24 Council applicants discuss issues at Signal forum
Group one, left to right: Alan Ferdman, Jack Levenberg, Marcus Hershey, Timothy McLaughlin, and Ken Wiseman discuss traffic and other issues in the Santa Clarita Valley during the Signal's City Council Forum on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 at College of the Canyons' University Center. Katharine Lotze/Signal

24 Council applicants discuss issues at Signal forum

It rained most of the day Thursday, and Thursday night at College of the Canyons, it rained City Council candidates. Fifty Santa Clarita residents have applied for the vacant seat…

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Terri Lovell: This is what change looks like
People take pictures of the candidates that were present at the Democratic Party Headquarters on Lyons Avenue in Oct. 2016. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Terri Lovell: This is what change looks like

At the beginning of President Obama’s farewell speech, he said, “Change only happens when ordinary people come together and demand it.” During his campaign, and throughout his presidency, Barack Obama…

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Valencia wrestling ready for league title
Valencia Vikings wrestling coach Brian Peterson, right, instructs wrestlers Jared Rodriguez and Peyton Kirk at Peterson Grapplers in Valencia on Thursday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Valencia wrestling ready for league title

Valencia High wrestling coach Brian Peterson thinks in the past, present and future at the same time. “We knew that this year was going to be better than last year…

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SCCS boys hoops falls late in title rematch
SCCS's AJ Caldwell (20) gets past Renaissance Academy's Levan Tsengo for a basket in the first half Thursday at SCCS. Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/For The Signal

SCCS boys hoops falls late in title rematch

Down by three with 28 seconds left in regulation, Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball desperately needed Renaissance Academy of Altadena to miss the front end of a one-and-one free throw…

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Valencia boys soccer’s balancing act
Valencia's Cesar Dominguez (10) celebrates after he scored the game's first goal during a non-conference match against Highland at Valencia High School. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Valencia boys soccer’s balancing act

Four different Valencia High boys soccer players scored earlier this week in the Vikings’ Foothill League-opening 4-1 win over West Ranch. That, coach Tony Scalercio said, is the kind of…

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