The Signal editorial column in the Oct. 14 edition names several advantages of living in our community and a couple of problems that need attention. May I suggest an additional improvement that need to be addressed?
On Veterans Day, we take a few moments to remember the service and sacrifice of American veterans.
Throughout the journey of our lives, we all have various milestones, which is exactly how James Madia saw his 50th birthday. It's his check-in point to ensure he's followed the proper path and arrived at his destination, which is to be in incredible shape at the age of 50.
In a place as family-friendly as the Santa Clarita Valley, it's sometimes easy to forget that there are many here who are struggling to have functioning and successful home lives and raise children without the help of a significant other. But in these cases, Single Mothers Outreach is here to help.
Platinum Pets was launched in March 2010 by owner Mark Kier.
Tuesday, Oct. 25
AMS Fulfillment Services announced it is welcoming its second group of people Monday, Oct. 24 in an ongoing partnership with Pleasantview Industries, an organization that has served the developmentally disabled adults in Santa Clarita since 1969.
Thinking I would impress my wine-snob friends by serving some French pinot noir (which, as I'm sure all of us already know, is actually red Burgundy wine), I bought a case of Red Bicyclette.
Two Lancaster residents were arrested in connection with a drive-by shooting in Canyon Country that is believed to be gang related.
Deputies responded to a three-car collision that occurred on Bouquet Canyon Road near Central Park today just after 5 p.m.
A multiple-vehicle traffic collision backed up the northbound Interstate 5 around 4:30 p.m. today.
A Saugus man charged with child molestation pleaded not guilty today in San Fernando Superior Court for allegedly attacking an 11-year-old boy in a mall restroom this week.
Hart district board members honored 20 school employees for their dedication and contributions to the William S. Hart Union High School District.
Three people are to be the first ones ever inducted into the College of the Canyons Hall of Fame Oct. 28 during an on-campus inaugural luncheon, college officials announced today.
The Santa Clarita City Council will consider Tuesday night awarding a $606,000 contract to landscape the on- and off-ramps of Interstate 5 at Lyons Avenue, according to a staff report.
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.