Trinity girls basketball’s comeback falls just short against Western Christian
Junior Trinity Towns dribbles past Western Christian's JJ Weith at Western Christian High School on Wednesday night. Photo courtesy of Wally Caddow

Trinity girls basketball’s comeback falls just short against Western Christian

UPLAND — A fleet-footed Trinity girls basketball team came to compete against Western Christian that boasted size in the CIF-Southern Section Division 5A tournament on Wednesday. After multiple comeback attempts,…

Sulphur Springs, Hart School districts prep for Many Families, One Community fundraiser event
SIGNAL FILE PHOTO: Sulphur Springs Union School District Superintendent Catherine Kawaguchi joins board members Ken Chase and Kerry Clegg at a district meeting.

Sulphur Springs, Hart School districts prep for Many Families, One Community fundraiser event

The Sulphur Springs Union School District and the William S. Hart Union High School District are once again ramping up for their annual “Many Families, One Community” family resource fair…

Find out which former SCV students made a Dean’s List.
Golden Valley students laugh and cheer as classmates sing Simple Minds' "Don't You Forget About Me" at the school's commencement ceremony at College of the Canyons on May 31, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Find out which former SCV students made a Dean’s List.

DRAKE A former Santa Clarita Valley student has been named to Drake University’s dean's list for her work during the fall 2018 semester. Valencia’s Hannah Horowitz was selected for the…

PHOTOS: Exer More Than Urgent Care opens second SCV location
Rob Mahan, Chief Executive Officer of Exer- More Than Urgent Care, center, welcomes attendees to the new Exer facility in Canyon Country at the Grand-Opening event on Tuesday morning. Dan Watson/The Signal

PHOTOS: Exer More Than Urgent Care opens second SCV location

Rob Mahan, right, Chief Executive Officer of Exer- More Than Urgent Care, chats with Troy Hooper, Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce Immediate Past Chair after a tour of the…

Santa Clarita Public Library chooses Lisa See book for 2019 One Story One City program
Books on sale at the Stevenson Ranch library vary from cookbooks, romance novels, crime fiction and more. Ryan Mancini/ The Signal

Santa Clarita Public Library chooses Lisa See book for 2019 One Story One City program

Now in its fifth year, the Santa Clarita Public Library’s One Story One City program returns in March with a new book announced Thursday. The 2019 book selection is “The…

Camp Clarita 2019 registration now open
A camper makes a s’more during a campfire craft at Camp Clarita at Valencia Meadows Park on Tuesday, June 27, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Camp Clarita 2019 registration now open

Santa Clarita’s youth can join in on multiple recreational activities this year as online registration for Camp Clarita 2019 is now open, the city recently announced. This year, Camp Clarita…

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