I may be only 22 years of age, but when my parents raised me, they taught me how to respect another human being.
What incredible foresight the Santa Clarita City Council had a decade ago.
Children are amazing in their capacity to awaken the spirit of goodness and generosity in one's soul.
A benefit concert for the family of Jimmy Carl Black, original drummer for Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention, will be staged from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Thousand Trails Campground, 4700 Crown Valley Road in Acton.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzeneggar has signed SB 1608, authored by Senator George Runner (R-Lancaster) and Assemblyman Cameron Smyth (R-Santa Clarita), concluding a two-year bi-partisan effort to improve accessibility for Californians with disabilities and reduce businesses' exposure to expensive litigation over access violations.
Keeping a handle on our lives and time are key to being able to succeed. Many of us make "to-do" lists, but few of us take the time to weigh the things on that list for their relative importance, both professionally and personally.
Our parents were married for 55 years on April 24, 2008.
Although I've contacted The Signal several times regarding misinformation that was printed about my son, the mistakes continue.
The Castaic School District is hosting its fourth annual golf tournament at the Vista Valencia Golf Course today in order to raise funds for student programs.
The veterans got the best of the rookies in the first-ever CIF lacrosse meeting between two Santa Clarita high schools.
CASSELTON, N.D. (AP) - A train carrying crude oil from North Dakota's oil patch derailed Monday near the small town of Casselton, setting off a series of fiery explosions. No injuries were initially reported, but officials were warning residents to stay indoors as the situation unfolded.
NEW YORK (AP) - If the NBA had a Christmas wish, it might be for a different holiday schedule.
While much attention is focused on America's rising financial deficit there may be an even more troubling social trend on the rise. According to a recent AP-GfK poll only one-third of our neighbors think we can be trusted. The fact that we live in an increasingly suspicious society isn't really news to most of us. We've all been taken in by the half-truths and blatant untruths that regularly flow from both Madison and Pennsylvania avenues. But it seems even more insidious when we realize we have good reason not to trust the each other. Apparently, we have ...
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