Saddleridge Fire: Freeways reopened, no immediate threat to Santa Clarita; 7,965 acres, 33% containment
A firefighter looks on at a flare up caused by the Saddleridge Fire near Santa Clarita. Bobby Block.

Saddleridge Fire: Freeways reopened, no immediate threat to Santa Clarita; 7,965 acres, 33% containment

First responders said the road closures caused on freeways in Santa Clarita due to the Saddleridge Fire were mostly lifted on Saturday. A small flare-up on Interstate 5 south of…

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Saugus traffic collision involves 5 vehicles, ambulances on scene
A five-way vehicle collision in the Saugus area Saturday resulted in law enforcement and medical responders being called to the scene. Bobby Block / The Signal.

Saugus traffic collision involves 5 vehicles, ambulances on scene

A five-way vehicle collision in the Saugus area Saturday resulted in law enforcement and medical responders being called to the scene. The call of the collision occurred at 4:54 p.m.…

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Celebrating 15 years of Circle of Hope
The Halloween themed table entitled "Me & My Ghoulfriends" is one fo 28 decorated tables at the 2019 Circle of Hope Afternoon Tea event held at the Hyatt Regency Valencia on Saturday, October 12, 2019. Dan Watson/The Signal

Celebrating 15 years of Circle of Hope

Circle of Hope celebrated their 15th annual Afternoon Tea on Saturday with guests, a keynote speaker, silent and live auctions, and more at the Hyatt Regency Valencia. This nonprofit helps…

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Henry Mayo hosts open house for new patient tower
Food Coordinator Sammy Anissi, left, talks about the new cafe in the basement of the new Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Patient Tower during an open house in Valencia on Saturday, October 12, 2019. Dan Watson/The Signal

Henry Mayo hosts open house for new patient tower

After years in the making, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital invited the public to celebrate the grand opening of its new patient tower with an open house on Saturday. Guests were…

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Saugus board set to discuss CAASPP results, learning disabilities and construction projects
On Tuesday, the Saugus Union finalized the details of its upcoming Governing Board election election.

Saugus board set to discuss CAASPP results, learning disabilities and construction projects

The Saugus Union School District is set Tuesday to review their standard test scores from 2018-19, recognize Learning Disabilities Month and approve a handful of school site construction projects. Officially…

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Paul Butler: Talking workplace politics
Paul Butler is a Santa Clarita resident and a client partner with Newleaf Training and Development of Valencia (newleaftd.com). The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of The Signal newspaper. For questions or comments, email Butler at [email protected]

Paul Butler: Talking workplace politics

This week, I thought I’d keep it light and talk politics! People are paying a lot of interest to what the politicians are saying or not saying and, even more…

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