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The sign in front of the William S. Hart Union High School District administrative office. Katherine Quezada/The Signal

Hart district chronic absenteeism rate down 9% 

School districts across the state have seen an uptick in chronic absenteeism since the COVID-19 pandemic.  According to the California Department of Education, chronic absenteeism rose to 30% in the

Stories from Previous Issues

Theft suspect stopped by store workers  

Loss prevention officers at Target helped Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies arrest a 19-year-old shoplifting suspect who’s being held in lieu of $100,000 bail.  The woman was inside the

SCV stars turn heads at Redondo Nike Invitational 

Foothill League track and field athletes got well-acquainted with the podium over the weekend at the Redondo Nike Track Invitational.  School, meet and personal records were shattered as Santa Clarita’s

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Car hits Canyon Country building 

A vehicle slightly struck a commercial building at 19366 Soledad Canyon Road early Wednesday afternoon, according to Deputy Robert Jensen, a spokesman for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.   The

Santa Clarita City Hall

City Council members to get slight pay raises 

The Santa Clarita City Council approved at Tuesday’s meeting an amended motion to give council members a 2.5% pay raise starting in 2025.  The amendment from Councilwoman Marsha McLean came

City OK’s taking over Vista Canyon bridge plans

Santa Clarita City Council members unanimously approved a staff recommendation to assume the design of a bridge for Vista Canyon, a mixed-use transit-friendly development on the east side of town. 

Press release

VITA to offer free tax preparation services

News release  The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at College of the Canyons will be offering free tax preparation services to individuals who made less than $67,000 in 2023, persons with

Los Angeles County Assessor Jeff Prang speaks to the crowd at the Santa Clarita Homeowners' Resource Fair on Saturday at Canyon Country Community Center. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

Residents attend Homeowners’ Resource Fair 

Homeowners and prospective buyers in the Santa Clarita Valley attended the Assessor’s Homeowners’ Resource Fair led by Los Angeles County Assessor Jeff Prang on Saturday at the Canyon Country Community