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Residents Open Hearts, Wallets for Flood Victims

Donations pour in, even though some 'can't afford it'...as local firefighters travel to affected areas to lend a hand...

Santa Claritans opened their pocketbooks Thursday to lend a helping hand, as pictures of the storm-ravaged Gulf Coast overwhelmed living rooms & offices across the SCV.


Get the full story in today's Signal.

SCV Red Cross Volunteers Needed To Assist In New Orleans

Our local Santa Clarita Red Cross is looking for volunteers to train in disaster preparedness, and depending on your availability and skills, volunteer to assist in the Katrina disaster.

East-Side Housing Plan Downsized

Keystone development reduced to about 650 homes, & traffic's still a concern.

A housing tract planned north of the Santa Clara River near Canyon High School has been downsized from nearly 1,000 homes to about 650, a developer told Santa Clarita planning commissioners.


Read the details in today's Signal.

Planning Group OKs Newhall Plan

Some property owners say they would rather develop their own properties than give them up for an open-air market.

The Santa Clarita Planning Commission has signed off on the redevelopment plan for Downtown Newhall...


 


See today's story in the Signal.

Worksource Center Helping Katrina Evacuees

The City of Santa Clarita’s WorkSource Center is working with local businesses to provide jobs for evacuees from Hurricane Katrina.  Los Angeles County recently notified the Santa Clarita Center that evacuees looking for employment would be referred to their local WorkSource Center. 
 

SCV Schools Score High on Performance Tests

These reports show districts met nearly all state & federal goals...

Two sets of standardized test results released Wednesday...one state, one federal...show the SCV schools met nearly all their established goals for the last school year.


 


Get the full story in today's Signal.

COC Faculty Photography Exhibition


The College of the Canyons Art Gallery opens its 2005-06 exhibition season with "SCAPES," an exhibition of photographs by the media arts faculty:  Wendy Brill, Nicolas Garcia, Kevin Jenkins, Donna Pattee-Balard, Darrell Walters, Mark Daybell, Miyo


Board Accepts Grant To Improve County Terrorism Preparedness

Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced that the Board of Supervisors accepted nearly $25 million in grant funds from the Department of Homeland Security for terrorism preparedness.