SCCS girls soccer battle to draw against Vasquez
Santa Clarita Christian School's Ashley Rens (11) drives through Vasquez defender Austin Pender (7) in the second half at Central Park on Thursday. Dan Watson/The Signal

SCCS girls soccer battle to draw against Vasquez

It was a high-scoring affair at Central Park on Thursday night, as the Santa Clarita Christian girls soccer team battled Vasquez in a Heritage League game that resulted in a…

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Committee accepts audit results
From left to right, Board of Trustees member Steve Zimmer, BOT member Edel Alonso, Chancellor Dianne G. Van Hook, BOT Vice President Michael Berger, BOT Clerk Michele Jenkins and BOT member Joan MacGregor at the groundbreaking of the Science Center at the College of the Canyons Canyon Country Campus on Wednesday, Jan, 24, 2018. The science center is one of multiple projects that were funded through the college's bond measure. Courtesy Photo

Committee accepts audit results

College of the Canyons Chancellor Dianne Van Hook joined college stakeholders and members of the independent citizens’ bond oversight committee Wednesday to hear the results of the audits that examined…

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Mile-long freight train catches fire, shuts down Santa Clarita railroad track

A freight train locomotive fire near the Ruether Avenue and Soledad Canyon Road intersection resulted in the Antelope Valley line temporarily shutting down Thursday. At 12:01 p.m., Los Angeles County…

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Former Hart and Canyons football player Tim White signs reserve/future contract with New York Jets
Hart High and College of the Canyons alumnus Tim White has made a strong impression on the Baltimore Ravens during training camp. Photo courtesy Baltimore Ravens

Former Hart and Canyons football player Tim White signs reserve/future contract with New York Jets

Former Hart and College of the Canyons football player Tim White signed a reserve/future contract with the New York Jets on Wednesday. White, who went undrafted in 2017 after coming…

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DJ accused of stealing city truck’s light bar
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies take report after a stolen light bar was recovered outside the Westfield Valencia Town Center Wednesday morning. Austin Dave/The Signal

DJ accused of stealing city truck’s light bar

Members of a city public works crew were shocked Wednesday morning when they watched a man walk up to their utility truck, grab a light bar and walk away with…

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More than 30 local agencies to receive funds from Community Services and Arts Grants program
FILE PHOTO Adrey Rieckhoff looks at her drawing she is making of a dragon in a bath during the Youth Arts Showcase at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex on Sunday. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

More than 30 local agencies to receive funds from Community Services and Arts Grants program

For about 29 years, the city of Santa Clarita has provided funds for community organizations and 2019 is no different. The City Council unanimously approved $180,000 to cover community service…

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City Council ditches Robert’s over Rosenberg’s Rules of Order for conducting meetings and other functions
City Hall on Thursday, June 14, 2018. Eddy Martinez/The Signal

City Council ditches Robert’s over Rosenberg’s Rules of Order for conducting meetings and other functions

After an intense debate over the mayoral rotation for the new year last month, the Santa Clarita City Council may soon have formal changes to its norms and procedures for…

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Several factors affecting soccer referee shortage
West Ranch players look on as soccer official Robert Hector calls for the ball to be thrown in from the sidelines. Dan Watson/The Signal

Several factors affecting soccer referee shortage

There’s an issue that has been bubbling up for a few years in the world of Santa Clarita Valley soccer that finally hit a breaking point this year, and it…

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