Young men learn to ‘be your own hero’ during biennial conference
Nevin Tilch, 17, makes a self-visualization board with the theme, hero, during the Sequoia’s Biennial Young Men’s Conference 2018 at the Child & Family Center in Canyon Country on Friday, April 13, 2018. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Young men learn to ‘be your own hero’ during biennial conference

Young men descended upon the Child & Family Center in Canyon Country to take part in the Sequoia’s Biennial Young Men’s Conference 2018. The event entailed a series of workshops that…

Historical women honored at Saugus High
Wendy Noonan portrays astronaut Peggy Whitson during the 11th Annual Women in History program, sponsored by the the American Association of University Women, at Saugus High on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. This year focused on science and six different women portrayed famous historical figures for students to learn from. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Historical women honored at Saugus High

 This year focused on science and six different women portrayed famous historical figures for students to learn from. With March being Women in History Month, Saugus students and teachers continued…

Fireworks demonstration aims to train firemen
Fireworks were launched at the University Center parking lot at College of the Canyons in Valencia on Thursday, April 5, 2018. The demonstration was to train fire captains and inspectors on fire prevention with fireworks. Signal file photo

Fireworks demonstration aims to train firemen

The afternoon sky was filled with smoke as fireworks launched into the air at the University Center parking lot at College of the Canyons on Thursday. The demonstration sought to…

SCV wealth adviser hosts meet-up for women to discuss finances freely
Santa Clarita wealth adviser Melanie Meyer talks to some 20 women at the Double Trouble Wine Room in Newhall during the Wine, Women and Wealth event on Thursday, March 15, 2018. "The idea is to create a nice, safe conversation that women can talk about finances," she said in an interview with The Signal before her speech. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

SCV wealth adviser hosts meet-up for women to discuss finances freely

Some 20 women gathered at the Double Trouble Wine Room in Newhall on Thursday to listen to Santa Clarita wealth adviser Melanie Meyer give financial advice specifically geared toward women.…

Celebs come out in force to build houses for local veterans
Lifting a wall in place: Rod Man (Last Comic Standing), (veteran volunteer/future homeowner), Diedrich Bader (American Housewife/ABC Team Captain), Natacha Karam (The Brave/NBC Team Captain), Judd Lormand (SEAL Team/CBS Team Captain), Toni Trucks (SEAL Team), Mark "Bubba" Johnson (veteran/future homeowner), Noah Mills (The Brave), Sean Maguire (Once Upon a Time). Courtesy Photo

Celebs come out in force to build houses for local veterans

Santa Clarita Valley veterans received a surprise helping hand over the weekend at the Homes 4 Families community in Canyon Country. About three dozen celebrities from TV shows on ABC,…

Local resident Marlee Lauffer named ‘Woman of the Year’
Cindy Hoffmann-Domaradzki (left) stands beside her granddaughters, Harlow Druez, 3, and Makenzie Druez, 5, surrounded by the teddy bears they donated beside President of Henry Mayo Newhall Foundation Marlee Lauffer (right).

Local resident Marlee Lauffer named ‘Woman of the Year’

Marlee Lauffer of the Santa Clarita Valley was named Woman of the Year on the floor of the California State Senate on Monday. Lauffer garnered the honor as state Sen.…

Medal of Honor recipient speaks to new generation of leaders
Medal of Honor recipient Col. Jay Vargas watches a video about his experience at Vietnam and the battle at Dai Do at Golden Valley High School on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018. He is one of only 71 Medal of Honor recipients still alive and gave a speech to some 300 students at the school. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Medal of Honor recipient speaks to new generation of leaders

The year was 1968. The Marines were outnumbered 700 people to 15,000 North Vietnamese. “It was a fight to the death, we knew that,” said Col. Jay Vargas, a company…

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