Holocaust survivor, Anne Frank’s stepsister, visits the SCV
Rabbi Ron Hauss sits down with Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss, left to right, for a livestreamed interview at Chabad of SCV on Sunday, March 15, 2020. Courtesy

Holocaust survivor, Anne Frank’s stepsister, visits the SCV

Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss truly believes her life has been full of miracles, “which is one of the reasons why I'm still sitting here,” she said. Hundreds of Santa Clarita…

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A wild ride to 95
WWII U.S. Army veteran Don Kuehl celebrates his 95th birthday at the Bouquet Canyon Senior Apartments in Santa Clarita on Thursday, February 20, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

A wild ride to 95

Saugus resident Don Kuehl recently celebrated his 95th birthday at the Bouquet Canyon Senior Apartments. After cake and some laughs with his friends, Kuehl reflected on his 95 years, sharing…

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Longtime SCV resident turns 103
David Gilbert, 103-year-old Santa Clarita resident and World War II U.S. Navy veteran, poses with his certificate issued to him by the city of Santa Clarita on his 100th birthday three years ago, on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

Longtime SCV resident turns 103

At 103 years old, longtime Santa Clarita Valley resident David Gilbert said his secret to longevity is going for walks and eating chocolate. In his pantry, you can find a…

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WWII veteran dies at 98
William Harrington, a World War II pilot and war hero, died on Nov. 11, 2019, at the age of 98. Courtesy of Bill Shannon

WWII veteran dies at 98

William Harrington, a World War II pilot and war hero, died recently at the age of 98. Harrington was described by his daughter Mary Atchison, the oldest of nine children,…

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SCV residents learn about Warsaw resistance in ‘Who Will Write Our History’
CBS Film Series director Suzannah Warlick tells guests about the filmmakers who worked on "Who Will Write Our History," including executive producer Nancy Spielberg, sister of director Steven Spielberg. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

SCV residents learn about Warsaw resistance in ‘Who Will Write Our History’

Betsy Klein sat with the other guests who stopped by to watch “Who Will Write Our History” at Congregation Beth Shalom on Sunday. The documentary chronicled the stories of Jewish…

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Canyon Country man, U.S. Army colonel memorialized for brave deeds
Members of the California State Honor Guard fold an American flag near the casket of Colonel Joseph B. McDivitt, U.S. Army retired, during a service held at Eternal Valley Memorial Park Mortuary in Newhall on Thursday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Canyon Country man, U.S. Army colonel memorialized for brave deeds

Remembered as a true American hero and an honorary citizen of Chiasso, Switzerland, Joseph Benjamin McDivitt died Jan. 20, at 101 years old. “A man of many blessings,” said Lucas…

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