For some people, 25 years is a long time. But it's a very short period of time for a city. Many of this nation's largest cities have taken decades to develop.
SACRAMENTO - Gov. Jerry Brown gave citizens of Santa Clarita a mini state of the union speech during a stop at a Sacramento restaurant Monday night where they were dining during a two-day lobbying trip.
Although the state and region have many inherent positive attributes that give it a long-term economic edge, any significant uptick in short-term growth will not happen for at least a year, economists speaking at a regional conference said.
For quite a while, editors at The Signal have been fending off accusations by some readers of our website, saying we are against freedom of speech because we have been deleting some readers' comments on stories because of violations of our commenting policy.
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When The Signal made the decision to publish five days instead of seven days, it was decided that Saturday, rather than Sunday, was the best day to deliver The Signal weekend newspaper to readers.
A larger "Weekender" edition of The Signal featuring several well-read sections of the newspaper, as well as the addition of new features, will debut Saturday, May 2.
SACRAMENTO - Two experts on the marijuana industry told a delegation of Santa Clarita Valley business and community leaders Tuesday that the state needs to be ready for the possible legalization of recreational marijuana use in the next few years.
SACRAMENTO - A Santa Clarita Valley community delegation heard two very different visions of California's high-speed rail plan on Tuesday - one a grand vision to bring parts of the state closer together and another an expensive boondoggle that will financially ruin generations to come.
SACRAMENTO - The environment in Sacramento is "night and day" compared to what it was like two years ago when he spoke with a delegation from the Santa Clarita Valley, State Treasurer John Chiang told a similar group Monday night in the state capital.
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