Funcionarios discuten protección del alquiler, hipotecas mientras COVID-19 casos confirmados aumentan
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Funcionarios discuten protección del alquiler, hipotecas mientras COVID-19 casos confirmados aumentan

Por Tammy Murga y Lauren Budman Mientras el total de los casos confirmados de el COVID-19 aumentaron en el Valle de Santa Clarita y en todo el condado de Los…

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Undefeated West Ranch dance team’s final national competition nixed by COVID-19
The 2019-20 West Ranch Dance Team with coach Tammie Johnston (far right) and assistant coach Megan Deffenbaugh (far left)

Undefeated West Ranch dance team’s final national competition nixed by COVID-19

On Sunday night, the West Ranch High School dance team could have been driving home through the Newhall Pass, tired and exhausted from another weekend of intense competition -- but…

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Attorney who withdrew Patios Connections appeal declines to offer details
Renderings show the Costco entrance, with a glimpse of the luxury cinema and fitness center on the top level. Courtesy of Westfield Valencia Town Center

Attorney who withdrew Patios Connections appeal declines to offer details

While confirming an appeal to halt the expansion of the Westfield Valencia Town Center was rescinded, the attorney behind the appeal declined to provide details into why he withdrew it. …

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Santa Clarita participates in global effort to create personal protective equipment
Rachel Nelson, left, packages some of the 24 finished masks as Wade Morrison disinfects the MERV-13 filters that are inserted in the fabric masks assembled at No Strings Attached Costumes in Saugus on Wednesday, March 25, 2020.

Santa Clarita participates in global effort to create personal protective equipment

Santa Clarita Valley residents have joined in on the global effort to donate critical personal protective equipment to be used by medical workers battling the coronavirus — even going so…

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Senate passes $2 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill
COVID-19. Courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control.

Senate passes $2 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill

With a unanimous Senate vote late Wednesday, a $2-trillion stimulus package is now headed to the House, where they will discuss a spending bill aimed at shielding the economy from…

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Henry Mayo to host two blood drives
Red Cross collection technician Monica Guerrero, right, takes the temperature of a potential blood donor during the blood drive held at the Henry Mayo Center at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

Henry Mayo to host two blood drives

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is hosting two blood drives next week to support the American Red Cross as it continues to face a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented…

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Kaiser to temporarily close some SCV medical offices

Kaiser Permanente announced Wednesday that it has temporarily closed select medical offices in Santa Clarita due to the coronavirus.  “We are at a critical moment in our fight against COVID-19,”…

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County’s mental health video series discusses anxiety, change amid COVID-19
County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, representing the 5th district visits The Signal to discuss ideas and goals she plans to accomplish during her time as chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

County’s mental health video series discusses anxiety, change amid COVID-19

Over the course of only a couple weeks, Santa Clarita Valley residents and the rest of California have gradually changed their routines with major disruptions brought forth by the novel…

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Coronavirus: City to consider adopting rent protection order
Santa Clarita City Hall, as pictured on February, 26, 2020, is located on the 23900 block of Valencia Blvd. Dan Watson/The Signal

Coronavirus: City to consider adopting rent protection order

The Santa Clarita City Council is expected to consider adopting a rent protection order next week as many residential and commercial tenants have been faced with unemployment due to a…

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