You don’t have to go far for vino
Pam Cheatwood, left, discusses wine selections for purchase from Doug Minnick and Scott Page-Pagter, seated, of Double Trouble Wine Room during the New-Haul to-Go drive-up event held on Main Street in Newhall on Saturday, June 06, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

You don’t have to go far for vino

While the rules on when and where we can drink seem to be changing quite literally day by day — one moment, the city is creating an innovative plan to…

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With reopening, Santa Clarita looks ahead to recovery
Jason Crawford, economic development manager for the city of Santa Clarita, looks through some of the posters for filming projects shot in Santa Clarita. The industry, which contributes more than $30 million each year to the local economy, is expected to play a big role in the area’s recovery as filming starts to resume. PHOTO BY DAN WATSON / THE SIGNAL

With reopening, Santa Clarita looks ahead to recovery

The good news is, Santa Clarita continues to beat almost every city of comparable size with its employment numbers, according to the state’s Economic Development Division. The not-so-good news for…

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The freshest fruits and veggies you can find
Charlotte, Theo and Maria Clouthier of Santa Clarita enjoy a sunny day at the Underwood Family Farms’ strawberry patch in Somis. PHOTOS BY PERRY SMITH / THE SIGNAL

The freshest fruits and veggies you can find

Growing your own garden can be one of the most rewarding parts of experiencing nature.  You plant the seeds, steadily water each day and you can even join a group…

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Centurions’ Class of 2020 celebrates virtual graduation
Graduating Senior Owen Derry waves to Saugus High School faculty after posing with his diploma the Saugus High School graduation ceremony at Central Park in Saugus on Friday, June 05, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

Centurions’ Class of 2020 celebrates virtual graduation

After perhaps one of the most challenging senior years in recent memory — which saw Saugus High School’s class of 2020 deal with the tragedy of a school shooting, a…

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SCV well-positioned for pandemic recovery
The Hyatt Regency Valencia accounts for 244 of the SCV’s 1,900 or so hotel rooms. Before the pandemic was announced, the hotel was part of a growing success the city has had in attracting visitors to the SCV. PHOTO BY BOBBY BLOCK / THE SIGNAL

SCV well-positioned for pandemic recovery

The bad news is, COVID-19, or coronavirus, in less than a month, has devastated tourism and the hospitality industry in the Santa Clarita Valley, much like it has throughout the…

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Temple Beth Ami hosting virtual community seder for 2nd night of Passover
Rabbi Mark Blazer and Temple Beth Ami hosted a virtual community seder for Passover earlier this month.

Temple Beth Ami hosting virtual community seder for 2nd night of Passover

Just about a year ago Friday, members of the Santa Clarita Valley’s Jewish community gathered at the Santa Clarita United Methodist Church — which shares their building on Bouquet Canyon…

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Signal voter guide for Tuesday’s Presidential Primary Election
Kyle Write read the prompts while using the headphones in the electronic booths during a mock election held at College of the Canyons in Valencia in September. Dan Watson/The Signal

Signal voter guide for Tuesday’s Presidential Primary Election

The voting for California’s Presidential Primary Election ends Tuesday. While foot traffic has been light at the polls thus far, L.A. County officials expect that to increase on the last…

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