UPDATE:  Pellets fired at parishioners working at their church in Newhall
An exterior light fixture displays multiple hits from BBs at the Kingdom Hall of Jahovah's Witnesses in Newhall after a report of a shot from a BB gun on the 2500 block of Newhall Avenue on Friday. Dan Watson/The Signal

UPDATE: Pellets fired at parishioners working at their church in Newhall

Parishioners working outside their church ran for cover mid-afternoon Friday when someone began firing pellets or BB gun projectiles, narrowly missing them and shattering a glass light fixture. Shortly before…

Swimmers impress on Day 2 of CA Speedo Summer Sectionals
Swimmers dive off the starting blocks as they compete in heat 7 of the senior men's 200 freestyle event during the Speedo Summer Sectionals held at The Santa Clarita Aquatic Center in Santa Clarita on Friday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Swimmers impress on Day 2 of CA Speedo Summer Sectionals

Day 2 of the 2019 CA Speedo Summer Sectionals continued with six individual swimmers and six relay teams from Canyons Aquatics and Paseo Aquatics advancing to the finals at the…

Chabad of SCV opens fundraiser to help ‘Youth Initiative’
Rabbi Choni Marozov lights a yahrzeit candle on the eve of Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement at Chabad SCV in Newhall in 2018. Marozov said Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year in the Jewish religion, is "a day of forgiveness." Cory Rubin/ The Signal

Chabad of SCV opens fundraiser to help ‘Youth Initiative’

Chabad of SCV’s Rabbi Choni Marozov has made it his birthday wish to once again raise money for Chabad’s Jewish Youth Initiative. Ahead of Marzov’s 46th birthday on Sept. 3,…

Elevate Church to offer SCV residents financial help through ‘Financial Peace University’
Elevate Church members gather for a service. Elevate Church is hosting their family conference to remind families it takes a tribe and to restore families to God’s design, one of joy, peace, love and unity. Courtesy photo.

Elevate Church to offer SCV residents financial help through ‘Financial Peace University’

Newhall’s Elevate Church will be setting aside time for Santa Clarita Valley residents to receive financial guidance with Financial Peace University, beginning Aug. 12.  Lead pastor Mauricio Ruiz said he…

West Ranch grad among several artists offering DTLA-based art exhibition
Artist Zachary Erberich implemented the ideas of water, life and death into this illustration for a class at CSUN. Image courtesy: Zachary Erberich

West Ranch grad among several artists offering DTLA-based art exhibition

Years of designing, sketching, painting and creating works of art has brought Valencia resident Zachary Erberich to be one of several featured artists at the upcoming “Blend: Art Show of…

Straightening Reins founder retires from teaching to focus on nonprofit
Founder Debbie Rocha with nine-year-old quarter horse, Jax has retired from teaching to focus more time at SRD Straightening Reins in Santa Clarita. Dan Watson/The Signal

Straightening Reins founder retires from teaching to focus on nonprofit

Deborah Rocha has worn many hats over the past few years. She was a teacher for 34 years, Saugus Teachers Association president for 11 years and founder of SRD~Straightening Reins,…

Young director sets sights on third feature-length film
Actor Benjamin Snow, third from left, introduces himself before taking part in a script-read of "A Spark in Nothing" at director Griffin Loch's house. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

Young director sets sights on third feature-length film

Surrounded by his cast and crew, Griffin Loch’s script for his next feature film was to ready for a read-through at his home on Saturday. Loch was excited to see…

Behind the scenes of Six Flags’ newest coaster
Condtruction crews assemble the supports for Six Flags Magic Mountain's newest roller coaster, West Coast Customs Racers which is set to open later this year. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Behind the scenes of Six Flags’ newest coaster

Construction on Six Flags Magic Mountain’s newest roller coaster has been moving forward as they work to lay some of the 4,000 feet of track that will make up West…

Bridge to Home secures $840K for year-round operations
FILE PHOTO Bridge to Home Shelter donations come from families, churches, scouts and businesses. Helping set up the sleeping quarters with blankets and towels are volunteers Haley (L) and Riley (C) Cabot and Resident Attendant Jayne Patafio (R). Photo Tom Cruze/For the Signal

Bridge to Home secures $840K for year-round operations

The Santa Clarita Valley’s only homeless shelter, run by the nonprofit Bridge to Home, announced Friday it secured $840,000 in year-round funding for 60 beds and 24-hour services starting this…

Summer Institute offers children the chance to explore careers, creativity
Students piece together their architecture projects at the 2019 COC Summer Institute at College of the Canyons Friday morning. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Summer Institute offers children the chance to explore careers, creativity

After a week of exploring subjects like robotics, photography and genetic engineering, local middle-schoolers completed their final session of the 2019 College of the Canyons’ Summer Institute Friday. This year’s…

Cocktails on the roof announce tickets are for sale
SIGNAL FILE PHOTO: Brand Ambassador,Tiara Lanai serves mixed drinks at the Deep Eddy Vodka booth, one of forty vendors at the Cocktails on the Roof event to benefit the WiSH Foundation, serving the 23,000 students of the William S. Hart School District. The event was held on the roof of the Macy's parking lot at the Westfield Valencia town Center in Valencia in 2017. Dan Watson/For the Signal

Cocktails on the roof announce tickets are for sale

WiSH Education Foundation officials announced the organization’s annual Cocktails on the Roof fundraiser will be held Sept. 6. Once again being hosted by the WiSH Education Foundation, officials say the…

Algae bloom at Castaic Lake prompts caution advisory
FILE ART. A swimmer looks out over a serene Paradise Cove at Castaic Lake's Lower Lagoon. The lake is part of the State Water Project that transports Northern California water to Southern California. August 14, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Algae bloom at Castaic Lake prompts caution advisory

State water officials issued a “caution advisory” Thursday warning visitors to Castaic Lake about a toxic algae bloom spotted in the upper lake. Local park officials, however, pointed out Thursday…

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