Chamber hosts COVID-19 webinar
The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce held a COVID-19 Teleconference to discuss business continuity on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Courtesy of the SCV Chamber of Commerce

Chamber hosts COVID-19 webinar

More than 250 people in the local business community logged on to learn more about the coronavirus, or COVID-19, as the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce held a COVID-19…

Closures continue to impact Santa Clarita businesses
Local Starbucks locations are implementing a "Grab-and-Go" policy where their stores remain open for take-out customers only. March 16, 2020. Bobby Block / The Signal.

Closures continue to impact Santa Clarita businesses

The day after Los Angeles County officials ordered the closure of bars and restaurants, a number of Santa Clarita closures also followed suit. While the Westfield Valencia Town Center is…

Restocking shelves amid the novel coronavirus
Shoppers wait to check out at Ralphs Super Market in Castaic on Monday, March 16, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

Restocking shelves amid the novel coronavirus

In an effort to replenish empty shelves amid the coronavirus outbreak, Santa Clarita Valley stores have implemented changes they believe will help keep the products in the hands of customers,…

SCV lawmakers help secure $1B in emergency funds to fight COVID-19
Sacramento, State Capitol Building

SCV lawmakers help secure $1B in emergency funds to fight COVID-19

Santa Clarita Valley lawmakers helped secure $1 billion in emergency funds for California’s fight against the novel coronavirus that has spread across the state, including in the Santa Clarita Valley.…

Sheriff discusses enforcement during pandemic
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's station is implementing new measures to adapt to the coronavirus pandemic. March 17, 2020. Bobby Block / The Signal.

Sheriff discusses enforcement during pandemic

Although a number of businesses and establishments have made the decision to close in light of the coronavirus pandemic, deputies at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station remain on patrol,…

Local markets open early for elderly and higher-risk shoppers
A man wearing gloves and mask joins the line of shoppers as thye wait for Ralphs Super Market to open in Castaic on Tuesday morning. Dan Watson/The Signal

Local markets open early for elderly and higher-risk shoppers

Some local supermarkets in the Santa Clarita Valley are opening their doors early for the elderly and other high-risk shoppers starting tomorrow.  In Los Angeles County, there have been 144…

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