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

Wiley Canyon celebrates Thirst Project

By Kaitlyn Nickerson  For The Signal Students from kindergarten through sixth grade filed into the multi-purpose room at Wiley Canyon Elementary School in Newhall on

Bowl for a cause with Bowling for Kids

Bowling fans and their friends have a chance to help out Children’s Hospital Los Angeles at the eighth annual Bowling for Kids event, hosted by

SCV churches to host Thanksgiving events

By Raychel Stewart For The Signal Throughout the next week, local churches will be hosting Thanksgiving services and feasts to celebrate the holiday.  Bethlehem SCV

SCUMC to host ‘Friendsgiving’

By Kaitlyn Nickerson For The Signal  The Santa Clarita United Methodist Church is scheduled to host a community “Friendsgiving” in order to give members of

How to process trauma during tragedies

By Raychel Stewart For The Signal For many, Thursday’s tragedy created traumatic memories, and PTSD can be a struggle after incidents like the shooting at

Jaycees to host first open day.

By Kaitlyn Nickerson For The Signal The Santa Clarita Valley chapter of Junior Chamber International, commonly known as the Jaycees, is hosting a full day