Debut of local filmmaker’s second film gets full house
The cast and crew answered questions after the screening of “The Adventure of TP Man and Flusher” at the MAIN Theater on Saturday. From left to right, Abby Stevens, Ben Snow, Blake Borders, Griffin Loch, Arielle Gottesman, San Grossinger, Skyler Verkouteren, Eric Mickelson, and Robert McPeters at The MAIN Theater on Saturday. Emily Alvarenga/The Signal

Debut of local filmmaker’s second film gets full house

Newhall’s The MAIN hosted the screening of 15-year-old Griffin Loch’s second feature-length film on Saturday. Almost every seat was full at the fifth and final screening of “The Adventure of…

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Little league lives on
Los Angeles County Supervisor, 5th District, Kathryn Barger throws out the first pitch of the season during the opening ceremony of the Santa Clarita Youth Baseball League held at the Castaic Sports Complex on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Little league lives on

The Santa Clarita Youth Baseball league is back as they celebrated their 2019 opening ceremony at their new home, the Castaic Sports Complex, on Saturday. After leaving the fields at…

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Man detained after incident on Santa Clarita bus
Deputies detain a man suspected of assaulting a bus driver near the Newhall Metrolink Station. Austin Dave/The Signal

Man detained after incident on Santa Clarita bus

A Santa Clarita Transit commuter bus headed for North Hollywood was held up Friday as deputies investigated an assault, authorities confirmed. The incident occurred near the Newhall Metrolink Station shortly…

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Young filmmaker’s second feature-length film gets local debut
14-year-old filmmaker Griffin Loch is set to premiere his second feature-length film this Saturday, March 9 at The Main Theater. Courtesy of Griffin Loch

Young filmmaker’s second feature-length film gets local debut

Griffin Loch, a local teen filmmaker, will hold a screening of his second full-length film this Saturday, March 9, at The MAIN Theater. Loch says he has always wanted to…

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Henry Mayo’s new patient tower gets a little color
Local artist Frank Rock was commissioned to paint a mural along a newly constructed wall outside the dining area of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital's patient tower in Valencia. Austin Dave/The Signal

Henry Mayo’s new patient tower gets a little color

Local artist Frank Rock has donned a hard hat and safety vest to paint his latest Santa Clarita art installation. This one is a three-story mural at Henry Mayo Newhall…

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Local parent’s wish came true
Anthony Bevan, right, and his family from left, Hilda, Ryan, 6, and Kaylie, 12, sit in their new 2018 Honda Civic LX after Bevan's winning ticket was drawn during the WiSH Education Foundation fundraiser held at AutoNation Chevrolet in Valencia on Wednesday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Local parent’s wish came true

Anthony Bevan, the parent of a Sierra Vista Junior High School seventh-grade student, was the lucky winner of a brand new 2018 Honda Civic LX from AutoNation Chevrolet Valencia on…

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Hope Through Horses Open Barn rescheduled due to flooding
Straightening Reins executive director, Deborah Rocha, says equine therapy ranch is struggling with water damage due to the rain. Emily Alvarenga/The Signal

Hope Through Horses Open Barn rescheduled due to flooding

Straightening Reins, an equine therapy ranch, and Redemption Road K9, a canine cynology center, had planned to host their first Hopes Through Horses Open Barn this Saturday, but due to…

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Nothing but strikes for these seniors
Joe Gotto swings a Nintendo Wii controller during a game of bowling Tuesday at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. The center’s Wii bowling team, The Alley Oops, is competing in a statewide tournament and has won two weeks straight. Emily Alvarenga/The Signal

Nothing but strikes for these seniors

The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center’s Wii bowling team is on a winning streak. That’s right, Wii bowling. The Alley Oops, as they call themselves, are competing in the senior…

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