Santa Clarita's Literacy & Arts Festival is seeking aspiring elementary and high school journalists who are ready to report and write news stories about the events, programs and people at the Santa Clarita Literacy & Arts Festival to be held Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Old Town Newhall Library in Newhall.
SACRAMENTO – Secretary of State Debra Bowen today announced that the proponent of a new initiative may begin collecting petition signatures for the measure.
The annual Military Honor Christmas Tree Lighting at the Veterans Historical Plaza at Newhall and Market streets will be held Saturday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. The event will feature prayers, music, speakers and hot chocolate.
Thanksgiving week provides ample opportunity for Santa Clarita Valley residents who wish to help the less fortunate for the holiday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A Los Angeles federal judge has denied a Christian group's bid for an injunction to force suburban Santa Monica to reopen spaces in a city park to private displays, including Christmas Nativity scenes.
To Tom Cole, Santa Clarita's new community development director, his job presents an opportunity to apply his efforts toward making the Santa Clarita Valley a better place to work and live.
When it comes to new taxes, voters tend to say government should ask for money from somebody else, like the rich. But that doesn't always hold true, especially on the local level.
The Signal will publish a commemorative publication, "Celebrating 25 Years of Excellence," Dec. 15 in honor of the City of Santa Clarita's anniversary.
The two-day Fine Craft Show would have been finer without the rain this weekend but, little could dampen the creative spirit put on display by painters, sculptors and "hoop freaks."
Local school district officials report they're pleased at the passage of Proposition 30 this month, but they warn it will not be a magic cure-all for the fiscal woes of local schools.
For the third time in six weeks, metal thieves have snipped local power lines to steal $300,000 of copper wire in one incident and, most recently, leaving $150,000 of cut cable on the ground sparking a brush fire.
Santa Clarita Artist Association meets 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 19 at Barnes & Noble Bookstore, 24445 Valencia Blvd., Valencia. The meeting will feature the 2012 Art Classic winners discussing their winning pieces. Info: 661-244-7689; www.santaclaritaartists.org.
The City of Santa Clarita invites community members to attend the Fall Fine Craft Show on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Old Orchard Park, located at 25032 Avenida Rotella. The show is free, and provides residents with the opportunity to browse unique art pieces and handcrafted jewelry.Info: 661-250-3778 or www.santa-clarita.com/crafts.
The Santa Clarita Valley Child & Family Center has dedicated a new preschool that's aimed at offering preschool education plus therapy for children with behavioral or social-emotional issues.
Santa Clarita Valley fifth-grade students scored higher than the statewide averages on physical fitness testing, but at least 20 percent of local districts' students ranked in the "high risk" category on body composition tests, according to recently released statistics.
WASHINGTON- The Department of Defense today officially informed Congress of its intent to impose furloughs on the Department of Defense's entire civilian workforce as it copes with the automatic spending cuts known as "sequestration." The furlough program will go forward if sequestration is not avoided. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-CA), Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee made the following statement on the furloughs:
Parents, prospective students and interested community members are invited to attend one of two open house events at Emblem Academy tonight.
Officials from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station, city of Santa Clarita and Hart High School will partner to stage the latest "Every 15 Minutes" event Thursday.
Officers from the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control will be in Acton today checking to ensure animals are up to date on their rabies vaccinations and that residents are complying with state licensing requirements.
A Southern California artist is hoping his latest exhibit of kinetic art will move enthusiasts at the College of the Canyons Art Gallery.
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