Fingers are being pointed everywhere in the case of Jeremiah Lasater, the 14-year-old Vasquez High School freshmen who committed suicide in a boys' bathroom Monday.
Eleventh and final story in "The Big Picture," The Signal's series on plans for growth in the Santa Clarita Valley. Today we look at schools. Click here for the rest of the stories.
An absent judge and lawyers with busy schedules led to another continuance of the pre-trial hearing for former Golden Valley High School counselor Roselyn Hubbell. Judge Lloyd Nash, filling in for Judge Harold Vites on Wednesday, granted the request for rescheduling the pretrial to Nov. 19. Hubbell pleaded not guilty to charges of one misdemeanor count of annoying or molesting a child under the age of 18.
The Signal's senior management team welcomes community leader Paul De La Cerda today as director of operations and marketing.
Emily Hood's message in her hand-made holiday cards she sends to U.S. troops in Iraq is only a few words:
'Twas the day before Christmas and stores were a mess, And Kelli Stewart of Saugus was shopping and stressed. "I don't usually wait this long," Stewart said, referring to her last-minute holiday shopping endeavors. She rushed from the doors of Big 5 Sporting Goods to her car, wrist-strapped with UGG boots for her husband and a pogo stick for her son. "I missed the day after Thanksgiving because we were out of town," she said. ...
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Los Angeles County Fire Department officials know the winter holidays are a time for celebration, which means more cooking, home decorating, entertaining and an increased risk of fire.
Wednesday's forecast called for gusty winds, heavy rain and hail that put travelers on alert but did not deter Santa Claus as he made his rounds through the Santa Clarita Valley on Christmas Eve.
Santa Clarita City Hall Closed on Christmas. Open on Friday. College of the Canyons Closed through Jan. 5. On Jan. 2, essential offices such as admissions, assessment, bookstore, and a few other offices will be open for limited hours. Specific hours for individual offices are posted at: www.canyons.edu/Offices/PIO/hours.html. U.S. Postal Service No deliveries on Christmas and New Year's Day The Federal Emergency Management Agency Telephone registration service for the California wildfires disasters will ...
Imagine being able to lose weight and feed the hungry at the same time. For six weeks, members who participated in the Weight Watchers "Lose for Good" campaign did just that. For every pound lost, many members of the Newhall branch donated an equal amount to the SCV Food Pantry. "It's very hard when you're trying to lose weight to physically see it," said Leah Pollack of Santa Clarita. "To see the physical representation by ...
Single Mothers Outreach seeks participants Single Mothers Outreach is looking for local groups and families interested in adopting single parent families for the holiday season as part of its annual Adopt-a-Family Holiday Program. Families selected to be adopted are student-parents carrying at least six units in school, parents who are actively participating in Single Mothers Outreach like skills-oriented growth programs or new clients in 2008. Almost 130 families qualify. Families and organizations interested in helping ...
A woman in a plush white bathrobe leisurely looks over her balcony at beautiful rolling green hills and a professionally designed golf course called Los Valles.
Bullying happens in the classroom, on the playground and online. It poisons the learning process, discourages students from attending school and can even drive people to commit suicide, a local school official said Wednesday. The California Student Survey showed 31 percent of 11th-grade students were victims of harassment during a 12-month period in 2005 and 2006, according to the California Attorney General's Office Web site. But incidents of bullying are more numerous, said Chuck Nichols, ...
Continuing an upward trend in sales that started in April, 55 percent more homes were sold in the Santa Clarita Valley compared with December 2007, according to the Southland Regional Association of Realtors.
When it comes to playing in the mud, leave to a kid to get it done right.
The mother of a teenage boy missing for more than a week remains heartbroken as she awaits the outcome of an autopsy performed on the body of a man found burning Wednesday, she said.
A summertime invitation to the public to choose one of two works of art for the Newhall roundabout apparently hasn't yielded quite the reception that Santa Clarita city officials had hoped.
A brush fire sandwiched between the southbound and northbound lanes of Interstate 5 burned about five acres before it was extinguished Sunday, a Los Angeles County Fire Department official said.
An autopsy on a body found burning near Castaic Lake may have been performed Saturday, but no new information regarding the possible identity of the body has been released, according to officials.
The Ever-Changing Wall, a giant photographic mural conceived by the local ARTree Community Arts Center, has returned to Newhall.
Residents of the Santa Clarita Valley have several options Wednesday to mark the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Of eight homeless service zones in Los Angeles County, the one that encompasses the Santa Clarita Valley has the second-highest growth in those who have no place to live, according to numbers recently released by county officials.
Three decades after the Canyon Cowboys won the school's first CIF title, former head coach Harry Welch and members of the 1983 CIF Northwestern Conference championship team reunited on the Cowboys' field Saturday at Canyon High School.