Just days short of the first day of spring, the valley's winter homeless shelter served its last breakfast and closed its doors for another season.
Friday was the last day of operations at the post office that had been open in downtown Castaic for the last half-century.
A motorcyclist who allegedly fled from California Highway Patrol officers on Sierra Highway Friday will enter a plea to two charges in Santa Clarita Superior Court today, a court official said.
Without free child care, Maggie Leyva could not afford to work part-time. "Nowadays you have to pay more for babysitting than you make working," said Leyva, a Canyon Country mother of three. For the last six months, she has worked on-call at Canyon Springs Community Elementary School's SAIL program while her children receive free care at Sand Castles Child Care Center in Canyon Country, where Leyva also works part-time. Supporting All In Learning is an ...
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The Santa Clarita Water Division solved a mystery Monday - the mystery of the leaking water on Robin Crest Court in Canyon Country.
The Hart district board will appoint nine members of the Measure SA oversight committee Wednesday, but there's lingering concern over how much input the group will have.
Pico Canyon Elementary School students celebrate cultural diversity throughout the month of March.
After a half-century at the same place, a change of address is in order for the Castaic Post Office.
The Santa Clarita Planning Commission giveth - and come Tuesday night it may taketh away. One of two items on the agenda for the commission's meeting is a request to revoke the minor use permit for Hugo's Gymfitness in the Centre Pointe Business Park. After receiving complaints from neighboring businesses, city staff visited Gymfitness and found the 11,530-square-foot space was not being used in the manner that had been approved, according to an agenda report ...
The city of Santa Clarita is giving parents a break this month with "Kids Night Out" on March 28.
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (AP) - Dan Forsman won the AT&T Champions Classic on Sunday for his first victory in 12 Champions Tour starts, overcoming a five-stroke deficit in regulation and beating Don Pooley with a birdie on the first extra hole. "I'm at a loss for words right now," said the 50-year-old Forsman, a five-time winner on the PGA Tour. "It means so much to win on the Champions Tour."
The seven-day AT&T Champions Classic golf tournament ended Sunday afternoon.
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College of the Canyons trustees have passed two initiatives to fund construction projects both on and off campus.
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.