CalArts to offer free concerts for World Music Festival

Professional artists, as well as California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) students, faculty and alumni, are working together to create original music and performances for the institute’s annual World Music

Saugus district to pilot visitor management system

Two schools in the Saugus Union School District plan to begin piloting a new web-based visitor management system after spring break. Both Mountainview Elementary School and Plum Canyon Elementary School

West Creek Academy opens new campus building

This spring, West Creek Academy welcomed students into its new two-story classroom building. “It’s made to house classrooms, as well as labs,” Principal Susan Bett said. “Currently, we have four

Dense clouds hover above the mountains next to Placerita Canyon Road as a storm hits Santa Clarita on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Small rainstorm heading to the SCV Friday

A small rainstorm is expected to make its way into the Santa Clarita Valley this week. “The storm is coming in Friday night. After midnight there’s a 20 percent chance

CDC warns of second flu wave

The year’s flu season is not over just yet. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are warning of a possible second flu wave from the second strain of

Rio Vista students win Fluor Engineering Challenge

Rio Vista Elementary School students in Cecilia Lorett’s fifth-grade class tested their design and engineering skills by participating in this year’s Fluor Engineering Challenge. The annual educational challenge was created