Read more about the article David Hegg: Entitled Society? App-solutely!
David Hegg is senior pastor of Grace Baptist Church and a Santa Clarita resident. "Ethically Speaking" runs Saturdays in The Signal.

David Hegg: Entitled Society? App-solutely!

Earlier this month I was invited to speak at two different Rotary Clubs here in SCV. I greatly admire the foundational aspect of service to our community upon which these…

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Read more about the article SCV high schoolers create The Bob Ross Project to help stressed teens
A pair of SCV high schoolers hope to help those struggling with mental health through the use of art therapy.

SCV high schoolers create The Bob Ross Project to help stressed teens

A pair of SCV high schoolers hope to help those struggling with mental health through the use of art therapy, they said Friday. Valencia High School sophomore Cassie Bensko and…

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Read more about the article Bridge to Home executive director steps down
Bridge to Home's former executive director Silvia Gutierrez in front of the nonprofit's offices in Newhall. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Bridge to Home executive director steps down

Silvia Gutierrez has stepped down as executive director of the nonprofit Bridge to Home, she confirmed Thursday. She had been with the organization, which provides shelter and services to local…

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Read more about the article Fireworks safety campaign to inform residents of the potential consequences of illegal fireworks
Mayor Laurene West hosts a Fireworks Safety press conference at Los Angeles County Fire Station 126. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Fireworks safety campaign to inform residents of the potential consequences of illegal fireworks

With the SCV’s skyline set to light up with fireworks to celebrate America’s independence, local first responders gathered Friday outside a fire station to warn residents about why they shouldn’t…

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Read more about the article Sulphur Springs’ GATE Academy blasts off
Julietta Amador from Canyon Springs Elementary school launches her bottle rocket into the sky Thursday morning. The Sulphur Springs Union School District host a summer GATE Academy at Leona Cox Community School for current 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade GATE students. Eddy Martinez/The SIgnal.

Sulphur Springs’ GATE Academy blasts off

The gifted and talented students of the Sulphur Springs Union School District had the opportunity to act as engineers and launch working model rockets, helicopters and other handcrafted scientific contraptions…

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Read more about the article Karl J. Vogeley – U.S. Army Veteran – Saugus Resident
Karl J. Vogeley at Camp Roberts, CA 2007. Courtesy photo

Karl J. Vogeley – U.S. Army Veteran – Saugus Resident

Veterans Roster Karl Vogeley recently contacted me after reading our veterans’ page to request adding his name to our veterans roster as every known Santa Clarita Valley veteran’s name is…

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Read more about the article Canyon Country resident wins wrestling Triple Crown
Canyon Country resident Ysabella Hinojosa has won first place in four different major wrestling tournaments this year. Haley Sawyer/The Signal

Canyon Country resident wins wrestling Triple Crown

With 30 seconds remaining in her match, Ysabella Hinojosa was well on her way to winning a California Wrestling Folkstyle Wrestling title. But as quickly as she could imagine standing…

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