Dr. Mehran Abbassian is a dentist when he's not golfing. He bought a house in West Ridge, next to the Tournament Players Club at Valencia. He also made sure it was near his work. Dr. Mehran Abbassian is a golfer when he's not fixing people's teeth. "The reason I moved there is because I love golf," he said. If he walks to work, his five-minute morning commute takes him on foot across the golf course ...
Second story in "The Big Picture," The Signal's series looking at plans for growth in the Santa Clarita Valley. Today, the focus is on general plans and how population projections change. Click here for the rest of the stories.
The Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons presents the musical "South Pacific," with students combining their talents under the direction of adjunct theater director Andrea Slominski.
Career fair at COC College of the Canyons is hosting an Job and Career Fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Canyon Country campus, 17200 Sierra Highway. More than 30 employers are expected to attend. The last job fair on Sept. 24 drew hundreds of jobseekers. Call (661) 362-3286 or email email@example.com for more information. City planning study session The City Council and Planning Commission are hosting a joint study session at ...
College of the Canyons officials named Paul Wickline chair of the theater department. He will also produce the 2008-09 student theater season.
Juan Carlos Ardila swings his five-year-old son, Kyle Ardila, as they spend time together at the Santa Clarita Literacy and Arts Festival Saturday morning at William S. Hart Park.
Eleven-year-old Drew Sifers was stunned as he looked at the big glowing tree with red and silver ornaments dangling from the branches.
Night construction crews work on the corner of Valencia and Creekside on Thursday. The ongoing construction on Valencia Boulevard will cause street closures at night through the start of the New Year.
If all goes to plan, Santa Clarita Valley drivers will be able to use the eight-and-a-half mile cross-valley connector roadway linking Canyon Country and Valencia as early as 2010, a city official said Friday.
Senior Garrett Steadman stood in front of seven classmates and six community business volunteers to present the findings of his semester-long career exploration experience.
Legislators across California lined up to take sex out of massage parlors. The California Legislature recently passed Senate Bill 731, which passes massage therapy regulation over to the state. Two local legislators found themselves on different sides of the issue. The bill is about more than state regulation, it's about cleaning up the tarnished reputation of the massage industry, said Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita. Smyth was the lone vote in favor of SB 731. ...
More than two years after the Hart district transferred $6.6 million in Measure V funds between accounts without proper documentation, an accounting firm found all bond expenditures from the fiscal year 2005-06 were appropriate.
Fine wine, hot music, cold beer and good weather drew a record crowd to the fourth annual Loose Goose Wine Festival over the weekend, an event official said.
A man charged with four theft-related felonies for allegedly using his girlfriend's credit card to run up thousands of dollars in purchases was expected to appear in court today.
Golfers are back on the green at Tournament Players Club at Valencia following a couple of weeks of necessary seeding.
SANTA CLARITA - College of the Canyons Cougar Stadium will be temporarily closed effective Monday, June 17, as the college embarks on a several-weeks long artificial turf replacement and track resurfacing project.
In anticipation of a high-danger fire season Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich reminds residents preparing to celebrate the Fourth of July, that fireworks of any kind are illegal in Los Angeles County unincorporated communities and in many of its 88 cities.
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Sacramento, Calif. – The California Department of General Services (DGS) today announced the successful sale of the state's Los Angeles Civic Center parcel. The approximately 1.9 acre surplus state property, located at 1st St. and Broadway, was sold to the City of Los Angeles for approximately $7.5 million. The Los Angeles City Board of Recreation and Parks plans to turn the property into a park, as it currently sits adjacent to "Grand Park" in Los ...
Bolstered by funds from the recent Proposition 30 sales and income tax hikes, College of the Canyons has added a new summer school session with more than 100 courses to its catalog.
Standing at attention, Master Sgt. David Stratton of the Young Marines fought a smile of pride and shook his father's hand as he graduated from the Santa Clarita Valley unit of the national coed organization.
What better way to spend Father's Day than to run with your 11-year-old son on a Sunday morning, only to hobble breathless over the finish line after him?
Firefighters knocked down a brush fire near the Paradise Ranch Mobile Home Park in less than two hours Sunday afternoon thanks to a swift cooperative effort between two local fire agencies, a fire station captain said.
One person was injured in a motorcycle crash east of Quail Lake Sunday morning, prompting fire officials to dispatch a rescue helicopter to the scene near Lake Hughes, a Fire Department official said.
About 50 people packed into a meeting room at the Santa Clarita Activities Center Saturday for a town hall meeting on the ongoing chloride compliance issue held by Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita.
Central Park became a parking lot Saturday as a variety of vehicles from emergency responders and local companies were lined up and on display for the first "Touch-A-Truck" event to benefit the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center.
Firefighters attended to a small fire that charred brush near the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 north of Castaic Road in Castaic on Saturday.
The city roads department will shut down a street in Newhall this week to improve curbs, gutters and sidewalks and add wheelchair accessibility to the area.
When Santa Clarita Valley residents turn on their taps, the water that comes out is rated A-quality - clean and problem-free.
While questions continue to swirl about the legal address of censured Saugus Union School District board member Stephen Winkler, those issues may not be enough to remove him from office, an official said Friday.