Hello, Santa Clarita Valley! Welcome to The-Signal.com's Daybreak, your point of entry for the day, and a quick journey through the past, present and future. Let the adventure begin:
Snow Safety Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes - downhill or cross-country skiing, snowboarding, even toboggans and inner tubes - there's an element of risk. These practical and safety tips from the National Ski Areas Association may help you avoid potentially painful problems. Before You Leave Home Get in shape. Don't try to ski/board yourself into shape. You'll enjoy skiing and boarding more if you're physically fit. Obtain proper equipment. Be sure ...
Heavy rain tapered off, skies cleared sporadically and residents took stock of damage Sunday as a winter storm headed out of Southern California, allowing evacuated homeowners back to their houses.
Former Santa Clarita Valley resident Neshia Brathwaite Farhangi performs her latest comedy bits at the Starting Gate in Los Alamitos on Tuesday, Dec. 15, starting at 8 p.m.
LOS ANGELES (PRNewswire-USNewswire) -- The biggest disaster threat to families across our nation every day isn't floods, wildfires
Once again in 2010, the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center will have IRS/AARP-trained volunteers to complete and file income taxes for seniors at no charge.
Academy of the Canyons graduate Judith Hill, who most recently worked with the late Michael Jackson on his "This Is It" rehearsals, will host her first charity concert on Monday night, Dec. 14 at the historic El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles.
The Castaic Lions Club Santa Float welcomes everyone this holiday season while driving through the Castaic and Val Verde neighborhoods.
Van Thomas Barfoot's story reads like a lost scene from "Saving Private Ryan." Born one-quarter Choctaw, a 21-year-old Barfoot enlisted in the United States Army in 1940. The Mississippi native served in non-combat roles until 1943, when he shipped off to Europe. He landed with the invasion force at Sicily in July and Salerno in September. Early 1944 found him on the beachhead at Anzio - the battle that gave "Gunsmoke's" James Arness his signature ...
Recently, legislators were called back to Sacramento to vote on legislation to make California more competitive for "Race to the Top," a $4 billion federal program announced by President Barack Obama earlier this year to encourage innovation in our public schools.
There are many things that attract us all to the Santa Clarita Valley as a place to call home - great schools, a low crime rate and excellent dining and recreational opportunities.
In a letter to the editor ("Republican candidate already lying, Dec. 7"), Paul Sibek accuses Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman of "peddling falsehoods" with her statements of California's (addictive) overspending while The Signal's editorial staff compounds the assertion entitling it as "Republican candidate already lying."
Last weekend the Canyon High School Thespian Society/Drama Class put on a production called "Flowers for Algernon" by David Rogers, based on the novel by David Keys.
President Barack Obama and many of his followers have dwelled on the past and attempted to blame former President George W. Bush for the country's ills.
Though it is reportedly more unpopular than "Hillarycare" was 20 years ago, the politicians in Washington are working weekends to force through Congress an ill-conceived, un-studied entitlement program.
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.