Feeling confident in the economy and their product, and betting on Santa Clarita, Ventura-County based Toppers Pizza is fully renovating two buildings in the city to open as restaurants later this year.
Affordable healthcare may not be so affordable, according to a panel of healthcare reform experts.
The city's Film Office is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this month and in a nod to its success, a spokesman with the city also announced 2012 was another "record year" for local filming.
When the Affordable Healthcare Act takes effect in 2014, experts predict there will be a shortage of doctors to care for the nation's populace.
Spending and growth in the private sector continue to drive the economic recovery, while the government sector remains a drag on the economy, a Los Angeles-based economist said Friday.
A little more than three months after the Santa Clarita Mimi's Café re-opened post-remodeling, the owner announced this week that it is selling the chain for $50 million.
The Bank of Santa Clarita released its 2012 earnings report Monday and the market reflected the positive results. Shares are up nearly one dollar per share in the past quarter.
Santa Clarita Valley home sales increased 8.1 percent last year over 2011, marking the second consecutive year of annual gains and the highest annual sales total since 2006.
Home-décor accents and gift boutique retailer, Santa Clarita-based Ma Maison, is moving to a new location, said owner/operator Ede Eichmann.
For years local winemakers - often amateur winemakers and hobbyists - traveled outside the Santa Clarita Valley to produce their wines.
A second BevMo is scheduled to open soon in the Santa Clarita Valley, said an official with the city.
Up to 300 people filled the tables at the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce's 89th annual installation dinner Friday, Jan. 18.
Starting Thursday, portions of northbound Bouquet Canyon Road will see traffic delays for three months as a water pipeline is put down under the road.
The Santa Clarita office market shrunk in the fourth quarter of 2012 due to the sale of three larger buildings, causing a drop in the available office space locally.
Improvement in the labor market lost some ground in December as Los Angeles County and the city of Santa Clarita saw their unemployment figures rise slightly over November, numbers released Friday indicated.
The Small Business Development Center, hosted by College of the Canyons, offers a wide array of services, many at no cost to new and existing business owners.