An effort for the environment met school spirit when Fair Oaks Ranch Community School organized its second Curbside Recycling event on Nov. 19.
In their letters to the editor, Virginia Stewart ("Buck, I'm counting on you," Nov. 13) and Derrick Coy ("Send a message," Nov. 13) advocate Obamacare from two different angles.
With all the letters to the editor published in The Signal and all the hype about the Nov. 3, 2009 election, the voter turnout bombed in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Regarding the essays written by 5th graders in the "Zone for Kids" section of the Dec. 1 edition, the subject of which was: "What holiday tradition do you celebrate?"
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Cartoonist Mark Cell put it very well. Here is the common-sense overview of why thoughtful people do not want the government in our health care.
Families who are part of the Santa Clarita Autism Asperger Network (SCAAN) hosted a Sport-a-Thon and Family Fun Day at the Castaic Sports Complex in November. The event featured performances from the Saugus High School choir and activities and games for children.
Legacy Christian Academy families participated in this year's Operation Christmas Child with more than 300 boxes for distribution to children in impoverished and war-torn countries.
Vasquez Canyon Road will be closed Tuesday for several hours for construction, officials said.
Performing arts programs in the Wm. S. Hart Union High School District schedule a number of events and programs throughout the year that are open to the public at little or no cost. Reservations may be required for some of the more popular events or those in smaller venues. Call the sponsoring school for further information.
The William S. Hart Union High School District is known for the quality of its music programs, and this year is no exception. All six district high schools have qualified for the Marching Band Championships hosted by the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association, the first time all six schools have made it through the rigorous qualification process.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration took a major step Monday toward imposing the first federal limits on climate-changing pollution from cars, power plants and factories, declaring there was compelling scientific evidence that global warming from man-made greenhouse gases endangers Americans' health.
The announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency was clearly timed to build momentum toward an agreement at the international conference on climate change that opened Monday in Copenhagen, Denmark. It signaled the administration was prepared to push ahead for significant controls in the U.S. if Congress doesn't act first on its own.
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) -- Dozens of survivors of Pearl Harbor on Monday solemnly remembered those who died in the Japanese aerial assault 68 years ago as a top Navy commander said their bravery laid the foundation for the subsequent U.S. victory in World War II.
About 2,000 servicemen and women and members of the general public joined the survivors. The crowd looked out on the spot where the USS Arizona sank in the first minutes of the attack, killing 1,177 people. Almost 1,000 people are still entombed on the battleship.
The county of Los Angeles Department of Public Works (Public Works) has scheduled a full closure for Vasquez Canyon Road for Tuesday, Dec. 8, between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.,
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.