Hart softball makes jump to Division 1, other CIF-SS playoff groupings announced

When Hart softball coach Steve Calendo learned that his team had leaped from CIF-Southern Section Division 3 to Division 1, he had mixed reactions. “It was an eyebrow-raiser for a…

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SCCS girls soccer runs away with shutout over Guidance Charter
Santa Clarita Christian's Sydney Boswell (9) pulls back to kick the ball during a game against Guidance Charter on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

SCCS girls soccer runs away with shutout over Guidance Charter

After losing two of three games in the span of a week, the SCCS girls soccer team has rebounded in exceptional fashion. The Cardinals picked up a 9-0 Heritage League…

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City council to consider community service, arts grants
The Santa Clarita Ballet Company performs “The Nutcracker” for fourth grade students in the Santa Clarita Valley at the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. Austin Dave/The Signal

City council to consider community service, arts grants

Canyon Theatre Guild, Santa Clarita Ballet and Santa Clarita Master Chorale would be among the 55 organizations receiving community service or arts grants from the city, should the city council…

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City council to consider natural gas moratorium letter
Santa Clarita Mayor Marsha McLean Katharine Lotze/Signal

City council to consider natural gas moratorium letter

The Santa Clarita City Council will consider joining other area groups in writing a letter to the California Public Utilities Commission expressing concerns about a proposed moratorium on new commercial…

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Arts education strong in LA County and SCV, per new survey
FILE PHOTO: Declining enrollment means less average daily attendance funding for school districts. It’s a problem being felt across the Santa Clarita Valley, and in districts throughout the state of California.

Arts education strong in LA County and SCV, per new survey

Editor’s note: This is the first in an occasional, several-part series looking at arts education in Santa Clarita Valley school district. Typically when budgets are tight, the arts are the…

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