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Parents Speak Out on School Punishments

More than 25 parents packed a room at Meadows Elementary School where some aired their frustration with a disciplinary policy they say is too harsh. At a normally quiet Parent Teacher Students Association meeting Monday night, some mothers and fathers spoke of their objections to the school’s blue and white slip and “no daylight” policies. Students at Meadows receive blue slips for behavioral infractions and are given white slips for not being prepared for class, not having homework completed, forgetting homework at home and being disorganized.

City Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for Youth Memorial

The City of Santa Clarita and the Blue Ribbon Task Force invite the community to the groundbreaking ceremony for the Blue Ribbon Youth Memorial, scheduled for Friday, November 18, at 4:00 p.m. in Central Park, Saugus. The event is being organized by members of the Visions in Progress Youth Advisory Committee.

Kings Lose 3-2

The Los Angeles Kings lost 3-2 tonight against the Nashville Predators.  Putting in a great effort, the Kings could not come together in the end to score a third goal and put the game into over time.  Tune in next week at 7pm when the Kings take on the Vancouver Canuks.  Make sure to stay tuned to your Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS.

Hart High Alumni Basketball Game

On Wednesday, November 23, the 60th anniversary of Hart High School basketball is being celebrated with the Annual Alumni Game scheduled at the Hart High School gymnasium. 

North Park Food Drive to Help Homeless

Local students are doing their part to help make sure there are no empty stomachs in Santa Clarita this weekend. North Park Elementary School will conduct a food drive this week for the temporary homeless shelter, which is planed to be set up in the Centre Pointe Business Park for 100 days starting in early December. “We thought it would be a great opportunity to help them,” said Joy Goff, a parent teacher association volunteer.

Pipeline Project Flowing Along

The Gas Company's working hard to finish the installation of a new gas line that runs under Magic Mountain Parkway.A project to replace a several-mile stretch of a gas pipeline's flowing  smoothly, though with a completion date projected later than first thought...  Get all the facts in Tuesday's Signal.

Motorcycle Crashes Leave Two Dead

Bikers, not related to the Love Ride event, killed in separate collisions Sunday in the SCV.A Long Beach man & a Tujunga man, both motorcyclists, were killed in seperate accidents.  See the details in Tuesday's Signal.

Hurdles Remain for Winter Shelter

Community Development Corp. still needs to secure security, insurance, & supplies...Only two issues need to be resolved before Santa Clarita's winter homeless shelter will be up & running in early December...paperwork & supplies.  See this story in Tuesday's Signal.

College of the Canyons to host 18th Annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair

College of the Canyons will hold its 18th annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday and Sunday, November 19 and 20.  The fundraising event is sponsored by the College’s Classified Coordinating Council (CCC) and will be held in the college’s parking lot # 8 at the corner of Valencia Boulevard and Rockwell Canyon Road.  Hours for the fair are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.  Admission and parking are free. The fair is a showcase of primarily handcrafted items with vendors coming from all over the state.