College of the Canyons arts administrators' decision Monday to pull the plug on what would have been the 34th R.K. Downs Jazz Festival Feb. 21 hit a dissonant note with local high school and college music educators and musicians.
More than 40 volunteers responded early to President-elect Barack Obama's national call for Monday's Day of Service. The local Obama for America Committee and community service group SCV Jaycees enlisted the help of those local volunteers Saturday to stock and distribute foodstuffs, as well as help needy recipients load their vehicles at the Hunger Defense Fund.
A mix of emotions lingered in the room as friends and family celebrated the life of the late Katelyn Nicole Salmont.
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Editor's note: Ninth in an exclusive series as Signal Staff Writer Brian Charles travels to Washington, D.C., to cover the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama. Santa Clarita residents began leaving for the inauguration Saturday.
Peter Schumann, founder and director of the Bread & Puppet Theater, performs a fiddle sermon titled "The University of Majd" at California Institute of the Arts Friday, as part of the five-day conference, "Arts in the One World."
The city of Santa Clarita and College of the Canyons have been in discussions regarding their memorandum of understanding for the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons, said college spokeswoman Sue Bozman.
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City of Santa Clarita Graffiti Task Force members Evan Bryan, right, and Paul Duran help clean the side of a vacant building on Soledad Canyon Road between Hideaway and Crossglade avenues, Friday afternoon. Bryan cleans the side of a building on Soledad Canyon Road, Friday afternoon.
Some local shoppers felt bad that all Circuit City stores were closing, but they were ready to take advantage of the liquidation sales that could start today.
Las Lomas Land Company, LLC company lawyers announced Friday they will appeal a Superior Court ruling that snuffed construction of 5,500 houses into the hilly terrain that straddles the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys.
The Hart High girls basketball team is the second Santa Clarita Valley prep sports program in as many days forced to forfeit all of its wins and dismiss a player because of falsification of residency.
One of the most vocal opponents of Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital's master plan for expansion is keeping his distance from a new lawsuit but still accused the city of inappropriate approval.
A Honda and a Saturn Vue collided Friday, flipping the Honda and sending the Saturn into the back of a city bus.
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SANTA CLARITA - Summer doesn't end until Sept. 21, and Saturday's forecast is for a high of 100 degrees.
SANTA CLARITA - A Lancaster man has been arrested in connection with a series of residential burglaries in the Santa Clarita Valley, a Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station spokesman said Friday.
SANTA CLARITA - A Valencia cat has been quarantined out of concern that it was exposed to a rabid bat found outside its home, county health officials reported.
SANTA CLARITA - A Newhall child was transported to the hospital today after suffering a cardiac arrest, according to an official with the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
SANTA CLARITA - A week after he first disappeared, apparently near Castaic Lake, 19-year-old Bryce Laspisa remains missing - and the identity of a body found burning in the area this week remains unknown, officials said Friday.
Over 4,700 firefighters continue to battle six major wildfires burning across California. Yesterday two where contained and two more sparked in Modoc County. The Rim Fire burning near and in Yosemite National Park has now burned 246,350 acres (385 square miles) and is 80% contained. The Rim Fire continues to actively burn and is now the 3rd largest wildfire in California's recorded history. See the Top 20 list. Now that the threat to the State ...
The monthly Art SLAM series in Old Town Newhall went Hollywood last night with Film SLAM.