David W. Hegg: Five suggestions for the New Year
David Hegg is senior pastor of Grace Baptist Church and a Santa Clarita resident. "Ethically Speaking" runs Saturdays in The Signal.

David W. Hegg: Five suggestions for the New Year

As we venture into a new year, we all have hopes that 2018 will bring a certain level of satisfaction to our lives and our world. Here are five suggestions…

Hart boys basketball unable to keep up with high-flying Sierra Canyon in tournament championship
Hart boys basketball's Carson Weiss dribbles down the court in the Hart Holiday Classic at Hart on Friday. Haley Sawyer/The Signal

Hart boys basketball unable to keep up with high-flying Sierra Canyon in tournament championship

In the Hart Holiday Classic championship game, it was a matchup between sparkle and grit. Although Hart was unable to completely contain its opponent, as Sierra Canyon won 79-63, they…

Legislative roundup: Wilk touts water bill, homelessness audit
State Senator Scott Wilk, left, speaks to constituent Richard Humanic about his concerns regarding the possible consolidation of Castaic Lake Water Agency and Newhall County Water District Feb. 11 at City Hall. Samie Gebers/ Signal

Legislative roundup: Wilk touts water bill, homelessness audit

Senator Scott Wilk said he’s had two key legislative wins this past year that will impact Santa Clarita residents. Wilk said Senate Bill 634, which formed one water agency for…

Experienced dancer offers Flamenco classes to SCV community
Santa Clarita Valley residents practice their movements and footwork during Mari Sandoval’s Flamenco class at the Newhall Community Center in 2017. Courtesy Photo

Experienced dancer offers Flamenco classes to SCV community

With dynamic rhythms, intricate hand movements and stylistic footwork, Flamenco gives dancers an opportunity to explore new movement styles and a passionate art form. Starting this January, Santa Clarita Valley…

Parents plead no contest to attempted child abandonment
The two suspects pictured, 32-year-old Sarah Nilson and 38-year-old Vincent Calogero, pleaded no contest Friday to one count each of attempted child abandonment. They were arrested Dec. 14 in the city of Lancaster on felony child endangerment and neglect charges. Lancaster Sheriff's Station detectives sought the public's assistance in locating additional witnesses.

Parents plead no contest to attempted child abandonment

A Lancaster father and mother entered no contest pleas Friday for attempting to give their children away, which led public officials hoping to find additional witnesses to reach out to…

‘Gaming Disorder’ to be added to list of 2018 diseases
Individuals who cannot put down the controller and are addicted to playing video games may soon be classified as having a mental health disorder by the World Health Organization (WHO).

‘Gaming Disorder’ to be added to list of 2018 diseases

Individuals who cannot put down the controller and are addicted to playing video games may soon be classified as having a mental health disorder by the World Health Organization (WHO).…

How Santa Clarita residents can recycle their Christmas trees
An official dressed as Santa Claus picks up a Christmas tree as part of the city's and Waste Management's tree recycling program. Courtesy of the city of Santa Clarita

How Santa Clarita residents can recycle their Christmas trees

The city of Santa Clarita and Los Angeles County have several options available for community members looking to safely recycle their Christmas trees this holiday season. In partnership with local…

Mike Venable: General aviation critical to safety
The Rye Fire burns along the east side of Interstate 5, one of several major fires that recently ravaged Southern California. Austin Dave/The Signal

Mike Venable: General aviation critical to safety

We are all very much aware of how devastating the wildfires have been this past year. For weeks this fall, many Californians tuning in to the news have seen the…

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