Soon, water will become the next oil. All around the world large corporations are taking over water rights. Once they are in control, the water is eventually sold back to the community at outrageous prices.
Watching the seventh round of the GOP debates was an eye-opener regarding the way Republican candidates continue to spew their falsehoods.
cle "Councilman takes issue with project" in Wednesday's Signal, Councilman Boydston being opposed to the Laemmle project, and I hope the other council members are not as short-sighted.
I just finished rereading "Let the moviegoers underwrite Laemmle" by Dennis Fuerst that appeared in the Jan. 26 issue of The Signal.
Our local water supplies are a public trust that needs to be managed locally by the ratepayers.
On Tuesday I was minutes behind a horrific accident that happened in front of the CVS store in Granary Square. I was seconds behind the first Sheriff's Department cruiser response.
Regarding Mary Martin's Jan. 26 letter to the editor, "Assisted suicide is competition to hospice care": Mrs. Martin, I am not sure what your letter is actually saying.
I was raised in the 1960s and 1970s. We never had apps back then. We had a rotary phone, and back then parents limited the time spent on said phone.
In 2000 the Castaic Lake Water Agency illegally acquired the Santa Clarita Water Company, and in December 2012, in a lightning-swift action orchestrated behind closed doors, it illegally acquired Valencia Water Co. over the winter holidays with only 24 hours' notice to the public.
Just saw the outstanding movie "Spotlight." Well written, acted and directed. Depicts the Boston Globe's investigation and revelations of a major Boston scandal.
Regarding "Aid-In-Dying guidelines issued" (A-1 Jan. 21 in The Signal), I am not sure if I am relieved to know that (Santa Clarita Valley right-to-die advocate) Christy O'Donnell is in hospice care. She went through a lot to get to this place.
The "Mighty" Signal Editorial Board, in an unusual move, issued a rare back-to-back "Our Views" on January 15th and 16th. One concerned advancing the Laemmle Theatre project in Downtown Newhall, and the other a recent City Council vote on a pay increase headlined "We expect more from leaders."
I am very encouraged to see the recent traffic changes occurring around our valley with the addition of left-turn signals on Decoro Drive.
I went with my wife to watch "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi." I will probably not take my wife to another movie like this because she cried and was emotionally upset.
In response to Friday's "It's time to keep the Lanterman promise" column by Scott Wilk and Tom Lackey, I wholeheartedly applaud their efforts to support adults with developmental disabilities in the Santa Clarita Valley and statewide.
There has been a very serious concern about honking at bike riders and rightfully so.
In the literature of Ancient Greek tragedy, the playwrights would often plot their characters into a corner, an irresolvable situation in which doom was the ...
Since when is it a "crime" to tell the truth?
On CNN, a congressman who personally interviewed Trump supporters, made this comment. "Who is this man" questioning the source of Trump's popularity.
Americans are used to campaign rhetoric during Presidential campaigns that are filled with empty promises. If there is any thing that Americans know about that ...
In reference to "The Signal" article in the April 29 newspaper, I am sick and tired about the water companies telling us how bad the ...
Each time I read Kevin Buck's column, it reminds me of the movie "Groundhog Day." You know the movie where Bill Murray's character ...
In 1955, the founder of Scientology wrote about a practice called "fair game." This outlined ways that the organization would go after its enemies.
Many years ago I dropped my subscription to The Signal because it carried so few articles about our city and surrendered its backbone the day ...
You may or may not have read that recently 16 state attorneys general, including California's own Kamala Harris, as well as U.S. Attorney-General ...
Please, will every reader thoroughly read the Throwback Thursday in The Signal published April 21.
Please allow me to introduce myself to the community. I am Silvia Gutierrez, the new executive director for Bridge to Home.
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 ...
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.
It is past time for the Santa Clarita City Council to take action on two major issues.