Robert Hotton — U.S. Navy — Saugus resident
Robert Hotton discussing his time in the US Navy as a radar technician on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

Robert Hotton — U.S. Navy — Saugus resident

On each of his four daughters’ birthdays, Robert Hotton would take them on a date, wherever they wanted to go. “I took my jobs very seriously, and so it required…

Edison helicopters checking lines in Santa Clarita
Residents made calls to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's station to report a low flying helicopter hovering over areas of SCV during the holiday weekend, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

Edison helicopters checking lines in Santa Clarita

Over the past couple of days, many may have seen a low flying blue-and-red or red-and-white helicopter in the Saugus area. The helicopter is a contractor for Southern California Edison…

Family loses home in fire after power outage disables water well
Murphy, the Lamon family's dog, looks at his burnt-down home on Husk Avenue in Baker Canyon that was destroyed during the Tick Fire. Emily Alvarenga/The Signal

Family loses home in fire after power outage disables water well

When there’s a power outage in a typical residential neighborhood, families lose electricity, but that doesn’t generally affect their water. In more rural areas like Acton, Agua Dulce and parts…

Community comes together to protest power shutoffs
Agua Dulce resident Wendy Rotoli voices her concerns over Southern California Edison's Public Safety Power Shutoff policies speaks at the Agua Dulce town council meeting Wednesday night. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Community comes together to protest power shutoffs

Dozens gathered at the Agua Dulce Town Council meeting Wednesday to share their stories with representatives from Southern California Edison. For the past month, this community and the surrounding areas…

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