Single mother battling cancer for the fourth time; community comes together to help
Jennifer Kennedy was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1997. After two more diagnosis since, she is now fighting cancer for the fourth time. Courtesy Photo

Single mother battling cancer for the fourth time; community comes together to help

Single mother Jennifer Kennedy has heard,” you have cancer,” more than once in her life. She was first told in 1997, and now, for the fourth time, she is on…

The Signal presents “Behind the Concerts in the Park: Community Edition”
Concert goers jamming out to The Eagles cover band, Hotel California - A Salute to the Eagles last Saturday / Photo Courtesy Marilyn Chavez

The Signal presents “Behind the Concerts in the Park: Community Edition”

For many Santa Clarita Valley residents, the Santa Clarita Concerts in the Park summer series is a seasonal weekend staple. Every Saturday, friends, families and furry companions fill the north…

Hart Hits a Homer with Bingo Night
Varsity parent Lee Coogan celebrates her birthday with friends at Hart Baseball Bingo Night. Courtesy photo

Hart Hits a Homer with Bingo Night

From a Hart Baseball news release: There was reason for concern when the Hart Baseball bingo committee checked the community calendar – the date for their second annual bingo night…

Newcomers and Friends June Luncheon Meeting
L-r, Eleanor Moschetti, California Highway Patrol and Donna Cerna, President Newcomers and Friends. Courtesy photo

Newcomers and Friends June Luncheon Meeting

By Gwen Halstead, Newhall Community Contributor Newcomers and Friends welcomed Eleanor Moschetti of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) as guest speaker at Piccola Trattoria. Moschetti described how the CHP’s “CarFit” program…

Bridge to Home hit with staffing trouble as city, county work to develop resources
Volunteers brought a few items Saturday to help a pair of Bridge to Home clients who were awaiting the opening of the shelter's doors as a light rain fell over the weekend.

Bridge to Home hit with staffing trouble as city, county work to develop resources

By Georgia Rios and Perry Smith As about a half-inch of rain fell on the Santa Clarita Valley over the weekend, a couple of Santa Clarita’s less fortunate residents were upset…

A Labor of Love
Girl Scout Troop #382 made over 100 items for the homeless project. Courtesy photo

A Labor of Love

By Maria Sears, Santa Clarita Contributor The Prayer Shawl Ministry at Valencia United Methodist Church began its mission in 2009 by a group of women who enjoy the art of…

So I Stole His Motorcycle
Olga Sitting on T.H.’s motorcycle back in 1983. Courtesy photo

So I Stole His Motorcycle

By Olga Kaczmar, Newhall Community Contributor   One year when both of us were poor, I made an agreement with ex-boyfriend T.H. that I would buy him a used motorcycle…

Oil Painting Demo at Barnes & Noble
‘Reflections of the Mission’ by Frank Lennartz. Courtesy photo

Oil Painting Demo at Barnes & Noble

By Olga Kaczmar, Newhall Community Contributor   Frank Lennartz will demonstrate oil painting at the Jan. 15, 2018 meeting of the Santa Clarita Artists Association (SCAA). This event is free,…

A Celebration of Santa Clarita Authors
Since 2014, the Celebration of Local Authors event has been spotlighting local writers and providing residents with the opportunity to meet with authors and explore their work. This year’s event will highlight approximately 40 local authors, all skilled storytellers in genres including children’s, young adult, fiction, non-fiction, self-help and poetry/short story. Courtesy graphic | City of Santa Clarita

A Celebration of Santa Clarita Authors

By Councilmember Bob Kellar   Books are a Uniquely Portable Magic   ~Stephen King   Reading gives us a place to go when we have to stay where we are.  Lucky…

University News
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University News

  Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA Young Kim, Class of 2021, from Valencia, was named to the dean's list at Bucknell University during the fall semester of the 2017-18 academic year.…

Pets N Suds in Danger of Closing
Juliette, a rescue who found her permanent home thanks to Pets N Suds. Courtesy photo

Pets N Suds in Danger of Closing

A local non-profit 501(c)3 animal rescue organization is in danger of closing due to the high expenses and low volume retail sales of their retail portion of the store. This…

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