How to Adjust Your Budget in Winter

Winter is here, which means colder temperatures, winter festivals, and the holiday season. While the winter months can be fun, it can also be a hard period to get through

Bella Vida to host tribute for Veterans Day

By Raychel Stewart For The Signal The Bella Vida senior center is hosting a Veterans Day tribute event to give thanks and gratitude for veterans throughout the country on Nov.

Halloween takes over Castaic Sports Complex

By Raychel Stewart For The Signal The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation hosted the annual Halloween Splash and Carnival at the Castaic Sports Complex and Aquatic Center

Tips to prevent hearing loss in seniors

By Raychel Stewart For The Signal Fifteen percent of people over the age of 18 report some type of hearing loss, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. That number jumps to

Local churches offer Halloween and fall activities.

By Raychel Stewart For The Signal With Halloween just around the corner, here’s a list of local churches that will be holding family-friendly trunk-or-treating events this upcoming week: Real Life

Medicare scams target seniors

By Kimberly Silverio-Bautista For The Signal Seniors should be on the lookout for Medicare scams, according to the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office. Scammers are profiling themselves as Medicare representatives

Who You Should Recognize in Your Community and Why

Recognizing certain people in the community that volunteer, play recreational sports, keep their lawn up to city code, and contribute to the city is very important, especially if you want

CustomWritings Review: Features Analysis

Selecting a writing service to help you with an academic assignment is a demanding and challenging task. There are so many alternatives that it is impossible to form a well-founded

SCV residents gather for Yom Kippur

By Raychel Stewart For The Signal Local temples are gathering for the High Holy Days of Yom Kippur throughout the Santa Clarita Valley. The Jewish faith recognizes Yom Kippur starting

Salvation Army hosts breakfast to thank volunteers

By Raychel Stewart Santa Clarita Councilman Bob Kellar hosted a breakfast to thank local Salvation Army volunteers and board members at Sand Canyon Country Club on Thursday. Kellar extended gratitude

CalArts to host production of ‘Finding Wonder’

By Raychel Stewart Families can follow famous fairytale characters as they engage in an adventure-play at California Institute of the Arts in Santa Clarita on Oct. 5-6.  “Finding Wonder” is

Henry Mayo staff raises over $1M in donations

By Raychel Stewart Employees at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital were recognized during a celebration at the Canyon Santa Clarita on Wednesday evening, after raising more than $1 million in donations

‘Ask a Nurse’ program begins at Bella Vida

By Raychel Stewart Bella Vida senior center began a new service for its clients Tuesday, providing free wellness checks and one-on-one conversations with nurses from Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital from

OLPH hosts 75th anniversary celebration

By Kimberly Silverio-Bautista More than 10,000 people attended the 75th anniversary celebration at Our Lady of Perpetual Help last weekend, celebrating with games booths, rides and live music. Deacon Kevin

New classes offered for Seniors at Bella Vida

By Raychel Stewart Senior citizens can enroll in new aerobics and meditation classes at the Bella Vida senior center. Aerobics will be offered 9-10 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,

Students to raise STEM funds with e-waste

By Raychel Stewart Students of Emblem Academy and their parents are encouraging people to donate their old electronics during an e-waste recycling fundraising event. People who wish to donate can