Santa Clarita resident hopes to get wheelchair scooter back
Abigail Ruano looks down at what remains of her mobility scooter, Tuesday July 24. Eddy martinez/The Signal.

Santa Clarita resident hopes to get wheelchair scooter back

A young Santa Clarita resident is hoping to get back parts of her wheelchair, which were stolen over the weekend. Abigail Ruano, 15, will be going into her sophomore year…

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SCV residents can now use county homeless portal to help homeless people
Lori Broadway sits in Veteran's Historical Plaza Park. Austin Dave /The Signal

SCV residents can now use county homeless portal to help homeless people

Santa Clarita Valley residents can now better connect homeless people with services through a new county-wide online reporting system. Last week, the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative and Los Angeles…

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Heat alert continues for Santa Clarita, health officials issue warning to residents
An early morning hike to beat the triple-digit temperatures in Neenach Aug. 29, 2017. Jeff Zimmerman/For The Signal

Heat alert continues for Santa Clarita, health officials issue warning to residents

The Los Angeles County health officer has extended a heat alert for the Santa Clarita area that is now expected to last until Thursday. Daytime high temperatures this week are…

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Hillcrest residents to see increase in fees to maintain hillsides
FILE PHOTO. Unkempt brush and weeds encroaches on the sidewalks on Hillcrest Parkway in Castaic. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Hillcrest residents to see increase in fees to maintain hillsides

After almost 20 years of the same maintenance fees, residents of the Hillcrest area of Castaic will pay $655 for the county to landscape their now-overgrown hillsides starting in September.…

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City announces August events for Thursdays at Newhall
Dan Watson Classic ars from the 1920s and '30s are on display at the Roaring '20s"-themed SENSES event held on Main Street in Newhall on Thursday Night. 032014

City announces August events for Thursdays at Newhall

Old Town Newhall transforms into 1920s Hollywood for the August edition of [email protected], an ongoing series in which guests can attend free shows, concerts and special events on Thursdays throughout…

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City’s safety campaign expands to address bicycle safety
Stencil placed on bike trail to remind cyclist about safety. By Michele Lutes/The Signal

City’s safety campaign expands to address bicycle safety

Santa Clarita is looking to pump the brakes on unsafe cycling by splashing some new paint on local bike trails. The city’s “Heads Up!” campaign was created last year to…

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Hill headquarters moves to Stevenson Ranch
Outside of the new democratic Headquarters office in Newhall, Monday July 23. Eddy martinez/The Signal.

Hill headquarters moves to Stevenson Ranch

Katie Hill, the Democratic challenger in the 25th Congressional District race, has opened a new campaign office in the Santa Clarita Valley. The Katie Hill For Congress team celebrated the…

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