Valencia girls tennis duo headed to CIF-SS semis
The Valencia tennis doubles team of Amanda Tabanera and Carlotta Nonnis-Marzano point to their names on the CIF-SS Round of 16 at Seal Beach Tennis Center on Wednesday. Courtesy photo

Valencia girls tennis duo headed to CIF-SS semis

At the CIF-Southern Section Round of 16 on Wednesday, the Valencia doubles team of Amanda Tabanera and Carlotta Nonnis-Marzano found themselves trailing Annika Bassey and Kristina Evloeva early. The Corona…

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‘Blue Lives Matter’ looks at impacts, lessons from officer-involved deaths
The story of Deputy David March, a Santa Clarita Valley resident killed in the line of duty, is one of nine stories shared by former L.A. County District Attorney Steve Cooley, in his recent released book, "Blue Lives Matter."

‘Blue Lives Matter’ looks at impacts, lessons from officer-involved deaths

A Tuesday night shootout in Newhall highlighted the dangers faced by law enforcement officers every day, which are examined from a number of angles in a recently released book, “Blue…

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COC students ‘paws’ to de-stress during finals
Sereen Banna, left, looks at Ember with Sarah Krantz during Paws for a While put on by the the Student Health & Wellness Center at College of the Canyons on Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017. The goal was to relieve some stress from students before finals week. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

COC students ‘paws’ to de-stress during finals

Fluffy, four-legged friends brought smiles and support to students at College of the Canyons (COC) Wednesday during one of the busiest times of the year. The annual “Paws for A…

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Beauty Bus stops at the Senior Center
Lan Tran does John Smith's hair at the SCV Senior Center on Nov. 29, 2017. At least sixty seniors came through to get a full make over including nails, hair and a facial. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Beauty Bus stops at the Senior Center

Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center guests got gussied up and treated to free manicures, haircuts and facials when the nonprofit foundation Beauty Bus paid them a visit Wednesday afternoon. The…

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UPDATE: Council to further evaluate parking-in-lieu fee for Newhall businesses
FILE PHOTO: Cars park along Main Street in Newhall on Friday, Nov. 24, 2017. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

UPDATE: Council to further evaluate parking-in-lieu fee for Newhall businesses

To address the limited parking available in Old Town Newhall, Santa Clarita City Council members voted to move ahead Tuesday with a plan for a “parking-in-lieu” fee.   The top-two…

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Charles Helmers Elementary students give to charity, win city contest
Charles Helmers Elementary School students, Principal Pete Bland and City Council members smile after the school was awarded the winners of the 30 Things for 30 Years contest at the City Council meeting on Nov. 28, 2017. Courtesy of the City of Santa Clarita.

Charles Helmers Elementary students give to charity, win city contest

Donning party hats and holding signs and balloons, Charles Helmers Elementary School students were awarded first place in Santa Clarita’s 30 Things for 30 Years contest at the City Council…

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