Wesco Aircraft entered into an agreement to buy nearly all the assets of Interfast Inc. for $134 million in cash, according to Wesco officials.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department's annual Water Safety Expo will hit Santa Clarita with a splash 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, but while there will be lots to enjoy, the event will come with a serious side.
The Embassy Suites Valencia hotel was reported Friday night as being sold, according to GlobeSt.com, a New York-based online commercial real estate news site.
Santa Clarita Valley residents who commute to downtown Los Angeles can take in a lunchtime concert at noon on Wednesday at the FIGat7th shopping center.
Community events: May 22, 2012
Pinecrest School fifth-graders, teachers and parent volunteers recently traveled to Sacramento as part of a field trip to learn about California history.
La Mesa Junior High School placed first and third in the Stock Market Game for the September–December 2011-2012 period, the school recently announced.
A 25-year-old man died when the motorcycle he was riding lost control and crashed into a mailbox in Saugus just before 1 a.m. today, according to a Sheriff's Department news release.
A group of First Presbyterian Church of Newhall youth missionaries recently spent their time off of school repairing homes for the less fortunate in Florida.
Another bank has joined the ranks of banks seeking to tap into the Santa Clarita Valley market.
Another new business, Sassy Couture, joined the growing commerce center in downtown Lancaster on The BLVD.
The election for two City Council seats for the city of Santa Clarita is less than a week away, and candidates are making preparations for their final push.
To assist with growth, Santa Clarita-based Bayless Engineering & Manufacturing purchased $2 million in equipment that automates many of the manufacturing company's processes, leading to higher production volumes and faster turnaround times.
Whether you believe in love at first sight or not, holding your child for the first time can make a believer out of anyone.
By most standards, Kayla Tinucci, 17, was an average high school student. She attends Canyon High and is involved in several extra curricular clubs, including the National Honors Society and the Key Club. Planning for the future and college were her top priorities, that is until a few years ago.