Local Dems, galvanized by Trump, looking long-term
Locals gather at a protest, organized by several local democratic groups, outside College of the Canyon's University Center on Feb. 9, 2017. Dan Watson/Signal

Local Dems, galvanized by Trump, looking long-term

Patti Sulpizio, president of a Democratic Party club in Santa Clarita called the Democratic Alliance for Action, says membership has exploded in recent months. Diana Shaw, also a member of…

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Council limits adults in library children’s rooms, citing homeless complaints
The Old Town Newhall library is one of three Santa Clarita libraries affected by the new Code of Conduct. The other two libraries are located in Valencia and Canyon Country. Dan Watson/The Signal

Council limits adults in library children’s rooms, citing homeless complaints

In response to what Councilman Bob Kellar called “a circumstance where we have a number of homeless people that kind of make our libraries a daytime depot,’’ the City Council…

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City Council formally votes support for Wilk’s anti-Cemex bill
CEMEX property as viewed looking north east from Soledad Canyon Road in Santa Clarita in 2014.

City Council formally votes support for Wilk’s anti-Cemex bill

For Valentine’s Day, the Santa Clarita City Council kept it short and sweet on Tuesday night, while voting its support for a bill at the heart of the battle to…

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Supes pass Barger motion calling for dam-safety report
The Castaic Lake spillway. Katharine Lotze/Signal

Supes pass Barger motion calling for dam-safety report

In the wake of the spillway emergency at Northern California’s Oroville Dam, which has forced the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people, L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger on Tuesday pushed through…

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Cowboy Festival honorees announced
Walk of Western Stars 2016 inductee, Johnny Crawford twirls a rope around himself as he stands on his star after the unveiling ceremony on Main Street in Newhall in April 2016. Dan Watson/Signal

Cowboy Festival honorees announced

It is the Santa Clarita equivalent of the Hollywood Walk of Fame – and it’s now getting three more stars. The annual Walk of Western Stars inductees, who will be…

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