Were you there?

We’re looking for people who might have lived in Santa Clarita in January 1965 and recall witnessing a United Airline passenger plane take off from a carrot field  in what

Film activity in the city keeps growing

Location filming in Santa Clarita just broke another record when it granted 545 film permits in fiscal year 2016/2017, up from 528 in the prior fiscal year. The number of

Road rehab project to begin next week

SOURCE: City of Santa Clarita City Begins Annual Resurfacing of Arterial and Neighborhood Streets On Monday, June 12, the City of Santa Clarita will begin its annual Road Rehab project

Mayor Garcetti talks with news professionals

SANTA MONICA — Setting a very upbeat tone, in a conference room with subdued lighting, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti told news industry professionals Thursday that he is very optimistic

Signal takes home 7 ad awards

The Signal newspaper took home several awards for creative advertising Thursday from the California Newspaper Publishers Association’s annual award ceremony and news conference. Winning seven awards among California newspapers, The

Community Watch: Newhall

04/23/17  Residential Burglary – 24200 block Arch Street, the suspect entered the victim’s residence using his key to unlock the front door and stole two pairs of shoes and a flat screen

Caforio announcing his run for the 25th District

Jumping into the maelstrom of national politics again, Democrat Bryan Caforio is announcing his candidacy for the 25th Congressional District seat, held by Representative Steve Knight (R-Palmdale). Caforio ran against

Bouquet reopens after water main break

All Bouquet Canyon Road through-lanes shut down to repair the main water line break, were re-opened shortly before 6 p.m. on Friday. Only the right turn lane on Bouquet Canyon

Public invited to 2017 Amgen Tour stage finish

SOURCE:  City of Santa Clarita The City of Santa Clarita will host the Stage 4 Finish for the 2017 Amgen Tour of California, America’s most prestigious cycling race, presented by

High hopes for vet monument

Working to finalize the design, front and back, of the Fallen Warriors monument, Bill Reynolds said he was hopeful Santa Clarita will sign off on the design and addition of

Wilk bill would push agency accountability

State Sen. Scott Wilk calls it the “Pinocchio bill.” Introduced by the Santa Clarita Republican this week, Senate Bill 259 looks to ensure accountability in state agencies — and would

Bank of Santa Clarita to close branch

Following trends by many in the banking industry, the Bank of Santa Clarita is officially closing its branch office on Golden Valley Road. The outlet, located at The Plaza at

Ken Keller: Share Your Attitude of Gratitude

In just a few days, once we celebrate Thanksgiving Day, the holiday shopping frenzy will be upon us. Some businesses are slowing down, wrapping things up and preparing for the