Largest food drive in the world changes tactics amid pandemic
Eric Rigor, a volunteer, wheels a box full of food donations into the SCV Food Pantry during the National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive on Saturday, May 11, 2019. Emily Alvarenga/The Signal

Largest food drive in the world changes tactics amid pandemic

As summer approaches, the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry has found its shelves looking emptier than usual at this time of year. Not only has the local need for food…

Red Cross testing donors for COVID-19 antibodies
Lynn Evans of Canyon Country raises her arm as she finishes donating blood during the Red Cross Blood Drive held the Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library in Canyon Country on Friday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Red Cross testing donors for COVID-19 antibodies

The American Red Cross announced Monday it would be testing all blood, platelet and plasma donations for COVID-19 antibodies for a limited time, allowing donors insight into whether they have…

Chancellor’s Circle to host culminating COVID-19 roundtable

As businesses across the Santa Clarita Valley begin to reopen, the College of the Canyon Foundation and the college’s Chancellor's Circle is hosting a free post-COVID-19 roundtable. The culminating COVID-19…

COC COVID-19 testing closed today
Volunteers direct cars out of the parking lot during the COVID-19 drive thru testing at College of the Canyons on Wednesday, April 08, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

COC COVID-19 testing closed today

As rumored protests are planned for the Santa Clarita Valley Thursday, Los Angeles County’s COVID-19 testing site at College of the Canyons has been closed for the day. The COC…

Quarantined teens share, help and give back
Shaira Busnawi made signs and wrote letters to thank the health care workers and show the seniors some love at Oakmont. Courtesy

Quarantined teens share, help and give back

As the coronavirus pandemic continues and many extracurricular activities have come to a halt, many Santa Clarita Valley teens are using their newfound free time to give back to their…

L.A. County launches ‘Great Plates Delivered’ initiative
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L.A. County launches ‘Great Plates Delivered’ initiative

In an effort to provide meals to those who need them, Los Angeles County recently announced its participation in California’s “Great Plates Delivered” initiative, a meal-delivery service for older adults. …

Easier ways to explaining coronavirus to kids
Theodore Premako, 3, plays along the banks of the Santa Clara River, beneath the Iron Horse Trail bridge located off Magic Mountain Parkway on March 29. Courtesy of Josh Premako

Easier ways to explaining coronavirus to kids

The lives of many Santa Clarita Valley residents have been completely upended over the last month, and many are struggling to wrap their heads around the coronavirus. With no school,…

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