Throwers highlight competition at CIF-SS track and field finals
Canyon track and field's Ethan Danforth runs in the 3,200-meter race in the CIF-Southern Section Finals at El Camino College in Torrance on Saturday. Danforth finished first in the distance event.

Throwers highlight competition at CIF-SS track and field finals

TORRANCE — As the boys Division 2 discus throws got underway at the 2019 CIF-Southern Section Track and Field Divisional Championships at El Camino College on Saturday, you could spot…

Continue Reading Throwers highlight competition at CIF-SS track and field finals
Wild For Animals fundraiser to benefit Castaic Animal Care Center (Gallery)
Bernice, left, and Xin Wu hold a photograph they bought entitled "Power of the Grizzly" as they discuss how the photo was taken with artist Nicole Wilde during The Wild for Animals Too:We Hart Animal Art fundraiser held at William S. Hart Park in Newhall on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Wild For Animals fundraiser to benefit Castaic Animal Care Center (Gallery)

Victoria Avila, 9, poses for a photo with one-year-old pot-bellied pig named Rico during The Wild for Animals Too:We Hart Animal Art fundraiser held at William S. Hart Park in…

Continue Reading Wild For Animals fundraiser to benefit Castaic Animal Care Center (Gallery)
SCV residents invited to ‘live blue’ on Dodger Day
Santa Clarita residents Eric and Jack Saunders, left to right, were chosen to attend batting practice before the game at SCV Dodger Day on Saturday, May 11. Courtesy of Elizabeth Arambula

SCV residents invited to ‘live blue’ on Dodger Day

The 42nd annual Santa Clarita Dodger Day gave 30 residents the chance to get on the field at Dodger Stadium on Saturday. Residents were entered in a random drawing when…

Continue Reading SCV residents invited to ‘live blue’ on Dodger Day
Bikers ‘Hit the Trail,’ provide input for bicycle master plan
Itzi Cori, left, has her tires inflated by Mike Grace before the start of her bike ride at the annual Hit the Trail Community Bike ride event held at Valencia Heritage Park in Santa Clarita on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Bikers ‘Hit the Trail,’ provide input for bicycle master plan

Bicyclists, from enthusiasts to families with children, rode along the nearby paseos at Valencia Heritage Park for Hit the Trail Community Bike Ride 2019 on Saturday. “It’s a fun, family…

Continue Reading Bikers ‘Hit the Trail,’ provide input for bicycle master plan
Shelter Hope brings science to children
Valencia High School science student, Lauren Chen, left, explains an experiment using memory shape alloy metal springs and hot water to youngsters, from left, Brianna Veto, 9, Layla Pyczynski, 8, Charlie Leblanc, 7, and Pippa Pyczynski, 7, as they attend Science Night hosted by Valencia High School STEMS Club at Shelter Hope Pet Shop in Valencia on Friday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Shelter Hope brings science to children

Students from the Valencia High School STEM Club hosted a special “Science Night” at another of Shelter Hope Pet Shop’s Kids’ Night Out events on Friday, May 10. Shelter Hope…

Continue Reading Shelter Hope brings science to children
Largest food drive in the world comes to Santa Clarita
Volunteers Emma Rigor, left, and Joseph Rigor, right, sort through the food donations at the SCV Food Pantry during the National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive on Saturday, May 11. Emily Alvarenga/The Signal

Largest food drive in the world comes to Santa Clarita

The National Association of Letter Carriers’ food drive once again made a special delivery to the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry in Newhall for its 27th year on Saturday in…

Continue Reading Largest food drive in the world comes to Santa Clarita
Cosplay in the Santa Clarita Valley: Caring, community and commerce
Matt Denny (second from right) likes to participate in historical reenactments as a Revolutionary War British redcoat. Loni Cuatt

Cosplay in the Santa Clarita Valley: Caring, community and commerce

Michael Gomes enjoys the convenience of modern society, but sometimes feels like he wants to rebel against the kind of uniformity his homeowners association demands, letting his imagination and creativity…

Continue Reading Cosplay in the Santa Clarita Valley: Caring, community and commerce