CHP investigating report of drive-by shooting on Highway 14; incident ends in rollover crash
Law enforcement officials investigating a crash on Highway 14 that was caused by a suspected drive-by shooting on Wednesday. Bobby Block / The Signal.

CHP investigating report of drive-by shooting on Highway 14; incident ends in rollover crash

One person was injured Wednesday after a suspected drive-by shooting, causing a vehicle rollover, on Highway 14 in Agua Dulce. “Witnesses reported that it could’ve been a drive-by shooting,” said…

SCV resident selected for AT&T Veterans Media Fellowship
SCV veteran Teresa Lowe participates in the AT&T Veterans Media Fellowship. Courtesy of AT&T

SCV resident selected for AT&T Veterans Media Fellowship

As a kid growing up in the Midwest, now Santa Clarita resident and Air Force veteran Teresa Lowe saw the creativity and artistry behind television shows.  “When you watch television…

City introduces Eat Local program
24/7 Events is offering ClearSpan Structures that can be customized to fit any space, allowing restaurants to expand services outdoors. Courtesy

City introduces Eat Local program

Some Santa Clarita restaurants can now expand their outdoor service with the city’s Eat Local program, which hopes to encourage more residents to dine locally. This comes after monthslong closures…

Valencia kid launches podcast during quarantine
Valencia resident Jude Levy, 12, working on his podcast, "School's Out with Jude Levy." Courtesy

Valencia kid launches podcast during quarantine

Like most kids his age, 12-year-old Jude Levy found himself extremely bored when faced with the stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus. It didn’t take the Valencia resident long to…

When WASN’T there an SCV Fourth of July parade?
From scvhistory.com: "We can't be 100% certain because we have no written information to accompany this photograph, but we're filing it under 'Newhall Fourth of July Celebration, Saxonia Park, 1909-1913.'"

When WASN’T there an SCV Fourth of July parade?

By Leon WordenPresident, SCVTVSpecial to The Signal Newhall has “purt' near always” staged a Fourth of July Parade since 1932, but just how “purt' near” has it been? It's safe…

Family enjoys DIY project for HGTV
HGTV’s “One of a Kind” designer Grace Mitchell, left, meets with the Rossello family, right, for HGTV's new show, “Design At Your Door." Courtesy

Family enjoys DIY project for HGTV

When Angie and Nick Rossello purchased their first home in Saugus, the couple and their three children never expected to be stuck in quarantine only a few months later.  “Nick…

Christo, artist behind umbrellas project in Tejon Pass, dies
Christo and Jeanne-Claude's 'The Umbrellas Japan-USA' installation mountainsides in the Tejon Pass from Gorman in 1991. Photo by Wolfgang Volz via scvhistory.com

Christo, artist behind umbrellas project in Tejon Pass, dies

Christo Vladimirov Javacheff, known for his environmental art pieces such as “The Umbrellas Japan-USA” installation in the Tejon Pass, died Sunday.  The 84-year-old, recognized worldwide by his first name, died…

Newhall restaurants join for drive-thru event
FILE PHOTO: Cars park along Main Street in Newhall on Friday, Nov. 24, 2017. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Newhall restaurants join for drive-thru event

In an effort to find creative ways to supply their customers with products amid the shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic, several Newhall businesses have come together to share their…

More ways to battle quarantine boredom
Allysse Castro, 10, and Matteo Zuleta, 14, paint rocks with positive messages before hiding them around town for others to find. Courtesy of Ninet Castro

More ways to battle quarantine boredom

Though you may be tackling quarantine boredom like a seasoned pro as we enter the ninth week since schools in the Santa Clarita Valley closed, the cabin fever has surely…

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