For some, running is a way of life - a hobby that brings peace of mind and a sense of accomplishment. For others, walking is more their speed - a chance to enjoy the great outdoors without pushing the body to extreme limits.
We hear, courtesy of the Public Campaign Action Fund, that Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, has received $400,000 in campaign contributions this year from defense contractors.
I encourage you to vote for Kevin Korenthal for Castaic Lake Water Agency Board of Directors.
In the letter by Matt Diederich that appeared in The Signal last Saturday, Diederich clearly states that the Los Angeles Times declined to endorse Barbara Boxer ("Boxer has accomplished nothing").
I can't help but ponder the question - if Jerry Brown and Gavin Newsom should have to look for real jobs outside of the public sector with all their neat perks, etc. - and have to search in the private sector - what in the world would they do?
I will be voting for Kevin Korenthal for Division One, Castaic Lake Water Agency board.
There has long been discussion and debate on the legalization of illicit drugs. I am pretty sure we've all heard many arguments for and against.
I would like to offer my endorsement for Kevin Korenthal, candidate for Castaic Lake Water Agency board.
More than 1,000 local residents flocked to College of the Canyons on Friday to get their shots in time for this year's flu season.
Saturday, Oct.30 "Hardware store holds final sale"
LOS ANGELES COUNTY – Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich invites all interested equestrians and trail supporters to join him for the annual "Antonovich Trail Duster's" horseback ride on Sunday, Oct. 31, at the Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas.
The Business Technology Center (BTC), one of the premier business technology incubators in the country, operated by the Community Development Commission of the County of Los Angeles, is now a network partner with Microsoft Corporation through their BizSpark Program.
Navigating the world of wine can be intimating to the novice and, sometimes, even to the wine aficionado. We admit, deciphering wine labels when you're selecting wine can be confusing and frustrating.
The Society will appear at The Repertory East Playhouse tonight, Friday, Oct. 29, at 8 p.m. "Prepare yourself to laugh," with family-friendly improvised music, comedy, scenes - the works. If you've seen "Whose Line is it Anyway," you have an idea of what kind of hilarious, energetic comedy team improv can be.
Brad Sergi, a local (New York-transplant) director, writer and actor, will present four, short, original works at the Repertory East Playhouse in Newhall on Saturday, Oct. 30, at 7 p.m. The pieces being performed are in development for future stage and film productions. Two of the shorts have never been seen before, and the other two pieces are rewrites, including Sergi's award-winning one act, "Time To Talk."
On the heels of the "Lie of the Year" about keeping your own health care and the bogus numbers of Affordable Care
A recent letter-to-the editor ("We need more transparency in our elections," April 1 in The Signal) authored by a Democrat, chided Republicans in general and Assemblyman Scott Wilk specifically for the failure to pass "Disclose Act, SB52," purportedly a bill intended to put sunlight on "dark money."
Have you ever encountered this scenario? Someone comes to you with a gripe. There are really mad at you for something and as they begin berating you it is apparent they just don't have the facts.
Many people I know enjoy at least one television reality show that they will admit as being a guilty pleasure. Mine happens to be "Bar Rescue."
Two Santa Clarita Valley hotels got full facelifts for visiting travelers and longer-term guests.
Thousands of people hauled obsolete electronics, unneeded paint and flammable liquids to College of the Canyons on Saturday to take part in an event meant to rid them of the household materials considered too dangerous to go into the normal trash.
PHOENIX (AP) - Adrian Gonzalez must love it when he sees the word "Arizona" on the opposing uniform.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Former Hart Indians player James Shields and the Royals were undone by sloppy defense.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Don't feel bad for Conan O'Brien. Again.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Democratic Rep. Ami Bera has been making a habit lately of bucking his own president and voting with the Republican majority in the House as it moves to amend or overturn parts of the national health care law.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) - With streets still littered in glass and garbage cans overflowing with red cups and bottles, University of California, Santa Barbara students were trying to shake off a lingering hangover from an annual spring party morphed into a raucous and violent blowout.
Outkast reunited onstage after a near decadelong hiatus with a jam-packed set at the Coachella music festival, their first of many performances planned this year.
ORLAND, Calif. - A tractor-trailer already was on fire as it came across a median and crashed into a tour bus, killing 10 people, according to a couple whose car was sideswiped by the big rig.
Wendy Hersh admits, one of the best things about having a Women's Seder is being able to observe and truly enjoy the Passover holiday.