Local detectives already investigating mail thefts in three Santa Clarita Valley neighborhoods last month have some new cases on their hands with at least two more reports of mail theft, this time in Valencia and Canyon Country.
For the third consecutive month, crews made up of local sheriff's deputies and city workers carried out a sweep of homeless camps in the Santa Clara River bed Monday, this time disrupting four illegal transient camps in Newhall and packing up three tons of trash from one camp alone.
County supervisors will decide Tuesday whether to add College of the Canyons board elections to the county ballot, but the Santa Clarita Valley community college may face an uphill battle to gain approval for the shift.
The City of Santa Clarita will host a "Drug Free Youth in Town" Year End Celebration to highlight the accomplishments made in local schools by members and organizers of the DFYIT program. The event will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, May 4, 2015 at the Santa Clarita Activities Center, located at 20880 Centre Pointe Parkway.
Commuters discovered a stretch of Vasquez Canyon Road shut down Monday morning near Bouquet Canyon Road, then encountered further problems when strong winds knocked over road signs, according to emergency response officials.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) and the City of Palmdale announced today that they have entered into a station-area funding agreement, allowing the city and the Authority to initiate the planning process for the proposed high-speed rail station adjacent to the civic center and the Palmdale Transportation Center (PTC). This agreement allows both parties to study ways to promote economic development, encourage station area development and enhance multimodal connections between the station and the city.
Santa Clarita city officials are urging residents to join the fight against the controversial California high-speed rail project and attend an "emergency" community meeting this evening to voice their opinions and concerns.
Very few filmmakers are able to pitch a pet project to an established film director, let alone someone they admired as a mentor.
Newhall School District officials will hold a pair of public hearings over the next two weeks to explain and get feedback on the recent decision to move to voting areas for its future school board elections.
To really understand someone, as the adage goes, you have to walk a mile their shoes.
The lawyer for a couple whose Santa Clarita Valley daughter was murdered by a man she met at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is refining his wrongful-death lawsuit against AA World Services Inc. following a judge's ruling recently.
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.
The sixth annual Home and Garden Show and Emergency Expo was -at least for one man - refreshing.
Music filled the Santa Clarita Sports Complex on Saturday for the 12th annual Summer Meltdown.
Local sheriff's deputies were looking for two robbery suspects believed armed with a handgun in connection with a robbery in Newhall late Monday afternoon, a sergeant with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station said.
As city and theatre officials move forward with plans to build a Laemmle theatre on an abandoned industrial site in downtown Newhall they may have to deal with underground storage tanks buried there, according to city officials.
Homicide detectives with the Fresno County Sheriff's Office investigating the shooting death of a Santa Clarita Valley man whose body was found a week ago near a San Joaquin Valley highway are finding the slain man had a troubled past.
By Jim Holt
A Canyon Country truck driver wanted for murder in the May shooting death of a Lancaster man and nabbed in New York at a toll booth near the Pennsylvania state line has been brought back to California for trial, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said.
A man was injured and taken to the hospital by private ambulance Monday afternoon following a two-car crash on Sierra Highway near Mirror Way, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Fire Department said.
New additions are coming to the Rotary Garden at the Sports Complex.
Most Valencia Water Company customers are taking positive steps to save water during California's historic drought. A recent canvassing of the service territory found very few cases of water waste or violations of state and local water restriction rules, the company reported.
Local residents are encouraged to provide input on the City of Santa Clarita's 2015 Hazard Mitigation Survey, which will help city officials identify, evaluate and assess ways to lessen the impact of damage during natural disasters. The survey is available online now through Saturday, August 15, 2015.
Work is underway by the City of Santa Clarita to construct new sidewalks where gaps exist along major roadways as part of the City's Sidewalk Gap Closure Project. Earlier this year, the first phase was completed and sidewalk gaps were bridged along the north side of pedestrian-busy Soledad Canyon Road, between Langside Drive and the bridge over the river at Camp Plenty Road. Phase two of the sidewalk project is currently in progress.
Firefighters got the jump on a roadside brush fire near Acton Sunday afternoon, keeping it from spreading beyond a quarter of an acre, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Fire Department said.
A dog injured in a single-vehicle rollover crash in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Smokey Bear Road Sunday hobbled over to the northbound lanes causing a second single-vehicle crash, emergency response officials said.
Santa Clarita officials are revving up work on an annual, multi-million dollar effort to smooth streets citywide.
Santa Clarita Valley residents have a chance next month to get rid of their old computers and hazardous chemicals such as paint thinners and pesticides, city officials announced this week.
Crumbling roads. Exploding power vaults. Rupturing water lines. Infrastructure is in the news a lot these days.