Suddenly, it's cool. In a matter of days, the Santa Clarita Valley has seen a transformation from summer-like 90-degree highs to cool, cloudy conditions. This change is the result of the presence of a strong area of low atmospheric pressure covering Southern California. Zones of high and low pressures typically move in a pattern from the west to the east, said John Makevich, a College of the Canyons instructor who specializes in earth science and ...
As Castaic drivers adjust to the new traffic circle in their community along The Old Road at the Hasley Canyon Road overpass, one road warrior worries bicyclists might have a tough time.
Vasquez High School became the scene of a realistic demonstration Thursday when the school hosted its "Every 15 Minutes" program to show students the consequences of drinking and driving.
The Hart School District, SCV School and Business Alliance, and College of the Canyons are among the sponsors of SCV's second Annual Discovering Careers program.
Celebrate the Week of the Young Child 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at the Valencia campus of College of the Canyons, which will be free and feature age-appropriate activities. Free. Info: Wendy Ruiz (661) 362-3510 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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An ambitious 21-point economic development plan drawn up as a response to the faltering national economy and decreased local sales tax revenue will be presented to the city council Tuesday.
Local sanitation department officials have been told by the state that they must clean up a mess the state helped create, a Sanitation Districts official said.
Concerns over possible tainted bottles of water sent La Mesa Junior High School students to the hospital Thursday.
Mongols and Vagos. Not familiar with those two outlaw motorcycle gangs? They're at least two reasons local lawmen are concerned about the future of a local restaurant's ability to host its weekly "bike night." For the better part of the past decade, Route 66 Classic Grill in Canyon Country has hosted a Wednesday bike night, drawing several hundred motorcyclists every week between April and October. While a live band rocks out in the parking lot, ...
City Manager Ken Pulskamp is hoping the City Council signs off Tuesday on a sweeping 21-point economic development plan drawn up as a response to the faltering national economy and lower local sales-tax revenue.
The Santa Clarita Assembly of the Knights of Columbus will host its fifth annual golf tournament in memory of Jack Dunn Friday, April 24, at 12 p.m. to benefit the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.
Commuters who rely on Metrolink for transportation could soon be faced with an increase in fares. The board that oversees Metrolink will vote on whether to strap riders with a 4.5-percent fare increase on Friday.
Saugus Union School District will delay the opening of West Creek Elementary School until at least July 2010 because of a projected low enrollment for the nearly completed school, district officials said Wednesday. "For us to be fiscally responsible, we need to have a minimum amount of students in that area," said Judy Umeck, board president.
His first words were, "I do it." That can-do sentiment marks the way Cameron Lutges, 7, approaches life in spite of his physical challenges.
This week in Zone-4 Saugus we again only had two reported Part-1 Crimes. There was a commercial burglary to a business in the 26200 block of Bouquet Canyon Road between Sunday, 08/23/13 and Wednesday, 08/26/13. Unknown suspect(s) cut the fence to the storage at the location and stole two solar blankets.
Nearly 5,400 firefighters continue to battle six major wildfires burning across California. While a majority of the large wildfires are burning on federal land, CAL FIRE and local fire departments continue to support the US Forest Service.
Shield HealthCare in Santa Clarita announced its 13th annual story contest "What Makes Caregiving Rewarding?"
With triple-digit temperatures forecast through the weekend, county health officials are warning of the dangers of excessive heat in the Santa Clarita Valley.
SANTA CLARITA - The sign out front still says Emblem Elementary School, but the newly reopened and rebranded Emblem Academy is quite a bit different than what existed when the school closed its doors more than two years ago.
On August 30, 2013, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputies from Parks Bureau stopped a male adult who was driving a vehicle on the roadway adjacent to Castaic Lake Park for a traffic violation.
Washington-Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today announced her support for SB 4, a California State Senate bill sponsored by State Senator Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills) to establish regulations for hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and acidization of underground oil and gas formations.
The problem with disaster preparation is it can be so darned overwhelming, Santa Clarita emergency management supervisor Donna Nuzzi admits.
The Signal asked Santa Clarita emergency management Supervisor Donna Nuzzi and Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management Director Jeff Reeb what they consider the six most important things to do to prepare for disaster. Here's what they said.