Tuesday's special election to fill the state Senate's 17th District seat formerly held by Republican George Runner has come and gone, and it's no surprise to anyone in this largely Republican pocket of California that his wife, Sharon, is headed to Sacramento to take his place.
At a time when many Americans may be worried about losing their jobs, ongoing financial strains or even the possibility of bankruptcy and losing their home, stress may be taking a heavy toll on their health.
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Trinity Classical Academy took advantage of its size advantage Friday night at The Master's College to defeat the Academy of Careers and Exploration 56-45 in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division VIA playoffs.
It has been five years since the Santa Clarita Christian boys soccer team last made the postseason.
I remember when I first bought a home in a development that had a homeowners association. I was a little leery of the possible restrictions, having grown up where our neighbors didn't mind if we shot rabbits and squirrels on our front lawn.
Michael Fields is the new director of the California State Summer School for the Arts, a yearly program held at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia. Fields was appointed to the role following the death of longtime director Robert Jaffe.
Online registration for summer session at California State University, Northridge begins March 28.
Manuel Denault waits for the clock to strike 10:30 every weekday morning.
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Beginning this July, the city of Santa Clarita will assume responsibility for management of our three local libraries: Newhall, Canyon Country and Valencia.
NorthPark Community Church members traveled to Ensenada, Mexico, to help families in need for the last three years.
Wayne Muhaffey, of Canyon Country, was the Santa Clarita Valley's grand-prize winner in the national Pigskin Pick 'Em football contest, staged by Upickem.com and sponsored locally by The Signal, Caston's TV and Appliance, and the Auto Spa Car Wash. Muhaffey (left) picked up his prize, a 42" LCD flat-screen HDTV, at Caston's in Newhall this week from Rick Caston (right), son of owner Jerry Caston.
Caption of the Week: "Ca ... ca ... ca ... ca ... can you hear me now?"
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.