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Pocock Brewing Company and Pizzeria had fun for all ages including a face-painting station for children on Sunday during their weekend-long St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Katherine Quezada/The Signal

SCV celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

Santa Clarita Valley residents donned their greenest clothes and celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in venues across the city, including Pocock Brewing Company & Pizzeria, which held its St. Patrick’s Weekend

SCV Chinese Dance Founder Christine Chen directs the ensemble of dancers on posture, stance, and arm movement during their rehearsal at Summit Park on Sunday. Katherine Quezada/The Signal

SCV Chinese Dance shares culture through movement

On SCV Chinese Dance’s official website, the group’s mission statement is “preserving, sharing, enjoying, and teaching traditional and modern Chinese dance.” When talking to group leader and founder Christine Chen,

Leaplings leap into life  

Some people might wish to divide their age by 4, but in the case of leap-day babies, who are also called “leaplings,” that is their reality.  On a day when

Eagle Scout Zachary Hoffman gives a speech at the Sierra Vista Junior High School branch of the Boys & Girls Club on Saturday, Feb. 17. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

Eagle Scout revitalizes Boys & Girls Club 

Being raised in Santa Clarita with yearly traditions, such as the Festival of Trees, it was only natural for newly appointed Eagle Scout Zachary Hoffman to want to give back.  

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Seco Mini Market owner speaks out on burglary 

By Habeba Mostafa & Tyler Wainfeld   Burglars ransacked the Seco Mini Market early Sunday, stealing merchandise, making a mess of the store and prompting community members in the surrounding neighborhood to

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

A Christmas tree that was over six feet tall was cut in half and placed curbside for recycling in Castaic on Tuesday, 010923. Dan Watson/The Signal

Tree recycling concludes this weekend 

While the holidays have ended, being mindful of where to dispose of trees has become a yearly conundrum.    Burrtec’s first year providing residential service in the city of Santa Clarita

Trailer trucks are fully stopped at the I-5 North due to construction work and lane closures in October. Katherine Quezada/The Signal

Construction on I-5 to prompt lane closures 

Commuters can expect lane closures of northbound Interstate 5 between Highway 14 and Calgrove Boulevard from Jan. 15 to 21 for emergency repairs, according to a release from the Metro