Project Linus: Student-run organization makes blankets for sick, traumatized kids
Academy of the Canyons students Alexandra Asi, 17, left, and Josephine Kim, 18, fold one of their completed blankets as they participate in the annual Project Linus, Make a Blanket Day event held at College of the Canyons on Saturday, September 28, 2019. Dan Watson/The Signal

Project Linus: Student-run organization makes blankets for sick, traumatized kids

As she sat in the neonatal intensive care unit and worried about her child who was born barely breathing and riddled with pneumonia, Sharon Garver said she was given a…

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Hart board to discuss a $20-million purchase of solar panels, classified employees
The William S. Hart Union High School DIstrict office

Hart board to discuss a $20-million purchase of solar panels, classified employees

Along with showing appreciation for their classified staff members, the William S. Hart Union High School District governing board will discuss a $20-million purchase of solar power generating facilities. In…

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Hart girls volleyball protects home court against Saugus
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Hart girls volleyball protects home court against Saugus

The Hart girls volleyball team began Tuesday’s Foothill League home game against Saugus with something to prove. Sitting in second place in the league standings behind West Ranch, Hart suffered…

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Golden Valley girls tennis defeats Canyon for first league win
Golden Valley's Ashleigh Azarraga returns a volley in a matchup with Canyon at Canyon High School Tuesday afternoon. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Golden Valley girls tennis defeats Canyon for first league win

The Golden Valley girls tennis team logged its first Foothill League win of the season on Tuesday, defeating Canyon on the road 14-4. The Grizzlies dominated on the doubles side,…

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Cali Lake RV residents to meet with state, county officials
Carrie, left, and Justin Powers and their seven children have been residents since July at Cali Lake RV Resort on Tuesday, October 01, 2019. Dan Watson/The Signal

Cali Lake RV residents to meet with state, county officials

At least five families have left Cali Lake RV Resort this week after the state issued a notice to suspend the park owner’s permit to operate unless a number of…

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TMU Insider:  Master’s volleyball rallies to take down No. 21 Vanguard in five
Katie Emmerling was named GSAC Setter of the Week after helping the Mustangs take down No. 21 Vanguard on the road Saturday. Photo by Jacob Velarde

TMU Insider: Master’s volleyball rallies to take down No. 21 Vanguard in five

By Mason Nesbitt For The Signal The weekend could have been stressful. Instead, the Mustang women’s volleyball team took a collective deep breath.  "We were much looser and more confident…

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City offering free charging, bus rides for clean air day
A city bus returns from its morning route at the Transit Maintenance Facility on Constellation Road. Gilbert Bernal \ The Signal

City offering free charging, bus rides for clean air day

Santa Clarita plans to join transportation providers, local municipalities and businesses throughout California to celebrate California Clean Air Day today.  Offering free local and commuter trips on Santa Clarita’s CNG-powered…

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