Todd and Renee Anderson, of Saugus, celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary on Aug. 13. The former Renee Richard married Todd Anderson on Aug. 13, 1983, in Winnetka.
July 4, 2009 Ryan Eduardo Hernandez Samudio, 7lbs., 7oz., son of Stefanie Samudio of Canyon Country. July 6, 2009 Kira Jean Howard, 7lbs., 13oz., daughter of Melanie and Chris Howard of Quartz Hill. July 7, 2009 Daniel C. Andrew, 9lbs., 7oz., son of Nicholle and Brian Andrew of Canyon Country. July 10, 2009 Julian Joel Lopez, 6lbs., 5oz., son of Irene and Juan Lopez of Castaic. July 15, 2009 Matthew Matus, 7lbs., ...
Justin Molina, of Santa Clarita, worked on a team of summer interns who won the International Creative Video Competition hosted by the American Pavilion at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
The Heritage Haunt and Pumpkin Festival is a nonprofit haunt to raise funds for the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society.
Ian Andrew Hunter Kakumu, a recent graduate from the Virginia Military Institute was awarded a bachelor of arts degree in psychology.
California Highway Patrol responded to two separate fatal incidents Friday night and early Saturday morning.
Local fire and sheriff's units responded to calls of a possible downed helicopter Friday afternoon north of Hasley Canyon Road in Castaic.
A man wanted for murder in the San Fernando Valley was being held Friday at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station.
After 24 years of teaching and administrative work, Denise Davis has taken over the reins as principal at Castaic Elementary School.
Be The Match collected samples from the Jewish community because they are underrepresented on the registry.
Friendly Valley service Who: Pastor Stan Fix at the Friendly Valley Community Church (United Methodist) What: Fix's message is entitled "A God Who Loves to Give," based on the Lord's prayer, Luke 11:1-13. Special music will be presented by Chandler Shaw. Join us for fellowship and coffee after the service. All are welcome. Invite a "FRAN" - a friend, relative, acquaintance or neighbor. When: 10 a.m. Sunday Where: 19246 Avenue of the Oaks in Newhall ...
California lawmakers have made several changes to individual income tax rates and collection schedules this year in their attempts to close multibillion dollar budget deficits.
Kudos to The Mighty Signal for a brilliant as well as comical editorial, "No one goes back to Sacramento" on Aug. 2.
Temple Beth Ami hosts a Shabbat service every summer.
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: Today is Saturday, Aug. 15, the 227th day of 2009. There are 138 days left in the year.
KEN Last weekend West Ranch High School participated in the 10th annual Student Television Network Convention (STN), a broadcast and filmmaking competition, held at the Westin Bonaventure in downtown LA. Although met with harsh time constraints and the competition of over 150 other schools from across the nation, the West Ranch Television crew placed extremely well, taking home 5 awards. Congratulations to Christopher Konecnik, Sydney Malcolm, and Edan Morag for Second Place Commentary; Karina Corona ...
As an American, no matter Republican or Democrat, a trip to the Presidential Inauguration is the thrill of a lifetime.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Corey Perry is following Ryan Getzlaf's lead yet again, sticking the Anaheim Ducks for the long term.
Recently my wife unearthed some old Signal newspapers, one of which contained a letter to the editor I had written. The Signal printed that letter on May 17, 1996.
Maybe you remember when you were a kid and you poured a giant glass of orange juice, and your mother said something like this: "Take it easy! Orange juice is expensive, and you're drinking it like it's water!"
Compulsion against peaceful citizens is immoral. Likewise, extracting taxes for activities that benefit some citizens, but not others, is also immoral.
The tours of the White House have been canceled by the President. How dare he do such a thing?
Rock Club meeting
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A longtime Northern California politician pleaded guilty Monday to a dozen charges that he used campaign donations and taxpayer funds to fuel what he described as a gambling addiction.