It’s time to ‘Spread the Sparkle’
Tinnley Reese Harmon, a 2-year-old who passed away in October 2018 after a nearly year-long battle with acute myeloid leukemia and the inspiration for The Sparkle of Tinnley Organization. Courtesy of Corinna Schutz Photography

It’s time to ‘Spread the Sparkle’

Tinnley Reese Harmon was a happy, healthy 1-and-a-half-year-old.  But, while on a family vacation in November 2017, the Harmons took Tinnley to the emergency room, where they ultimately discovered that…

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CIF-Southern Section releases basketball playoff brackets

Girls basketball Division 2AAValencia at El DoradoCanyon at PasadenaSaugus: Bye Division 3AHart at West Covina Division 5ALutheran at Santa Clarita Christian Division 5AATrinity Classical Academy: Bye Boys basketball Division 1Valencia:…

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Former Hart soccer player fulfills her Destinney
Destinney Duron drives the ball downfield for Club America in Mexico City. // Photo Courtesy Destinney Duron

Former Hart soccer player fulfills her Destinney

Destinney Duron’s childhood dream was realized in December. Duron recently signed with Club America in Mexico City to play professional soccer. Her dream officially became reality on Dec. 30 when…

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Community makes valentines for ‘Hometown Heroes’
Julian Ybarra, a third grader attending Valencia Valley Elementary school, works on creating Valentine's Day Cards for active duty soldiers at a "Hearts for Heroes" event hosted by Prayer Angels for the Military at American Legion Post 504 Saturday morning. February 08, 2020. Bobby Block / The Signal.

Community makes valentines for ‘Hometown Heroes’

To appreciate the “Hometown Heroes” in Santa Clarita, Prayer Angels for the Military hosted their 16th annual Hearts for Heroes program Saturday afternoon, where children and their families made valentines…

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Robert Lamoureux: Mold and leaks around new windows
Robert Lamoureux has more than 40 years of experience as a general contractor, with separate licenses in electrical and plumbing contracting. He owns IMS Construction Inc. in Valencia. His opinions are his own, not necessarily those of The Signal. Opinions expressed in this column are not meant to replace the recommendations of a qualified contractor after that contractor has made a thorough visual inspection. Email questions to Robert at [email protected]

Robert Lamoureux: Mold and leaks around new windows

Question No. 1  Robert, The photo shows that this is the job going on right now at my son’s house in Texas. They are replacing a failed window and they…

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Cost of raising a child reaches nearly a half-million
Father, Jason Jones, takes son, Kellen, 11, to baseball practice. Dan Watson/The Signal

Cost of raising a child reaches nearly a half-million

With three children who each play a different sport, Santa Clarita couple Pearl and Jason Jones are very familiar with the growing costs associated with raising a child. “Yes, raising…

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Sherwoods share their stories
Rocky Sherwood, displays a photo of himself in the U.S.Coast Guard as he poses with is father, Rocky Sherwood and his retirement photo from the L.A. Police Department. Dan Watson/The Signal

Sherwoods share their stories

Everyone always asks Canyon Country resident Rocky Sherwood if he was named after the movie. “No, I was 10 when that movie came out in 1973 — that movie is…

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