Many tech startup companies use explainer videos on their website to reel in potential customers and users. But a video isn't effective just because it exists, says Nick Piscitello, client services director of Completion Web Studios, a Santa Clarita video animation and web design company.
Local cooking business Kitchen Wizards changed its named to Culinary Wonders as of Jan. 1, in response to a request from a Pennsylvania business with the same name.
The Santa Clarita Valley International Program plans to propose a third sister city to the City Council by mid-2013, the nonprofit's leaders say, although the sister city and country have not been determined.
The new year may be just days away, but the Internal Revenue Service says that's plenty of time to make last-minute year-end deductions and changes to help when April rolls around.
Bob Khalsa, 2013 president, Southland Regional Association of Realtors Santa Clarita Division and President, United America Realty
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A local manufacturer has decided to open its warehouse doors to customers once a month in an effort to expand its customer base.
As the largest newly incorporated city ever, Santa Clarita in 1987 had to tackle the combined infrastructure needs for 100,000-plus residents across 43 square miles.
Jennifer and Kirk Hill just wanted a roof over their heads.
Google is very picky about what makes for a high-value website that deserves top real estate on its search engine.
Sylvia Hillo is surrounded by coffee and tea for 12 hours a day, seven days a week - but the new owner of The Coffee House on Lyons Avenue rarely gets the chance to sit down and enjoy a cup.
Romeo Downer has preserved childhood memories not in scrapbooks or journals - but through 200-plus paintings of the Caribbean, painted on oil and canvas.
For early-stage startups, one of the biggest challenges is in staffing. Oftentimes you don't have the funds or your company hasn't progressed enough to attract local top talent.
The economy won't fully recover until businesses aren't afraid to hire and families aren't afraid to buy homes, a trio of economists told business leaders at Friday's Valley Industry and Commerce Association business forecast conference.
Santa Clarita has seen growth and progress this year and over the last 25 years - but as city officials reiterated during Thursday's State of the City luncheon, it wouldn't have been possible without dedicated and engaged residents.