October in the Santa Clarita Valley is celebrated with numerous breast cancer events and fundraisers.
The Canyon Country Advisory Committee will host its monthly meeting tonight, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., in the Banquet Room at Mint Canyon Moose Family Center.
The California Institute of the Arts will showcase its newest open-air music pavilion at 7 p.m. Saturday with the concert, "Strauss, Mozart and Gabrieli Under the Stars."
As part of a benefit for local food bank Help The Children, local residents can bring nonperishable food donations and personal hygiene items to a number of participating grocery stores from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. SCV stores include Albertsons, Food 4 Less, Ralphs, Smart & Final, Whole Foods Market and Vons.
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Oh! For the days when The Signal was our local newspaper with class.
Everyone who lives in a community with a homeowners' association will readily recognize their Joyce Quinn ("Friendly Valley board in hot water," Oct. 18).
From PB&Js to pitas, muffalettas to melts - any way you slice them, sandwiches are one of America's favorite foods. In fact, it is estimated that Americans consume 300 million sandwiches each day.
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.
Shame on Joyce Quinn ("Friendly Valley board in hot water," Oct. 18). Bob Trulik and the Friendly Valley Recreation Board give countless hours to make Friendly Valley a better place to live.
In response to Joyce Quinn's Oct. 18 letter to the editor attacking the Friendly Valley Recreation Association Board members: The temperature of outdoor swimming pools that are controlled by a thermostat will vary with the weather.
Los Angeles County supervisors accepted a $3.5 million federal grant Tuesday that will be used to help pay for construction of a new fire station in Canyon Country.
Every day the owner of a business is focused on finding answers to a single question: What can I do to improve the financial health of this company?
LOS ANGELES (AP) - An arraignment has been postponed for four teens charged with murder in the fatal beating of a University of Southern California graduate student from China.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A broken water main near the UCLA campus spewed water some 30 feet in the air Tuesday, stranding cars and people in underground parking structures and covering parts of campus in ankle-deep water, including the athletic field and the outside of Pauley Pavilion, the school's famed basketball arena.
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - A California man who disappeared after refusing treatment for tuberculosis, which can be contagious and spreads by coughing or sneezing, was found and arrested on charges of refusing to comply with health officials, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Parents want their children to grow up happy, healthy and perfect. There's nothing wrong with that, of course, unless it means putting unfair expectations on children or not holding them accountable for their actions. And while all parents try their best to make sure their children have good childhoods, aren't overindulged and have appropriate amounts of discipline and rewards no one is perfect. Parents will make mistakes (I know, I have) and they'll learn how to be better as time goes by. (Ever notice how differently parents tend to raise youngest children as opposed to oldest children ...
Last week, the following Part 1 crime occurred in Zone 3 Stevenson Ranch:
WASHINGTON (AP) - The price is sky-high, but so is demand. A new $1,000-per-pill drug has become the treatment of choice for Americans with hepatitis C, a liver-wasting disease that affects more than 3 million.
County supervisors agreed Tuesday to set aside money that will go toward buying property to be used as a wildlife corridor in Agua Dulce.
OXNARD, Calif. (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys are taking it easy with Tony Romo's back.
MEXICO CITY (AP) - California Gov. Jerry Brown turned his focus to education and energy Tuesday on the second day of a trip to Mexico, but talk about immigration reform remained high on his agenda.
NEW YORK (AP) - The little blue bird is flying high. Stronger-than-expected financial results pushed Twitter's stock sharply higher on Tuesday after the short messaging service said its revenue more than doubled in the second quarter.
Biologic drugmaker Amgen said Tuesday that it will lay off 12 percent to 15 percent of its worldwide workforce and close four sites, even as it reported very strong second-quarter results that trounced Wall Street expectations.
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Dustin Moskovitz is plotting an escape from email.
SHINGLE SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) - Some firefighters battling a Northern California wildfire that prompted evacuation orders for more than 400 homes before it was brought under control were dispatched to other fires, while evacuation orders for about half of the homes in the path of a blaze in Yosemite National Park were lifted.
CHICAGO (AP) - The NCAA agreed Tuesday to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former college athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing football, hockey, soccer and other contact sports.