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Run Against Hunger Raises $15,000 for SCV Food Pantry

Hundreds of runners & walkers took a bite out of hunger Sunday morning...The Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry held its 12th annual 5k Run Against Hunger.  See the details in Monday's Signal.

District Offers Kids Pick of Programs

Students are opting to stay after school in Sulphur Springs, where they can learn chess, karate, flag football, & more.Richelieu Ligon danced to Michael Jackson's "Thriller," as a group of young girls did their best to follow along.  See the full story in Monday's Signal.

City Faces Heavy Agenda

In back-to-back sessions, Planning Commission's set to consider senior housing development, amendment to city code.While Planning Manager Lisa Hardy told the Santa Clarita Planning Commission last week that 2006 likely will be an agenda-light year, the final weeks of 2005 are set to be extra busy...  Get the details in Monday's Signal.

Senior Residents Lose Weekly Doughnuts

To Margaret Pettenger, the issue is one of respect: As long as residents of The Willows senior apartment complex, which she manages, disrespect her employees, she’ll withhold their Wednesday morning doughnuts and monthly birthday parties.

I-5 Lane Closures For Pavement Repairs 10/31

Caltrans will close the following lanes and ramps of the northbound and southbound Golden State Freeway (I-5) from Vista Del Lago (about two miles north of Castaic) to Frazier Park, as part of a one-year, 40-mile project to repair lanes on I-5 damaged from this year’s heavy rainstorms:
From 12:01 a.m. to 5 a.m. Monday, October 31:
·     One to three lanes of northbound and southbound I-5, intermittently,

Minority Students Scores Up in SCV

Hispanic, black and low-income students in Santa Clarita Valley schools are improving their scores on the STAR state mandated test, but some still have a way to go to reach the state mandated goal of 800. The William S. Hart Union High School District, comprised of eight high schools and six junior highs, showed African-Americans increasing last year’s scores by 20 points to 706 from 686 in 2004, according to figures from the California Department of Education.


County Reconsiders Shelter Site

The location of the Santa Clarita Valley homeless shelter is still up in the air as a county official withdrew his support for the use of the Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic.  “The (Castaic Area) Town Council voted 4-3 to oppose having a temporary winter shelter in the parking lot of the Pitchess Detention Center,” said Tony Bell, a spokesman for Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich. “Supervisor Antonovich will honor their wish and oppose a shelter (at Pitchess Detention Center). We are working to come up with an alternative in short order.”


I-5 Lane Closures For Pavement Repairs 10/31-11/10

Caltrans will close the following lanes, ramps and connectors of the Golden State Freeway: