One of Santa Clarita's prominent environmentalists will be kept from a seat on a committee charged with finding a site for a recycling facility because of her suits related to SCV development.
The City Council will consider renewing Santa Clarita's $18.5 million contract with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department tonight.
It's time to say goodbye to the trailers and fences and hello to Placerita Canyon Nature Center's fresh new environmentally friendly building.
The Hart district is proposing to shift school boundaries in three areas of the Santa Clarita Valley as a way to ease overcrowding in schools and increase enrollment at under-used schools, a Hart district spokeswoman said Monday.
Event organizers worried about mixing bone-dry conditions with holiday pyrotechnics have decided to cancel the 10th annual Fourth of July fireworks show at Richard Rioux Park in Stevenson Ranch, a county official said.
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College of the Canyons has debuted a program that allows paramedics to further their education so that they can transition into the nursing profession.
It was a Monday morning, May 5, 2008, and Los Angeles Police Officer Hayley Smith and her partner, Officer Vincent Rojas, were just a few hours into their day.
A new development in Canyon Country will provide a new school for the Sulphur Springs School District.
Anxiety weighs upon two upscale neighborhoods on opposite ends of the Santa Clarita Valley rocked by a sharp spike of burglaries.
The William S. Hart Union High School District has received reports of teens going door-to-door selling newspaper subscriptions to help the local Regional Occupational Program (ROP) career technical classes. The ROP program has not authorized such a fundraising program and local ROP students are not benefiting, according to Jan Burns, ROP specialist with the district.
Standing on two long, thin pieces of wood, four fifth-grade students held pieces of rope in each hand and worked together to lift and move the boards across the grassy field, racing against other fifth-grade students at Valencia Meadows Park on Friday.
High schools and colleges in the Santa Clarita Valley held graduation ceremonies to end the school year, and The Signal's photographers were there to capture all the pomp, circumstance and magic moments.
Thanks to a group of talented middle school and elementary students, visitors to the Castaic Library can gaze at a famous piece of artistic impressionism with a local creative twist.
Saugus Union School District Board of Education Member Douglas (Doug) Bryce has announced that he will be resigning his position as a Board Member. Mr. Bryce has accepted a new job in the San Diego area and will be relocating to the San Diego area. In his new position, he will be working from home in Santa Clarita until he is able to sell his home in order to relocate to San Diego, at which point he will submit his official resignation from his Board of Trustees position.
A judge on Friday ordered that a serial rapist be released to live in a Los Angeles County community in spite of a host of vocal protests.
Thousands of viewers watched April 25 as KTLA Early Edition news anchor and Stevenson Ranch resident Chris Schauble wept into the shoulder of his birth mother, her hand gently hovering over his head as she whispered in his ear.