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Posted: November 5, 2011 1:30 a.m.
Updated: November 5, 2011 1:30 a.m.

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“Most Influential honored”
Oct. 29, 2011
The Top 51 Most Influential People in the Santa Clarita Valley were honored at a dinner at the Robinson Ranch Golf Club. Sponsored by the Santa Clarita Valley Business Journal, some 170 guests paid tribute to those in the community whose efforts have played a role in creating a rewarding living experience for residents in the SCV.

“A new flavor for auto shop”
Oct. 30, 2011
Nostalgic Creations, a full-service auto repair and complete collision center, is soon expanding into the ice cream business. The business is updating the new 3,500  square foot location, turning it into a retro-styled automotive shop and is soon opening a 1950s-style ice cream parlor to benefit local charities.

“Forecast calls for slow growth”
Oct. 31, 2011
Although the state and region have many inherent positive attributes that give it a long-term economic edge, any significant uptick in short-term growth will not happen for at least a year, economists speaking at a Valley Industry and Commerce Association and The Valley Economic Alliance regional conference.

“Women’s Business Center returns”
Nov. 1, 2011
The Women’s Business Center, a unit of the Valley Economic Development Center, has moved back to Pacoima where the business center will continue providing business consulting, training and lending services to small-business owners.

“Clothier jazzes up for cause”
Nov. 2, 2011
J. David’s Custom Clothiers is donated $75 for every suit sold to the Michael Hoefflin Foundation all day on Nov. 3. Other local businesses also holding events to support the pediatric cancer non-profit foundation are Salt Creek Grille, J. Serraino’s and The Paseo Club.

“For L’ESPRIT of spa treatments”
Nov.4, 2011
L’ESPRIT Salon and Spa recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary of operation. Opened in 2011 by owners and long-time Santa Clarita Valley residents, Marilyn and Michael Hughes, the 4,300 square foot salon has 15 hairstylists and 10 estheticians, manicurists and receptionists.


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