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Bowman High School celebrates 50th anniversary

In a night filled with speeches, history and food, Bowman High School celebrated its 50th anniversary Tuesday. Started in 1969, Bowman High School has seen thousands of students and faculty come through its doors with a number of them being in attendance Tuesday night. The event was designed, according to school administrators, to showcase the […]

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Armed robbery suspect found injured in 7-Eleven bathroom

A suspect who was believed to have robbed someone while using a knife as a weapon was found in a 7-Eleven bathroom and transported to the hospital Wednesday. At approximately 2 p.m., Los Angeles County Fire Department personnel were treating a man on the 28000 block of Timothy Drive in Saugus for medical reasons when […]

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Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center to host hoedown

The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center will provide another musical experience for visitors with the Orchard Bluegrass Band Country Hoedown on March 28. Based out of Ventura, the band tours all across Southern California at an array of venues, including Gilchrist Farms, the Ventura County Fair and the California Steam Rail Festival. Performances offer a […]

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Soroptimists’ annual Wine Affair set for Sunday

Soroptimist of Greater Santa Clarita Valley is scheduled to hold its 11th annual Wine Affair fundraiser from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are on sale now. Guests will stroll down Main Street in Old Town Newhall, enjoying wine tasting (beer, too), appetizers and live music at more than 10 venues, including Persia Lounge and […]

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SoCal MakerSpace Festival to be held Saturday at COC

Makers and innovators of all ages have been invited to stretch their imaginations and ingenuity at the second annual SoCal MakerSpace Festival, scheduled 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at College of the Canyons. The free family-friendly festival will feature hands-on STEAM activities, free workshops and exhibitions of the latest cutting-edge technology, including 3D printing, […]

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Valencia girls lacrosse decisively beats St. Monica

Facing off against St. Monica for the second time in eight days, Valencia girls lacrosse welcomed the Crusaders to Valencia on Wednesday. Getting off to a slow start due to some upfront errors, the Vikings pulled themselves together defensively and defeated St. Monica decisively 19-7. “We let them score four times in the first and […]

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Hart boys volleyball overcomes first-game loss to beat Valencia

By Jason Greenwald For The Signal Hart boys volleyball battled through early adversity to beat Valencia in their second league game to remain undefeated on Tuesday at Valencia. After dropping the first game, 23-25, the Indians went on to win the next three games: 27-25, 25-16, 25-21. “Collectively we were a complete team. It’s been […]

March 19, 2019 at 10:31 pm
West Ranch boys golf wins Foothill League meet No. 1; Busnawi named medalist

Before every round, the West Ranch boys golf team repeats the same phrase: “Playing for Poppy.” The CIF state finals are hosted at Poppy Hills, and that’s the destination the Wildcats are hoping to reach by the end of the season. They took their first step towards that goal on Tuesday, winning Foothill League meet […]

March 19, 2019 at 10:15 pm
Valencia boys tennis defeats West Ranch in tightly contested match

While the final score read 11-7 in Valencia’s favor, the boys tennis match with West Ranch on Tuesday was much closer than those numbers indicated. The Vikings and Wildcats tied 2-2 in the first four sets of the first round, with the No. 1 and No. 2 singles sets going back and forth for nearly […]

March 19, 2019 at 10:32 pm
Foothill League softball roundup: Hart offense brings the heat against GV

Midway through the second inning of his team’s game against Golden Valley, Hart coach Steve Calendo turned to the players in the dugout and asked what the score was. “Zero-zero,” the players replied immediately. The score wasn’t 0-0. The Indians were up by three runs and eventually shut out the Grizzlies 10-0 in five innings […]

March 19, 2019 at 8:47 pm


Amanda Etcheverry: First-time homebuyers — a resilient market force

While repeat buyers seem less motivated and more likely to be swayed by short-term economic trends, first-time homebuyers are more determined and have been a key driver in the housing market over the past four year. Despite a gradual slowing of sales, tepid home construction and mounting affordability concerns, first-time buyers outperformed repeat buyers. That’s […]

March 15, 2019 at 11:14 pm
Paul Butler: Five types of workers

My wife and I have planned, Lord willing, to run a half-marathon in every state. A couple of days ago, we ran No. 7 on the big island of Hawaii. I noticed during the race there were essentially five categories of runners, and I could see each of them in the workplace. The statisticianThe first […]

March 15, 2019 at 11:11 pm
SCV Family takes ownership of Stevenson Ranch Del Taco

Dedicated Del Taco customers may have noticed something different at the Stevenson Ranch locale: new ownership. Starting next week, consumers and passers-by could see a large banner on the storefront on 24909 W. Pico Canyon Road, indicating the store has new owners, as well as “improved service and food quality,” according to new owners Travis […]

March 18, 2019 at 10:49 am
2019 Economic Outlook provides SCV forecast

For decades, Newhall Ranch has made a name for itself. It’s the master-planned development that promises to be an economic driver for the region with thousands of homes, jobs and more. On Thursday, developers revealed their  new name for the project, which harkens back to their last success in the area: Valencia. “We have the […]

March 14, 2019 at 10:36 pm
Prop Store L.A.’s first toys and collectibles auction a success

A Jawa with a vinyl cape. A ride-on speeder bike. A 4-foot Canadian Chewbacca plush toy. Any hard-core Star Wars collector would know these are top items to watch for in an auction. And they were. Eyes worldwide bid on these and other vintage toys and collectibles in Prop Store L.A.’s first Toys and Collectibles […]

March 11, 2019 at 11:02 am