Johnny Crawford, of ‘Rifleman’ fame, dies at 75

By Danielle Gallegos  For The Signal  Johnny Crawford, the actor best known for his role as Mark McCain in “The Rifleman,” died Thursday after battling COVID-19 and pneumonia. He was 75.  Crawford’s wife, Charlotte, was by his side, according

Authorities seek help in finding Santa Clarita man reported missing

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials are asking for the public’s help in finding 21-year-old Oscar Camas of Canyon Country.   Camas was last seen Wednesday in the early-morning hours at his residence in 27000 block of Solamint Road.   An LASD news

Newhall Crossings is a project built by the Serrano Development Group down the street from a plan that was submitted in April. Signal file photo

CalArtians’ works on display at Newhall Crossings

California Institute of the Arts, or CalArts, is leasing space in Downtown Newhall to put its students’ artwork on display, officials with the Valencia arts college announced recently.  The agreement at Newhall Crossings, which

Santa Clarita experiences hail and rain

The Santa Clarita Valley received its second hail storm of the year after getting less than an inch of rain in the afternoon on Wednesday, according to the National Weather

AvenuesSLS seeks donations on Giving Tuesday

By Claire SchlamanFor The Signal The Valencia nonprofit Avenues Supported Living Services is seeking donations this Giving Tuesday after suffering greatly from the effects of COVID-19.  Giving Tuesday, which falls

COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County

By Claire SchlamanFor The Signal The Los Angeles County Public Health Department has released data regarding non-residential meeting areas that have three or more confirmed cases of COVID-19. These include

Scammers targeting 2020 Census

By Claire SchlamanFor The Signal The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is warning residents that scammers are using the 2020 Census as an attempt to steal personal and financial

Spirits rising thanks to community support

By Claire SchlamanFor The Signal Fourteen-year-old Dani Ward, daughter of Stacy and Devar Ward, was diagnosed with cancer in July, and her parents are seeking community support in helping with

Obituary scams becoming more prevalent

By Claire Schlaman Special to The Signal As families grieve over the loss of a loved one, scammers have increasingly taken advantage of potential vulnerabilities created by obituaries, according to

Trinity students earn first associate degrees

By Claire CorneliusFor The Signal Trinity Classical Academy awarded associate degrees to five 2020 graduates as a part of Trinity’s Dual Credit program in conjunction with Colorado Christian University. Trinity

SCV Realtors discuss market, supply

By Noelle Blumel For the Signal Santa Clarita Valley real estate experts aren’t really surprised to see a relatively mild market based on current quarantine conditions, with June numbers indicating

SCV athletes prep for next level amid quarantine

By Claire CorneliusFor The Signal Normally, after baseball player Tucker Panarisi spends a couple of hours practicing his swings in the cages, he hits the weight room with his teammates. 

Hart District alumni make time to give back

By Claire CorneliusFor The Signal Many William S. Hart Union High School District alumni return to Santa Clarita to give back to their former sports programs, where their collegiate and