The good news is, the Hart district took a step Wednesday toward making a Castaic high school a reality.
It took more than 10 years of advocacy, but Santa Clarita is finally on track to get something it sorely needs: a new county courthouse.
On Wednesday, the Hart district board is scheduled to officially pick one, two or maybe three pieces of property as potential sites for a high school in Castaic.
Tuesday's election reminded us of a recent letter to the editor which asked, in essence, "Do you mean to say I need to read The Signal to know what's going on in the Santa Clarita Valley?"
We are a nation built upon the sacrifices of soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines. At the end of the day, that is the bloody truth, and no espousing of political ideologies either pro- or anti-war can change it. From the sands of Iwo Jima to the deserts of Iraq, from the bitter cold of Korea to the jungles of Vietnam, our fellow Americans have served selflessly, many paying the ultimate price. We owe much to ...
Voters across the Santa Clarita Valley go to the polls Tuesday to decide which candidates will steer their schools into the next decade.
When it comes to the Castaic Union School District election, there's one 800-pound gorilla in the room.
Voters in West Ranch, Castaic and Tesoro del Valle will make an important decision Nov. 3, perhaps the most important decision anyone in the Santa Clarita Valley has been asked to make since 1987, when local residents formed their own city.
Rarely is a decision so difficult as the one facing voters in the Santa Clarita Community College District.
Voters in the William S. Hart Union High School District face a tough choice Nov. 3. They must select from an enthusiastic group of five hard-running candidates to fill three open seats.
It's almost time to cast your vote We've got an election coming Nov. 3, and roughly half of all ballots will be cast long before then. Absentee ballots, aka vote-by-mail ballots, account for an increasing share of the tally. You can expect an application for a vote-by-mail ballot to arrive soon if it's not already in your mailbox. You'll be asked to make choices on the William S. Hart Union High School and Santa Clarita ...
Local voters have a mixed bag of decisions to make Nov. 3. Some will be easy, others not so easy.
Anyone watching the political gamesmanship in Sacramento has seen it sink to a new low this month.
Going into Wednesday's town hall meeting concerning the re-striping of Decoro Drive, it seemed self-interest may have been the reigning sentiment.
Is your business teetering on the brink? Wondering how you'll make payroll next month? Considering layoffs and trying to picture how you'll survive without staff?
Despite the recent news that jobless rates are falling, these are still difficult times. Nearly everyone agrees at some level that America is still struggling economically but why and what should we do?
Last week the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District released two big binders full of information about four different plans for removing chloride from the Santa Clara River.
We here in the Santa Clarita Valley tend to elect fiscally prudent local government leaders whom we expect to be responsible with our hard-earned tax money.
A recent announcement by the U.S. Forest Service about altering its approach to fighting fires has caught our attention albeit for reasons different than theirs.
Our Founding Fathers in their profound wisdom created a constitutional government whose central document intended not to grant people power but to protect them from it. The formation of a checks and balances system between the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches stipulated separate powers that would protect each from the power of the other two.
Santa Clarita received some disappointing news last week: A brand-new conference center that could help put the city on the business and tourism map would cost up to $27.5 million to build - not including the cost of land to put it on.
We're all in this together when it comes to freeway traffic. It seems to get worse and worse. There's not enough money to build more efficient freeways and when there's money it takes years and years to complete improvements.
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