Saturday night, Aug. 23, the 12th annual Heart of the West fundraiser was held to benefit Carousel Ranch.
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A rare opportunity awaits the fearless and the stout of heart of the Santa Clarita Valley Saturday when the SCV Historical Society and the American Paranormal Research Association host a ghost hunting party at Heritage Junction Park in New-hall.
The area's eighth annual Make A Difference Day will be held this year on Saturday, Oct. 25.
When William S. Hart died in 1946, he left his beloved home, La Loma de los Vientos (The Hill of the Winds) to the residents of Los Angeles County.
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In the small, nondescript brown building tucked well off a Glendale street is a treasure trove of Los Angeles history. Perhaps the greatest collection of photographic news images in private hands lies within the walls of the Watson Family Photographic Archive. The history of 20th century Los Angeles in still images resides in file cabinets and three-ring binders.
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Navy Seaman Tyrone C. Zingelewicz, son of Anna C. Zingelewicz of Lansing, Mich. and Danile A. Zingelewicz of Canyon Country, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
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Debbie Rosato, of Canyon Country, drives around town with an "Adopt-Don't Shop!" sticker on the back of her van. The posters she uses during local pet store protests read "Puppies Are Not Products." The Last Chance for Animals brochures she passes out to possible pet store shoppers each weekend say "Ban Puppy Mills."
Two California Institute of the Arts graduates will wait in anticipation tonight for the most-sought-after envelope in show business.
Vicki Cespedes sat in a leather chair in her family's living room in Canyon Country, her four daughters perched in a circle around her.
Smooth winds blew across the highest hilltop garden in Eternal Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary on a clear Tuesday morning.
Whether you believe in love at first sight or not, holding your child for the first time can make a believer out of anyone.
Part molecular biologist and part stand-up comedian, Mark Phillips might seem like a funny choice to lead teens to discover philosophical truths in theological discussion.
As Violet, 5, and Ian, 3, sit on the floor of the Smiths' Saugus home, dragging their hands across tubs of toys, they seem like any other brother-and-sister tandem.
Every Sunday, The Signal publishes community announcements sent in by readers.
Glass artist Jack Storms stood hunched over his work, applying a roughly 15-pound block of crystal to a grinding pad.
The holidays can be a festive, yet hectic time of year. For pets, the whirlwind of activity and distracted humans can present a prime opportunity to get into mischief or worse.
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