The Signal introduces new SignalSCV app

For newshounds who want their breaking Santa Clarita Valley news delivered into the palms of their hands wherever they are, there’s now an app for

Friends of Hart Park seek volunteers

By Patti Rasmussen For The Signal It’s summertime and that means picnics in the park. Many Santa Clarita residents pack up food, the kids, a

Bringing home the Oscars

Maybe you recognized the background when you saw it on the silver screen. The famous ridgeline. The bustle on Main Street. Sometimes it’s just a

HandsOn Santa Clarita announces changes

The North Los Angeles County Volunteer Center, or the NLACVC, formerly known as HandsOn Santa Clarita, is saying goodbye to its executive director. Seema Shah

A view from the Arts Commission

Being a member of the city of Santa Clarita Arts Commission offers a unique perspective on how arts enhance our community, from grassroots arts groups

Holiday shows in the SCV

We are deep into the holiday season and there is much to do — shopping, wrapping, list-making, cookie-baking and trying to squeeze in a visit

Enjoy the SCV Arts Scene Over the Holidays

By Patti Rasmussen Signal Staff Writer While there’s no single art museum in the Santa Clarita Valley yet, there are eight city-sponsored art galleries located

From Ukraine, with Love

By Patti Rasmussen Signal Staff Writer He’s only been in the United States for three years, but Tymofii Kashchenko, who goes by Tim, finds California

Community drawn together

You’ve seen many of their creative pieces around town — the black-and-white, oversized photographs of children on a building on Railroad Avenue; the mosaic that

SCV seniors earn perfect scores on ACT

Two students in the William S. Hart Union High School District have earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. Ashika Thomas, a senior