Andrea Nelson Pohlot, co-founder of SCV-Family, the parent company of SCVMomsBlog.com, is leaving the company to pursue an exciting new opportunity and launch her own consulting business.
The city of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station will host a "Safe and Secure Collection Event" at College of the Canyons' main campus in Valencia on Oct. 16 from 9 a.m to 3 p.m.
The city of Santa Clarita will increase the frequency of street sweeping throughout all areas of the city beginning Oct. 25.
The Fil-Am Association of SCV, Inc. hosts its annual Academic Program workshop Oct. 23 from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. as part of the organization's mission to engage, promote, preserve and maintain Filipino heritage.
As usual, Uncle Earl wants to share his opinions on the ballot propositions for our upcoming election. So, pencil in hand, I furiously scribbled down his comments:
Canyon Country library users must be furious. The county and city are playing power games, resulting in the Canyon Country library staying closed and with taxpayers' money in limbo.
Well, the Santa Clarita City Council has opened Pandora's box. Now that the city has decided to go with a for-profit library system, which will not take over until next year, the county has logically decided - and rightly so - that it will not spend any more money finishing the re-remodeling of the Canyon Country library. It was supposed to reopen this fall.
For many years, I have listened to and read about various murder trials, sentencing and death-row fights to save the defendants who have been put on death row to await their fate.
Four years can change a lot. At least that's what state Sen. Tony Strickland is banking on in his race to be elected California's top money manager.
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.
HOLLYWOOD -- On the day when rock icon John Lennon would have become a septuagenarian, thousands of fans from around the world gathered to remember the floppy-haired lad from Liverpool who just wanted to give peace a chance.
"Now, this needs to be kept secret until I file the lawsuit and the city is served," said the gravelly voice of Don Ricketts through the telephone, with a conspiratorial tone that I knew revealed a twinkle in his eye.
In The Signal's article on Save Our Library's suit to block privatization of the libraries ("City sued over libraries," Oct. 5), the city attorney assured the public that the proposed contract with Library Systems & Services LLC (LSSI) will fully protect library patrons' privacy.
Regarding "Boxer and Fiorina are a study in opposites," Oct. 3: I'm not sure how Roger Gitlin attained op-ed column status in your Sunday edition, but so it goes. However, I cannot allow his support for Carly Fiorina (for U.S. Senate) to go unanswered.
With everything from nationally ranked academic programs to effective career education opportunities and college placement services, Hart district students are afforded every opportunity to excel in an increasingly competitive academic environment.
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.