It's Trick or Trunk time.
The city will offer four different themed 'Parkmobile Party Packages' throughout the fall ranging from a surfing to circus party.
The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation will host a community festival at the Castaic Sports Complex Oct. 30 through Nov. 1.
Capelli Salon will be hosting a fundraising event and bake sale as part of pancreatic cancer awareness month. The salon will host a raffle, sell baked goods and purple awareness pins for a $5 donation. The salon also will be offering special hair and scalp treatments for a $20 donation. The event will be held from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Thursday, November 19, during Third Thursdays, a monthly art walk in Old Town Newhall. All proceeds will go to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, for more information go to pancan.org.
The College of the Canyons Foundation has received a donation from Western Filter, a division of Donaldson Company, to establish a scholarship honoring a manager killed in a crash earlier this year.
George Velarde, head of the Physical Education department at Sierra Vista Junior High School, has been awarded a Gold Medal by the Governor's Council on Physical Fitness in a Sports Spotlight Award ceremony in Sacramento this week.
Nearly 1,500 volunteers donated several hours of manual labor Saturday to make a difference in the Santa Clarita Valley and participate in what is deemed as America's largest day of community service.
A Little Mermaid, Dracula and Yoda were just a few of the 30 characters trotting down Main Street on Saturday in the first ever Old Town Newhall Halloween Parade.
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Signal Senior Staff Writer Brandon Lowrey has been promoted to city editor, and Senior Staff Writer Josh Premako has been promoted to the newly created position of opinion/business editor.
It doesn't matter where you are, a robo-call can find you.
Two Castaic Area Town Council members have confronted Hart district officials and demanded greater communication over the long-delayed construction of a Castaic high school.
For Ricardo Aguayo's third-grade class assignment, he had to mail a letter and cutout of a children's book character to someone who would spend a day with the paper doll and respond with a summary of the experience.
Newhall father Mark Webb never feared parenting until his only son starting driving.
The 2014 Amgen Tour of California stage bicycle race will shut down some roads around the Santa Clarita Valley when it rolls through town next week, Santa Clarita officials said Friday.
A man who escaped custody Wednesday by kicking out a window of a sheriff's cruiser and bolting across Interstate 5 has been found and arrested following a late-night search Thursday, according to a lieutenant with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station.
In addition to funding for capital improvements and services, the proposed Santa Clarita city budget includes funding for a number of new positions, city officials said this week.
The thunderous noise of fighter jets "buzzing" some Santa Clarita Valley homes Wednesday night turns out to be the byproduct of presidential protection during Barack Obama's visit to Los Angeles.
Detectives are seeking the identity of a female who they believe was an upskirt photo victim. Once the victim is identified this case will be presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office for filing consideration and prosecution. The unknown female left the location without making a purchase, and probably does not even know she was a victim.
The release Wednesday of a video surveillance image depicting a suspect wanted in connection with the theft of ammunition from a local gun club has produced tips from the public that are now being pursued by detectives, a deputy said.
Of the eight people arrested during 10 days of signature-gathering at local stores only one has been prosecuted, found guilty and sentenced to three days in jail, according to a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.
Santa Clarita Valley residents will receive mailed notices within the next few weeks about proposed rate hikes in their sewage fees following a vote by the local Sanitation District board Wednesday night.
Investigators with the county coroner's office have closed their case on 8-year-old Cole Hartman - the Santa Clarita Valley youngster found face-down and submerged in a water-filled washing machine last summer - without declaring the autistic boy's death an accident, suicide or homicide.
Directors for the Santa Clarita Valley Child & Family Center have accepted the retirement of the center's CEO, Darrell Paulk, effective Sept. 1.
A man arrested on Interstate 5 Wednesday on suspicion of transporting drugs kicked out the rear window of the cruiser he was placed in and ran across the entire freeway to escape sheriff's deputies, officials said.
NOTE: The Signal news story about the theft can be seen at http://www.signalscv.com/section/36/article/119064/
An Azusa man initially charged with seven offenses has been sentenced to 38 months in state prison after pleading no contest to just two of the charges - evading an officer and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
For water company customers who respond "How much is that?" when told to reduce consumption by 20 percent, Valencia Water Company says it has the exact answer.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - An analysis finds the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has slipped far behind its schedule to replace aging power poles.