I just wanted to write a letter to urge you to inform our city about our public schools.
Move over, Vermont. There's a new entry to glorious fall foliage.
I am profoundly saddened by the news that the Betty Ferguson Foundation is closing its doors, but thrilled that I had the opportunity to be part of BFF/Mes Amies for many years.
On Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center will host an important event aimed at ensuring safety for local transit riders with disabilities.
Dianne Curtis, president of Zonta International and a member of the Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley, was recently awarded the Minerva Award in the Hall of the Capitol in Rome, Italy. Curtis, who lives in Santa Clarita, is the first American to receive the prestigious international award.
Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Health Foundation has announced that Andrei Nikitin is the new director of development. Andrei brings more than 12 years of broad fund development experience to the Foundation.
Spencer Lindsay and Kel Valentine from the Bill Hart Boy Scout District, Troop 607, recently were honored for receiving their Eagle rank.
Jazmin Treadway, of Canyon Country, has always believed in the power of positivity.
Are you ready for Christmas yet? The New Year? Have you visited Santa? Have you seen all the glorious holiday decor around the Santa Clarita Valley? Look for The Signal's Holiday Light Tour Escape edition on Friday where you'll find all the best places to view the beauty of the holidays.
Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry remained hospitalized at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center on Saturday, but his condition is gradually improving and he is more responsive, city spokeswoman Gail Ortiz said.
As a business grows, challenges, opportunities and problems arise. Whether the business can successfully deal with these issues as they pop up is the determinant of survival and growth.
Twenty-five billion dollars! That is California's current stated deficit.