More than 50 Santa Clarita Valley teachers will be honored Wednesday during the Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation's annual Teacher Tribute.
The county's top executive Monday unveiled a $23.3-billion Los Angeles County budget that promises to protect jobs by avoiding layoffs and furloughs.
Santa Clarita's famous oak tree, Old Glory remains in good health seven years after its quarter-mile move.
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A San Fernando Superior Court judge today called a recess until Monday, April 25, in the murder trial of Marco Antonio Valencia, 22, of Canyon Country. Valencia is on trial for murder for a July 2009 alleged drunken driving accident in which he struck four bicyclists, killing one.
Santa Clarita residents remember onetime SCV Woman of the Year Ruth Clark as a selfless volunteer at numerous nonprofit organizations throughout the valley. Clark died April 15. She was 81.
First of all, I would like to commend The Signal for printing Dr. Bruce Hector's Letter to the Editor, "Universal health care is most fair choice (April 16)," and realizing what a very profound and astute message that the doctor expounded on, and had the good sense to submit the letter to the newspaper for one and all to read.
How is golf like financial planning, and why do so many people have a difficult time with both?
Here is my response to Dr. Bruce Hector's April 16 Letter to the Editor, in which he states that universal-coverage Medicare for all is the most fair and cost-effective choice.
Film and TV productions bring revenue and jobs to Santa Clarita. You might run into a film crew any day. Here are productions that are currently shooting in town:
Jews around the world including the Santa Clarita Valley cleaned their houses, cars and offices Monday and cooked furiously in last-minute preparations for the weeklong holiday of Passover, which began at sundown Monday and marks the biblical story of the Israelites' exodus from Egypt.
Authorities say a 15-year-old girl who was struck and killed by a car on the Antelope Valley Freeway near Acton walked into the path of an oncoming car.
Starting this Earth Day, April 22, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will launch a series of 50 stories for 50 consecutive weekdays that will explore the many ways accelerating climate change is impacting or may impact fish and wildlife across America. No geographic region is immune.
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.