NCA board member talks about her journey through Belize
Nikki Dail spoke with SCV residents about her travels through Belize late last year. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

NCA board member talks about her journey through Belize

The Placerita Canyon Nature Center opened its doors to Nikki Dail on Sunday to talk about her travels through Belize. Dail, a board member of the Los Angeles County Nature…

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Indigenous artists receive professional training at two-day CalArts course
Artists met at CalArts to receive instruction from photographer Roxanne Best, second row left, on how create a productive presence with art. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

Indigenous artists receive professional training at two-day CalArts course

The First Peoples Fund and the Pukúu Cultural Community Services coordinated to bring the two-day Native Artist Professional Development Training course to the California Institute of the Arts on Friday…

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GOP candidates for 25th Congressional District discuss issues over breakfast
Republican Congressional candidates are introduced before they speak at the meeting of the Santa Clarita Republican Women Federated held at The Oaks Club at Valencia in Valencia on Saturday. Candidates from left, Angela Underwood-Jacobs, Mark Cripe, Suzette Martinez Valladares and Mike Garcia. Dan Watson/The Signal

GOP candidates for 25th Congressional District discuss issues over breakfast

The latest meeting of the Santa Clarita Republican Women Federated featured the four Republican candidates running for the 25th Congressional District seat in the 2020 election, at The Oaks Club…

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Chabad of SCV opens fundraiser to help ‘Youth Initiative’
Rabbi Choni Marozov lights a yahrzeit candle on the eve of Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement at Chabad SCV in Newhall in 2018. Marozov said Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year in the Jewish religion, is "a day of forgiveness." Cory Rubin/ The Signal

Chabad of SCV opens fundraiser to help ‘Youth Initiative’

Chabad of SCV’s Rabbi Choni Marozov has made it his birthday wish to once again raise money for Chabad’s Jewish Youth Initiative. Ahead of Marzov’s 46th birthday on Sept. 3,…

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Elevate Church to offer SCV residents financial help through ‘Financial Peace University’
Elevate Church members gather for a service. Elevate Church is hosting their family conference to remind families it takes a tribe and to restore families to God’s design, one of joy, peace, love and unity. Courtesy photo.

Elevate Church to offer SCV residents financial help through ‘Financial Peace University’

Newhall’s Elevate Church will be setting aside time for Santa Clarita Valley residents to receive financial guidance with Financial Peace University, beginning Aug. 12.  Lead pastor Mauricio Ruiz said he…

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West Ranch grad among several artists offering DTLA-based art exhibition
Artist Zachary Erberich implemented the ideas of water, life and death into this illustration for a class at CSUN. Image courtesy: Zachary Erberich

West Ranch grad among several artists offering DTLA-based art exhibition

Years of designing, sketching, painting and creating works of art has brought Valencia resident Zachary Erberich to be one of several featured artists at the upcoming “Blend: Art Show of…

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Young director sets sights on third feature-length film
Actor Benjamin Snow, third from left, introduces himself before taking part in a script-read of "A Spark in Nothing" at director Griffin Loch's house. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

Young director sets sights on third feature-length film

Surrounded by his cast and crew, Griffin Loch’s script for his next feature film was to ready for a read-through at his home on Saturday. Loch was excited to see…

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Arthritis support group prepares for summer weather
Jennifer Wohlenberg looks at a laptop with access to the Arthritis Foundation’s online community forums, which will replace using social media when members of the support group are in need of help or have questions related to their particular ailments.

Arthritis support group prepares for summer weather

Away from the sun’s stifling heat, the Arthritis Foundation's Live Yes! Connect Group met Sunday at the Henry Mayo Health and Fitness Center in Valencia to discuss ways people diagnosed…

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Pacifica residents hold church services with Ekklesia pastors
Pastor Carthel Towns speaks to residents of Pacifica Senior Living during Sunday church services on July 14, 2019. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

Pacifica residents hold church services with Ekklesia pastors

Residents at Pacifica Senior Living in Newhall were warmly received by pastors and members of Ekklesia Christian Community Church for services on Sunday.  Held on the second and fourth Sundays…

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Cricket teams play at Central Park, raise money for local charity
Batsman Ricky Swami of the Patan Panthers, gets a hit against the Cal State Northridge team during the 2019 Santa Clarita Cricket Club Tournament held at Central Park in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Cricket teams play at Central Park, raise money for local charity

Four local cricket teams, including two associated with the Santa Clarita Cricketers, competed in a tournament at Central Park on Saturday, playing a game they love for a good cause.  …

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