Ed Masterson stepped down as president and CEO of the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce, and longtime Chamber member Charlie Gill will take over until a replacement can be found, it was announced Wednesday.
Brad Lanfranco, classified advertising manager for The Signal, says that he loves this community. A local resident for 19 years, Lanfranco oversees automotive, recruitment, real estate and the rest of classified advertising at the newspaper.
Working a job at a historic Hollywood mortuary gave the Nicholas Aire Systems team more than a fright when the mortician informed the crew that one of the deceased was missing.
The Signal's Business section welcomes community members to submit stories for publication that the writer believes will be of interest to readers at large.
As citizens witnessed commercial airliners fly into the twin towers at the World Trade Center in 2001, the use of citizen journalists exploded.
Late at night, in a dimly lit parking lot by LAX, the anxious mother awaited her young daughter's missing plane.
Property Management Professionals of Valencia, a young company borne in the collapse of the home-building industry, provides skilled assistance to homeowner associations by helping board members make informed decisions.
The long lasting recession has hurt many local nonprofits as grants diminish and donations dry up. One local organization came very close to closing, before rethinking its business model and allocating a portion the rescue shelter to provide for-profit services.
The SCV Chamber of Commerce, in association with the city of Santa Clarita, opted to expand the exhibit space at the SCV Community Expo this year after last year's show sold out and the Chamber could not accommodate all the businesses who wished to exhibit.
When Matt Randall started his own company, a satellite-phone rental and sale company, he wanted to open a local enterprise because the Santa Clarita Valley is gateway to areas offering hiking, fishing, boating and desert motorcycle trips.
There will be less economic uncertainty and stronger growth in the U.S. economy this year, said experts at the 2014 Economic and Real Estate Outlook Conference in Santa Clarita on Thursday.
A new financial incentive is being offered to companies that relocate to the Santa Clarita Valley, the SCV Economic Development Corporation announced on Thursday.
Schools turn out future employees with specific skill sets – but can they think?
After a nearly two year absence from the market, Blue Cloud Movie Ranch in Santa Clarita is back up for sale, listed at $7.5 million.
Backed by 40 years of engineering experience in the biomedical industry, Gene Zamba first launched Cal Biomedical Research in Santa Clarita in 2011 as one of a handful of companies across the nation to take a medical device from point A to Z.
Following a statewide trend, sales of existing Santa Clarita homes slowed in January, according to numbers released by the Southland Regional Association of Realtors on Wednesday.
Three national retailers have closed their doors at the mall in Santa Clarita.
After 32 years, Tresierras Supermarket in Newhall closed, according to the sign posted on the front of the grocery store.
AMS Fulfillment has landed a new client that fits neatly into the region's film entertainment industry.
Attracting higher-paying jobs to the Santa Clarita Valley for local residents has been an ongoing goal of the city's economic development division and the SCV Economic Development Corporation. Part of that effort has included attracting the right companies to the valley, and helping existing businesses to grow. Companies are slowly emerging from the recession and, as our industry Roundtable participants alluded to, are feeling more confident about hiring again.
U.S. HealthWorks in Santa Clarita first entered the local market when it acquired two medical centers in 2009 that were launched by local physicians Dr. Larry Barnhart and Dr. Ralph Farinella.
After a delay of more than a year, Audi is finally preparing to move into Santa Clarita, according to an executive with the Keyes Automotive Group.
The jobs are here – and more will be coming – said the owner of Santa Clarita company Ronan Engineering, but the region needs a matchmaking service of sorts to find and attract employees with the right skill sets.
Santa Clarita's jobless rate dropped to 5.3 percent in December 2013 - a rate not seen since 2008, when the entire nation began rapidly shedding jobs as a result of the recession.
As sales of condominiums posted strong gains in the Santa Clarita Valley and home prices continued rising in 2013, investors pulled back from the single-family home market, a Realtors association reported this week.