Canyon girls hoops holds on to late lead against Hart
Canyon's Chidinma Okafor (13) and and Lucy Collins (33) go up to block a shot by Maddie Jensen (34) of Hart at Hart on Friday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Canyon girls hoops holds on to late lead against Hart

With a minute and 40 seconds remaining in the game against Hart, Canyon girls basketball’s Lucy Collins made a basket to put Canyon ahead by one point. Hart took possession,…

Continue Reading Canyon girls hoops holds on to late lead against Hart
Trinity girls hoops clinches Heritage League title against SCCS
Trinity's Trinity Towns (12) drives. Trinity beat SCCS 47-44. Photo courtesy Wally Caddow

Trinity girls hoops clinches Heritage League title against SCCS

Trinity Classical Academy girls basketball had one of its toughest challenges to date on Friday night, playing crosstown rival Santa Clarita Christian School on the road. In a packed SCCS…

Continue Reading Trinity girls hoops clinches Heritage League title against SCCS
Hart boys basketball shrugs off slow start against Canyon, sweeps series
Canyon teammates Anthony Gallo (2) and Anthony Regalado (10) try to stop Hart's Ty Penberthy (2) as he shoots a three-pointer at Hart on Friday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Hart boys basketball shrugs off slow start against Canyon, sweeps series

In the second matchup of the season, after handing Valencia its first league loss of the season, the Hart boys basketball team hosted Canyon at Hart High School in a…

Continue Reading Hart boys basketball shrugs off slow start against Canyon, sweeps series
Santa Claritan makes Off-Broadway debut
Santa Clarita raised actress Jacqueline Keeley stars in her first off-Broadway show "Good Morning New York" as three traffic reporters. Cassandra Vagher Creative LLC

Santa Claritan makes Off-Broadway debut

Jacqueline Keeley, a former Valencia High School and College of the Canyons student, is a film, television and theatrical actress. On Jan. 11, she made her debut in an off-Broadway show, reprising her roles in the musical “Good Morning New York.”

Continue Reading Santa Claritan makes Off-Broadway debut
Deputies arrest one in connection to stolen vehicle
Deputies arrest one in connection to reports of a stolen vehicle in Newhall. Bobby Block/ The Signal

Deputies arrest one in connection to stolen vehicle

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies arrested at least one person in connection to reports of a stolen vehicle Friday night in Newhall.  The incident occurred on Newhall Avenue near…

Continue Reading Deputies arrest one in connection to stolen vehicle
American Beauty homeowners seek answers to ‘emergency special assessment’
American Beauty Village condos from Rue Crevier. Dan Watson/The Signal

American Beauty homeowners seek answers to ‘emergency special assessment’

Homeowners of nearly 450 units at a Canyon Country condominium complex are demanding answers and transparency from their property management company after receiving notice to pay $5,500 each for an…

Continue Reading American Beauty homeowners seek answers to ‘emergency special assessment’
SCV Chamber of Commerce holds 97th Award Ceremony
2020 SCV Chamber Board Chair Nancy Starczyk, left, is sworn in by State Senator Scott Wilk during the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce's 97th Awards and Installation Gala held at the Hyatt Regency Valencia on Saturday,January 24, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

SCV Chamber of Commerce holds 97th Award Ceremony

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce held its 97th annual Awards and Installation Gala last weekend. Along with cocktails and dinner, six awards were given out to local businesses…

Continue Reading SCV Chamber of Commerce holds 97th Award Ceremony
Schools enforce ‘personal device’ policy
Parents drop students off early morning at Castaic Middle School. Gilbert Bernal / The Signal

Schools enforce ‘personal device’ policy

Junior high schools across the Santa Clarita Valley began the school year implementing a “personal device” policy that requires students to keep cell phones and other electronic devices in their…

Continue Reading Schools enforce ‘personal device’ policy