Voters receive information about vote centers, provide suggestions to potential locations
Civic engagement coordinator Leon Youngblood talks with Jennifer Byer, left, and Susan McKenzie as they ask about potential locations for vote centers in Santa Clarita. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

Voters receive information about vote centers, provide suggestions to potential locations

With the 2020 election not far off, Santa Clarita voters shared their thoughts on where vote centers should reside during a meeting held by Black Women for Wellness at the Newhall Community Center on Sunday.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help celebrates La Befana to close out Christmas season
Our Lady of Perpetual Health Italian Club presented their annual La Befana Celebration, an Italian tradition celebrating Christmas and the feast of the epiphany and the Italian Santa Claus. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Our Lady of Perpetual Help celebrates La Befana to close out Christmas season

In a celebration of the Epiphany, or Three Kings Day, the Italian Catholic Club of Santa Clarita Valley and members of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Newhall signaled the traditional end of the 12 days of Christmas with a goodbye to the holiday season with their fifth La Befana on Sunday.

Fire crews respond to Canyon Country attic fire
Los Angels County firefighters responded to an attic fire on the 28800 block of Oak Springs Canyon Road in Canyon Country Sunday afternoon. No injuries were reported. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Fire crews respond to Canyon Country attic fire

Firefighters responded to a call placed at 2:51 p.m. on Sunday about a house fire on Oak Spring Canyon Road in Canyon Country.

Local charity LOV Movement helps create sustainable change in Skid Row and Africa
LOV Movement founder Jordan Minns stands next to one of the tanks that are used to hold clean water in Kenya's Giotto Slum. Antony Njoroge

Local charity LOV Movement helps create sustainable change in Skid Row and Africa

Since graduating from UCLA in 2017 with a degree in history, Minns has split his time between mixed martial arts training and running his charity, LOV Movement, which he started in January 2018. The 23-year-old said that LOV Movement was born out of his history of helping the homeless, his own ideas of how to better run a nonprofit and the decision to take action.

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