Read more about the article Debunking Common Bathroom Remodeling Misconceptions
“There’s a lot of misinformation about renovations, especially when it comes to bathrooms,” said Scott McGillivray, HGTV star. “A lot of people think a bathroom renovation means you have to gut the whole thing and start over. That is not true.”

Debunking Common Bathroom Remodeling Misconceptions

(Family Features) Many homeowners put off upgrading essential spaces like the bathroom because they perceive the hassle or expense outweighs the benefit. Common myths surrounding these projects keep many homeowners…

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Read more about the article One person dead following two-vehicle collision on I-5
A sign in front of the California Highway Patrol office.

One person dead following two-vehicle collision on I-5

A person was pronounced deceased following a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 5 early Sunday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.  “The call came out at about 2:05 a.m.,” said…

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Read more about the article 2-3 inches of rain expected in weekend storm 
Heavy rain on Feb. 1 saw emptier streets and drivers who took precautious measures for their safety. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

2-3 inches of rain expected in weekend storm 

Santa Clarita is not in the clear just yet, as another storm is set to start as early as Saturday night and bring precipitation into early Wednesday morning.   According to…

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Read more about the article Dead mountain lion found on Highway 14  
A sign in front of the California Highway Patrol office.

Dead mountain lion found on Highway 14  

A dead mountain lion was found on the southbound Highway 14 near Santiago Road on Saturday morning, according to California Highway Patrol Traffic Management.   The CHP received reports of a…

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Read more about the article <strong>SCV Education Foundation gifts materials to 13 teachers</strong>
13 teachers were granted special materials for their classrooms to continue their innovative teaching by the SCV Learning Foundation on Thursday afternoon. Katherine Quezada/The Signal

SCV Education Foundation gifts materials to 13 teachers

Thirteen public school teachers from the Santa Clarita Valley were granted materials they applied for through the Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation to support their classroom activities and innovative teaching…

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Read more about the article <strong>Hart district board to consider layoffs </strong> 
The William S. Hart Union High School District office

Hart district board to consider layoffs  

The William S. Hart Union High School District governing board is set to discuss layoffs and possible eliminations and reductions of services during the board’s meeting Wednesday.  According to the…

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Read more about the article <strong>Spring ends Trinity career all over record books</strong> 
Trinity shooting guard Lucas Spring (24) dribbles the ball against El Segundo senior Shane Biscaya (2) during the third quarter of the CIF quarterfinals at Master's University on Feb. 13. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

Spring ends Trinity career all over record books 

Senior Lucas Spring has spent his entire schooling at Trinity Classical Academy.   Now after spending most of his life in the school, his name will last forever in the record…

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Read more about the article <strong>Valencia defense shines in tie with Rio Mesa </strong> 
Valencia center fielder Will Verlaque (8) catches the ball during the first inning of Thursday's game against Rio Mesa on Feb. 15. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

Valencia defense shines in tie with Rio Mesa  

Strong defense and pitching by the Valencia Vikings was too much for the visiting Rio Mesa Spartans on Thursday.   Eight innings wasn’t enough to declare a winner of the Easton…

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Read more about the article Community group shares numbers on suicide, prevention outreach 
The “Shine a Light” event in 2018 at the College of Canyons was held to spread awareness on suicide and dispel the stigmas associated with mental health. The school placed more than 1,100 lanterns in the Honor Grove to represent the 1,100 college students that lose their lives to suicide every year. SIGNAL FILE PHOTO

Community group shares numbers on suicide, prevention outreach 

The latest figures shared with the Santa Clarita Valley Suicide Prevention, Postvention and Wellness Committee indicated there were 20 suicides last year compared to 33 in 2022, officials said.  The…

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Canyon Country man arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting 16-year-old girl 

A Canyon Country man was arrested this week in connection with an alleged sexual assault that occurred two years ago involving a girl who was 16 years old at the…

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