Suspects sought for vandalizing senior facility laundromat
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies are asking for the public’s help in identifying two burglary suspects.

Suspects sought for vandalizing senior facility laundromat

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies are asking for the public’s help in identifying two burglary suspects. The station’s Facebook page posted the picture of a man and a woman…

Mustang club tours Hart Park
Courtesy of Al Ewing

Mustang club tours Hart Park

The Mustang Owners Club of California recently toured the William S. Hart Museum as part of their scheduled events. The club has been invited to show off their cars on…

SCAA member to present one-woman art show at CTG
A one-woman show by Olga Kaczmar will be on display at the Canyon Theatre Guild through May and June. The exhibit will feature Kaczmar’s new works in oil, watercolor and pastel, and will be on display during the theater’s runs of “Moonlight and Magnolias” and “The Importance of Being Earnest.”

SCAA member to present one-woman art show at CTG

Santa Clarita Artists Association member Olga Kaczmar is presenting a one-woman art show at Canyon Theatre Guild (CTG) throughout May and June. “I’m very pleased to be invited to show…

Laurene Weste: Hit the trails and bike to work
Parents and Kids set off on the 4 mile short ride for the Hit the Trail Bike Ride/ Skylar Barti The Signal

Laurene Weste: Hit the trails and bike to work

Summer is almost here, which means more daylight and more time for lovely outdoor adventures! The city of Santa Clarita is lucky to have access to nearly 12,000 acres of…

Saugus High School hosts 13th annual Women in History Day
Louise Willard portrays athlete Babe Didrikson during the Women in History 2019 presentation held at Saugus High School in Saugus on Tuesday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Saugus High School hosts 13th annual Women in History Day

https://youtu.be/tSM3-cux4kg Donned in historical clothing suited to the character they were portraying, a handful of Saugus High School teachers and students honored the legacy of women and the impact they’ve…

West Ranch boys volleyball moves on to CIF-SS second round with win against Dos Pueblos
West Ranch senior Tristin Clint goes up for the kill in a playoff matchup with Dos Pueblos at West Ranch High School Tuesday night. Cory Rubin/The Signal

West Ranch boys volleyball moves on to CIF-SS second round with win against Dos Pueblos

Entering Tuesday’s CIF-Southern Section boys volleyball Division 2 first-round playoff game against Dos Pueblos at West Ranch, the No. 5 ranked Wildcats knew the precedent that it had to set.…

Supervisors approve Centennial plan for 19,000 homes
Site west of Neenach where more than 19,000 homes are proposed in Centennial Specific Plan. photo for the Signal by Jeff Zimmerman

Supervisors approve Centennial plan for 19,000 homes

Tejon Ranch developers wanting to build more than 19,000 homes near the Kern County line received final approval for the Centennial development Tuesday. L.A. County supervisors granted approval after the…

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