Please allow me to introduce myself to the community. I am Silvia Gutierrez, the new executive director for Bridge to Home.
It is past time for the Santa Clarita City Council to take action on two major issues.
In spite of our sometimes thinking that our society is self-centered and uncaring, we still have individuals who are courageous, caring, and possess integrity.
I've never submitted a letter to the editor, or even involved myself in politics publicly, but the situation in the 25th Congressional District has compelled me to do so for the first time.
The weather folks are predicting the appearance of La Nina this winter, which means low rainfall and low snow pack.
I wish to respond to The Signal letter to the editor published April 8 from Geraldine Currie of Valencia entitled "The cost of living keeps on rising."
On Tuesday, April 7, a proposal was put forth to Santa Clarita's Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission concerning a new monument honoring Santa Clarita Valley soldiers who gave the ultimate sacrifice - their lives - fighting for freedom.
Donald Trump has never been my candidate of choice but that doesn't mean I swallow all of the negative things being said about him.
As a six-year employee of Highway Self Storage I have seen people come and go, including homeless people who need to store clothes and personal items.
Why is Castaic Lake Water Agency moving to acquire Newhall County Water District? Newhall County Water District has been a successfully managed water district for 60 years.
The Signal's recent staff editorial (Our View: Muddy Waters, April 9) was an ambush on a man who did the right thing and took the high road. Jerry Gladbach, a member of the Local Agency Formation Commission, or LAFCO, elected by the special districts across Los Angeles County, is also an elected member of the Castaic Lake Water Agency Board.
It was dark and cold, and I'm old. But since I don't own a cellphone and couldn't call for help when my motorcycle broke down on Interstate 5, I decided to push it to the off-ramp and then coast downhill home.
I think it is a great idea to honor our Vietnam veterans ("Commission to consider veterans monument," April 6 in The Signal).
There cannot be a more devastating tragedy than a preventable death of a person of any age. But one of a child makes it even more heartbreaking.
While penning my letter to the editor of The Signal entitled "SCV political chairs" (published Friday in The Signal), I made the terrible error of assuming that Cameron Smyth lives in the state's 21st Senate District and would have been eligible to fill the seat held by Sharon Runner.
OK, headline reads "Opioid crisis" (A1 of the July 14 Signal). I'm not even going to read it. Enough!
Again we have another wonderful article by Rick Jensen ("Left-wing legal atrocity," July 14 in The Signal).
There are discussions in the Santa Clarita Valley about LAX expansion. In my opinion, expanding LAX causes more congestion on feeder freeways, especially the I-405 ...
Gov. Jerry Brown's projected giant water tunnels for ONLY $15.7 billion for two pipes at 35 miles?
I have read so many negative reviews about Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital that when I had to go to the emergency room for a kidney ...
I don't often agree with Gary Horton's opinion column, but "America must face its flaws honestly" (July 13 in The Signal) was one ...
Would just like to give a shout-out to all those voters in the Santa Clarita Valley who saw through the "smoke and mirrors" scam perpetrated ...
I just read Gary Horton's column "America must face its flaws honestly" published in the July 13 Signal. I had a few thoughts about ...
Please bring back the red light cameras!
Moving to Valencia about 30 years ago, we instantly took full advantage of our paseo system. My wife, Alice, and I have enjoyed our favorite ...
I just read an article regarding Mark Ridley-Thomas' proposed three-cents-per-square-foot parcel tax proposal, and I almost passed out.
This letter is in response to your article on the tragic death of Riley (July 9, "Owners question pet's death at boarding facility," A3 ...
Three cheers for Jonathan Kraut! His July 5 column in The Signal, "Representative government?" was the best piece on the political scene in America that ...
This letter is in response to Krista Daly's article in The Signal July 8, "Parking problems at Saugus High" (A1).
It has been 39 years since I ran with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, on July 7 and 8, 1977. Little did I know at ...