What if the banner over the door to your place of business read, "Never Settle For Less Than Your Best!"
Steve Lunetta really hit a nerve ("Getting some truth out of the WOPER," Feb. 21).
It is clear that the president of the United States is more concerned about offending the president of Mexico than protecting the lives of our agents that support the war on drugs with Mexico.
St. Francis Dam tour
Late in his tenure, I had the opportunity to sit down with inaugural Santa Clarita City Manager George Caravalho in his office at City Hall to get his views on the city and his legacy.
The words that follow are from a prayer that is always used at ordinations in the Episcopal Church:
Let's set the record straight right away: The services that have been provided for decades to the youth of Val Verde by the Santa Clarita Valley Boys & Girls Club are not going away.
And then what? That's a question that isn't coming up in the recent dialog about public employee and labor union benefits.
Now that football has ended, we baseball fans are enjoying spring training and preparing for the undiluted joys of another Major League Baseball season.
Ms. Mary Berg's concerns about perchlorate ("The fallout from our toxic 'donut hole,'" March 6) are no doubt shared by other Santa Clarita Valley residents; I am sure that she is not the only one who wonders about toxic chemicals in our environment and their potential effect on our health.
The city of Santa Clarita relies upon strong community partnerships to help shape a prosperous environment for sustainable and successful local business growth. As many know, this effort has proved to be particularly challenging during the Great Recession, posing many difficulties for our local businesses community and the city alike.
Today, many consumers are experiencing some sort of financial challenge that may be causing stress in their everyday lives.
Recently, the city's redevelopment agency paid two business owners approximately $250,000 each to "mitigate" moving expenses on property the city wants to develop.
Those who advocate big government never admit failure.
Santa Clarita wasn't even a city when Brent's Carpet One Floor & Home opened 35 years ago in 1979.
PASADENA – The Board of Directors of Community Bank announced that David R. Misch has been appointed as the Bank's Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Community Bank is an independent business bank with 17 business centers located throughout Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura and Orange counties.
Begun by their father, Heros Kajberouni in 1988, H.E.R.O.S. Inc. - Helicopter Engine Repair & Overhaul Services Inc. – has so outgrown its space in Glendale that the company is moving to Santa Clarita.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation fills many roles including serving as an information resource as to what's happening in the local economy, and by providing businesses and commercial real estate brokers with an analysis as to whether relocating to the SCV is the right decision for a company.
The Economic Development Division at College of the Canyons understands basic supply and demand.
Practicing a servant leadership business model, American Family Funding built its business by putting Santa Clarita Valley residents' needs first when helping them as a full-service mortgage brokerage firm.
On behalf of Eric Smith, spa owner, and all of the spa staff, we would like to express our gratitude to the Santa Clarita Valley for all of the love and support we have received during our two years of business. Thank you for allowing us to take care of your well being here at The Ivy Day Spa. We owe our success to our patrons and look forward to continuing to serve and grow our list of happy customers for many more years to come.
At Helm Vision Group on Tourney Road, staff focuses on education, innovation and personal care.
Dale and Joan Sheets have been married for 46 years. Together, they have built and maintained a local music business in Valencia for 45 years.
Whether they're new to the community, longtime residents or slowly establishing local roots, three Facey Medical Group doctors share why they are proud to live and work in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Always his passion to work with people in a healthcare related field, Moazzem H. Chowdhury decided when he was young that working as a pharmacist would give him the most direct ties to the community he wanted to serve.
With 22 years in practice, Dr. Linda Chenaur is creating a new standard for helping people in the community solve their back pain problems.
One patient was wheeled down the hallway, stable after an open-heart surgery.
It is my honor to serve as your councilwoman. I am available full-time and every-day – responding to your concerns – bringing fresh, new ideas to ensure that our city continues to provide the high quality of life we demand.
Scott and Vanessa Wilk have made Santa Clarita Valley their home for nearly 25 years, and last year, he was honored to be elected to the 38th Assembly District.