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Waste Tire Collection

The Los Angeles Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved an additional waste tire collection event in the Antelope Valley with five collection sites, including one collection site in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Teen Run for Hart Board

One year after Tyler Johnstone occupied a seat in a Saugus High School classroom, the 19-year-old's taking time from his college studies to run for a seat on the William S. Hart Union High School District board.

Johnstone's resume reads like a Who's Who of Santa Clarita...


Want to know more?  Get the story in today's Signal.

Just Getting Started

Saugus High grad Melanie De Leon's in the early stages of what she hopes will be a long golf career.

Three All-SCV Girls Golfer of the Year awards, two Foothill League MVPs, & a scholarship to play for the University of Nevada-Reno are all just scratches on the surface of the Saugus High graduate's future plans.


Get the scoop on this story in today's Signal.

Teen Critical After Car Crash

A 16-year-old Saugus girl was in critical condition Monday after a collision in Castaic...

CHP Officer Michelle Esposito said the girl was traveling east on Henry Mayo Drive & failed to stop at the intersection of Henry Mayo & The Old Road.  Another driver slammed into the girl's vehicle.


For the full story, see today's Signal.

Making the Cut

Hart High grad Jason Gore will finally live his dream of playing regularly on the PGA Tour in 2006.  Next season, he'll be a card-carrying member of the PGA elite.

After notching his second straight Nationwide Tour victory with a first-place finish at the Scholarship America Showdown Sunday in Minnesota, Gore has mathematically clinched a spot on the tour's top-20 money list.

See the full story in today's Signal.

Power Outage Affects 8,000

The blackout left parts of Valencia, Newhall, & Stevenson Ranch in the dark.

Santa Clarita Valley residents were left in the dark Sunday when an unexpected power outage caused a lights-out period.  The cause of the outage, according to a Southern California Edison spokesman, was a faulty section of underground cable.


Get the details in today's Signal.

Judge: Brown Act Applies to Town Council

The decision by a Superior Court judge requires the county's public agencies to comply with rules for open meetings.

According to Superior Court judge Dzintra Janavs, the Agua Dulce Town Council is a legal body, & as such, its decisions to prohibit local residents from videotaping its meetings is illegal...


Get the details in today's Signal.

Its Back! SCV Chamber of Commerce Blue Team Leads Membership Drive

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest chambers in California, with well over 1,700 members.

Now, in an effort to make it the largest Chamber in Southern California, the Chamber has launched its annual membership drive. 

KHTS AM-1220 radio and the Signal Newspaper has reformed the "Blue Team."

"It's kind of like a dream team," says team leader Sharon Bronson.

Amateurs Compete to be Next Idol

The aspiring "Idols" belted out their best songs, playing to the panel of judges & the enthusiastic audeince seated in the ...parking lot? 

See the full story in today's Signal...

City to Hear Updated Draft Newhall Plan

As part of the ongoing process to shape the Newhall Redevelopment plan, the Santa Clarita Planning Commission will hold a second public hearing Tuesday to give residents another chance to voice concerns...

Ths hearing's continued from a June 21 meeting when the commission had its first look at the Draft Downtown Newhall Specific Plan, which proposes to revitalize the tired community into "...a thriving, mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented urban village."


See the full story in today's Signal.