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LANE CLOSURES FOR FINAL STAGES OF I-5/126 INTERCHANGE OCT. 16-22

Caltrans may close the following lanes of I-5 and State Route 126 as part

of the final stages of a $24-million project to improve the I-5/126

Interchange.



INTERSTATE 5:

Schools Learn of Honors Eligibility

Elementary schools in the Castaic, Newhall, Saugus and Sulphur Springs districts are on a list of schools potentially eligible to apply for California Distinguished School recognition for 2006. There are two in the Castaic Union Elementary School District: Castaic Elementary and Northlake Hills Elementary.

Fines Wines at Loose Goose

Organizers could not have asked for better weather Saturday as the Loose Goose Wine Festival kicked into high gear for the first of its two-day main event in Valencia. The festival officially began Thursday evening at restaurants around the Santa Clarita Valley, but the main wine-tasting event began Saturday and continues today from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Shield Healthcare 1st Annual Job Fair

Attention local residents: are you tired of long commutes, heavy traffic, and costly fuel prices? Well if you are, then we may have an opportunity for you! Shield Healthcare is opening its doors to the public for the very first time to hold a local job fair. Don’t miss this opportunity to start a career with one of the top employers in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Board Member: Campaign Letter Destorts Views

A Newhall County Water District board member has alleged that a candidate’s views were misrepresented in a mailer from three of the candidate’s opponents. Board member Lynne Plambeck said that the letter  written on behalf of candidates B.J. Atkins, Barbara Dore and Maria Gutzeit  includes two potentially misleading statements about Plambeck’s lone ally on the water board, Joan Dunn.
 
For more on this story, visit The Signal’s homepage!

Water Co. Starts Cleaning Up Contaminants

Valencia Water Co. has begun the process to clean up a well in the

Bus Tour to Show Off City Projects

SCV residents will have a chance to hop on the bus next week with Mayor Cameron Smyth & other city staff members...The outing will be a tour of the city's capital improvement projects.  Get the whole story in Friday's Signal.

FBI Serves Up Drinks, Tips Go to Charity

A group of FBI agents swarmed the Black Angus restaurant in Valencia this week, except instead of serving warrants they were serving drinks. Five local agents participated in Thursday’s Tip-A-Cop night, a fund-raiser hosted by the Special Olympics.

Fire Department Adds Firehawk to Fleet

The L.A. County Fire Department has added a new Firehawk helicopter to better serve county residents.The new Firehawk, Helicopter 15, is a Sikorsky S 70-A from the Air Methods Completion Center in Colorado.  Learn more about this incredible machine in Friday's Signal.