Cheese, Beer and Blooms 

One of the hottest culinary tourist trends is the “culinary trail.” Regional culinary trails draw tourists, foodies and others looking for a unique and fun experience and offer a variety of unusual, unique, or hard to find fresh farm and food products and beverages.  Most culinary trails offer visitors a map, or a phone app,

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Gone are the glory days of the Wild West, but you can still get in on the action at the Autry Museum of the American West in Griffith Park. Photo courtesy of the Autry Museum.

Discovering Los Angeles’ Museums

Winter in Southern California can often mean that outdoor fun isn’t as available with weather encouraging residents to find indoor activities.  One often forgotten resource

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Cheese, Beer and Blooms 

One of the hottest culinary tourist trends is the “culinary trail.” Regional culinary trails draw tourists, foodies and others looking for a unique and fun

City Council

Enjoy One Story One City Throughout March

By Ken Striplin Santa Clarita City Manager March 1 kicked off the Santa Clarita Public Library’s much-anticipated One Story One City Program. The 2022 program

Health & Fitness

Cheese, Beer and Blooms 

One of the hottest culinary tourist trends is the “culinary trail.” Regional culinary trails draw tourists, foodies and others looking for a unique and fun

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Three Steps Toward a Healthier Heart 

February is American Heart Health Month  All aspects of health are important, but heart health is a crucial component of overall well-being. Heart disease is

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Gone are the glory days of the Wild West, but you can still get in on the action at the Autry Museum of the American West in Griffith Park. Photo courtesy of the Autry Museum.

Discovering Los Angeles’ Museums

Winter in Southern California can often mean that outdoor fun isn’t as available with weather encouraging residents to find indoor activities.  One often forgotten resource

Cheese, Beer and Blooms 

One of the hottest culinary tourist trends is the “culinary trail.” Regional culinary trails draw tourists, foodies and others looking for a unique and fun

In April 2023, the Santa Clarita City Council approved a design contract for the proposed Blue Cloud Bike Park to be located between the Haskell Canyon Open Space and Blue Cloud Open Space. The area totals over 720 acres and approximately 500 acres have been determined to be an ideal location for a bike park. Photo City of Santa Clarita.

What’s New In Santa Clarita 

It seems as if every day something new is popping up in the Santa Clarita Valley. New restaurants, new businesses and new city facilities. Here’s

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Three Steps Toward a Healthier Heart 

February is American Heart Health Month  All aspects of health are important, but heart health is a crucial component of overall well-being. Heart disease is

Home & Garden

Encourage vegetables to develop deep root systems with less frequent but deeper watering for a bounty of summer vegetables. PHOTO PIXABAY.

Get Ready for Spring Veggie Planting 

According to the calendar spring won’t arrive until March 19, but many Santa Clarita Valley gardeners are very anxious to start planning spring vegetable gardens. 

Moving into a new home offers an opportunity to create a space that reflects your family’s values, enhances comfort and is better for the environment.

Inspiring Ideas for Your New Home

(Family Features) Moving into a new home offers an opportunity to create a space that reflects your family’s values, enhances comfort and is better for

Kids & Family

Attendees drive around and record the decorations at Wakefield Winter Wonderland on Wednsday, Dec. 6. Habeba Mostafa/ The Signal

Lighting up Santa Clarita

A look at some of the most popular holiday lights displays in the SCV  By Selvin Ramirez For The Signal  The days after Thanksgiving, or even

Artistic souls of all ages may try their hand at making a Fairy House or painting ceramic ornaments at The Great Dickens Christmas Fair in Daly City. Photo by Rich Yee.

Christmas Villages, Holiday Fests 

By Michele E. Buttelman  Signal Staff Writer  The holiday season abounds with decorations, peppermint mocha lattes and tree lightings. It is also time to explore

Howl-o-ween 

Get Your Pet Ready  Dressing up for Halloween is one of the more enjoyable ways to celebrate the spooky season. It’s not uncommon for people

What to Look for When Considering a New Dog 

Dogs have been faithful companions to humans for hundreds of years. Dog owners know their canine companions can be friendly, affectionate and entertaining. Dogs also

How to Help Ease Your Dog’s Allergies 

By Michele E. Buttelman  Signal Staff Writer  For a dog owner one of the most frustrating experiences is dealing with your pet’s allergies. A treatment

Seniors

Linda Crawford dances during a hoedown hosted at the SCV Senior Center in Newhall. Signal file photo.

Your SCV Senior Center

The “new” Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center Bella Vida will celebrate its fifth anniversary in April.  The center, which serves more than 15,000 SCV seniors

Don’t Ignore This Piece of Mail

If you’re 65, there is one piece of mail you shouldn’t ignore this month  Are you or someone you love on Medicare? As the annual

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