Staggered in lines, wearing purple-and-gold uniforms and holding position with hands at their sides, the special education cheer club Valencia Vikings Star Cheer held its collective breath.
Decades ago, 7-year-old Linda Andrade walked the stalls of Olvera Street in Los Angeles with her mom, immersed in a flood of music, color and the aromas of Mexican food.
The Santa Clarita Valley Boys & Girls Club hopes to give residents another reason to feel good about drinking wine.
Claiming another banner year for local filming days, Santa Clarita employs a simplified permitting process and offers city-exclusive incentives to pull productions into the area.
Though the Santa Clarita Valley film industry is a tight-knit one, it shakes hands with businesses in every industry, trade and retail market.
Raising an index finger and placing it on her nose, Erin Murphy wiggled her nose back and forth.
Nationally, there is a shortage of welders, but local trade education is working to fill the employment gap for regional manufacturers.
A nationwide study found that Santa Clarita's nonprofit arts community not only enhances quality of life, but invests in the overall well-being of the local economy.
As retail spending plummeted in 2009 and the country suffered as a whole, the multibillion dollar pet industry grew year by year, according to industry experts.
The residential and commercial building markets have shown improvement since the start of this year, with a more dramatic building increase since March and expected continual growth through the year, local industry experts said.
Though California ranks first in the country in research and development performance, many businesses shy away from applying for a type of tax credit that could help them save considerably, a tax consultant said during a seminar in early March.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies responded to a report of a dead body discovered off of San Francisquito Canyon Road at about 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, according to a Homicide Bureau detective.
When 23-year-old Jim Coffey started Jimco Electrical Construction in 1988, he had little more than a pickup truck to work out of, a couple years of on-the-job training and a buzz of enthusiasm for electrical construction.
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Next spring, Newhall resident Frederick Thornton will be sitting anxiously in a beachfront tent in Santa Monica, surrounded by stars and big-time industry leaders no less famous than Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett.
The first time Merry Graham won a $10,000 check, she almost threw it out and kept on cooking.
About one year ago, musician Lisa Jordan was deaf. Three weeks ago, she gracefully lifted her flute to her lips and let her fingers fly.
When he first started riding, Saugus resident Nabeel Atique swore he would never do this. But two weeks ago, he stood poised on his bike, staring down the start of a 350-mile-plus race.
Eight men in suit jackets and pressed shirts, and one in navy scrubs, gathered on the front lawn at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital.
SANTA CLARITA - As the sun set on the stage, heart-felt personal accounts of life and loss gave way to surf tunes as hundreds helped raise about $300,000 for the Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children's Cancer.
"Are we gonna do this?" teenage Zakariah O'Mara-Mezzano asked, glancing sidelong at has his two friends, with a moment's apprehension.
With her hair pulled back into a low, blond bun, Season Winquest De Angelis spun on a pointed toe, laced to the ankle in powder pink ballet shoes.
A new nonprofit is in town.
In an industry muddled with "opportunists" and "complexities," a pair of Freds at American Family Funding strives to provide clarity, community and trust.
Lexus of Valencia has increased sales by 130 percent from January 2012 to January 2013, in part to new management and a focus on the fundamentals.
Auto sales are frequently a driving force in any local economy, and Santa Clarita is no exception.
At Galpin Santa Clarita, more than 81 percent of employees, including the entire upper management team, are local residents.
Two Saugus brothers are moving their Glendale aerospace companies to Santa Clarita, hoping to spotlight the industry and grow in tandem with the city's expansion.
In the Audiology Associates office, one tall book sits mixed among the bent and folded gossip magazines that clutter every waiting room table.