Jeremiah Rasmussen: Hart’s cross-country cadet enters West Point
Jeremiah Rasmussen, a former Hart High Indian, plans to run cross-country for West Point in the fall, and track & field in the spring. Courtesy photo

Jeremiah Rasmussen: Hart’s cross-country cadet enters West Point

Editor’s note: This is the second in a continuing series looking at Santa Clarita Valley residents who earned acceptance into the various U.S. military academies. Going to West Point was…

Local author to host book launch on moon landing’s 50th anniversary
Karen Jameson presents her new children's book, which will launch July 2, 2019. Lorena Mejia/The Signal

Local author to host book launch on moon landing’s 50th anniversary

Though Karen Jameson didn’t realize it right away, the launch of her first children’s book, “Moon Babies,” correlates directly with the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Jameson,…

Reverend talks to UUSCV about America’s ‘Great Wound’
The Unitarian Universalists of the Santa Clarita Valley hosted a discussion on racism in America following their morning services Sunday morning at the Vibe Performing Arts Center in Newhall. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Reverend talks to UUSCV about America’s ‘Great Wound’

The Unitarian Universalists of the Santa Clarita Valley welcomed the Rev. Kenneth Collier on Sunday to talk at Vibe Performing Arts Center in Newhall about the history of racism in…

City Council approves new zoning rules, business community suggest higher building heights
Construction continues near the 400 building of classrooms at Castaic High School on Friday. Dan Watson/The Signal

City Council approves new zoning rules, business community suggest higher building heights

The Santa Clarita Valley business community supported new city rules aimed at enhancing the area’s “business-friendly” reputation, before City Council voted Tuesday to approve the regulations.  Council members voted 4-1…

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