ago. The little-used second baseman came up big in a key situation on Sunday to help them win another series.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Steve Upton thinks of himself more as an "Officer Friendly" than a water cop.
When destination-wedding planner Sandy Malone got married in 2004, there was no Pinterest, no Instagram, Facebook was in its infancy and there were few bridal websites to draw from.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - The Los Angeles Clippers chose not to speak publicly about owner Donald Sterling. Instead, they made a silent protest.
BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) - Heavily armed African and French peacekeepers escorted some of the last remaining Muslims out of Central African Republic's volatile capital on Sunday, trucking more than 1,300 people who for months had been trapped in their neighborhood by violent Christian militants.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Truck drivers who haul cargo in and out of the twin Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach say they plan a two-day strike beginning Monday.
SLOVYANSK, Ukraine (AP) - Pro-Russia insurgents on Sunday freed one of the eight European military observers being held prisoner in eastern Ukraine. Earlier in the day, all eight appeared in public for the first time and, under armed guard, gave assurances they weren't being mistreated.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - Researcher Leonid Moroz emerges from a dive off the Florida Keys and gleefully displays a plastic bag holding a creature that shimmers like an opal in the seawater.
VATICAN CITY (AP) - Two 20th-century popes who changed the course of the Catholic Church became saints Sunday as Pope Francis honored John XXIII and John Paul II in a delicate balancing act aimed at bringing together the conservative and progressive wings of the church.
Regarding Friday night's DUI checkpoint: Here we go again - another traffic checkpoint where a thousand or so drivers will be inconvenienced so one or two people can be cited for a DUI.
A new poll released this week by the Better World Campaign has found that even during this polarizing political time, there is one issue that voters agree on: the U.S. can't go it alone to solve the world's problems.
I think it's great that there are a lot of people running to replace Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon.
I often attend conferences where the attendees are given name tags that boldly announce who they are. This creates a phenomenon rarely seen elsewhere. As we walk the halls of the conference center or hotel, our eyes are fixed on the name tags of those we pass. We're anxious to see if they are "somebody." Is he a well-known speaker?
Now that our city has survived another local election, I thought it would be appropriate to make some comments regarding elections and city hall. After all, things can get pretty exciting, or should I say concerning around election time in Santa Clarita.
I don't do it as often as I should, but one of my favorite tools is asking thought-provoking questions of my clients.