One of the areas President Barack Obama touched on in his "jobs" speech before Congress on Thursday night involved improving homeowner access to the Home Affordable Refinance Program, or HARP.
Locally, most residents of Santa Clarita slept unaware of the horrific events unfolding in the heart of New York's financial district Sept. 11, 2001.
Prior to the keynote speaker by Dr. Hoffman at Thursday's Santa Clarita Valley quarterly luncheon, the chamber set aside time to recognize local veterans and honor this year's recipient of the Ian Gelig Memorial Scholarship.
With 48 million Latinos in the United States representing an increasingly important consumer segment for marketers in a post-recession economy, Lee Cadena Media is hosting an inaugural Latino Business Expo at the Hyatt Regency Valencia this Friday and Saturday.
While many people went out of town for the Labor Day weekend, a sizable number of local consumers went car shopping - and made purchases. Brisk sales dominated the weekend for the automotive dealers interviewed by The Signal.
Many people I know went on short getaway trips for Labor Day weekend. I, on the other hand, spent several hours in my pajamas, sitting in front of my laptop, while a technician repaired my computer - remotely.
Ma Maison, a gifts and home accents décor boutique, celebrated its eight-year anniversary last week.
The cloud that recently parked over Santa Clarita is not the atmospheric variety, but the newest generation of cost-effective business tools capable of supporting computer-network infrastructure, data backup and disaster recovery.
Pacific Office Properties Trust Inc. announced their purchase of a three-building office complex known as Valencia Corporate Center. Located in the Santa Clarita Valley the acquisition was valued at $31 million. Located on a 13.8 acre campus, the corporate center has 194,000 square feet in three Class A office buildings. The commercial center was developed in 1999 and 2007. Pacific Office, a real estate investment trust, will co-own the property through ...
Seeking a way to join forces in support of businesses, leaders of three local business organizations met, forming a loose coalition to showcase local business and explore issues facing local companies.
Don Fleming has been appointed Co-Chairman of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation. Fleming had been serving on the SCVEDC's executive committee as vice-chair.
Local business owners and CEOs are again gearing up to prepare young people to enter the workforce.
Backstage and outdoor movie studio lots play large roles in helping to make believers out of most film goers - and the Veluzat Motion Picture Studio and Melody Ranch location sites are no exception.
Under the leadership of Mayor R. Rex Parris, the city of Lancaster has been diligently working to build a stronger, more vibrant business community in the city of 145,000, where the median household income was reported in 2008 to be $55,569.
Residential building activity in Los Angeles and Ventura counties dropped sharply in July, said a spokesperson for the Building Industry Association's Los Angeles/Ventura Chapter.
First opened in 1972, retailer Bouquet Auto Parts has been a part of the economic changes and trends in Santa Clarita for over 40 years, said its co-owner, Owen Powell.
The economic snapshot report for December 2012 was released by the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation – or SCVEDC – on March 21.
Editor's Note: This is the last of a two-part series on the local real estate market. Last Sunday's story focused on the homeowner, or seller. Today's story focuses on the buyer.
After dropping to a low of 6 percent in November, Santa Clarita's jobless numbers crept back up during the post-holiday season and stood at 6.7 percent in January, state officials reported this week.
"Compassion and forgiveness are just as important as accountability and hard work," said George Zimmer, founder and executive chairman of the Men's Wearhouse.
Santa Clarita Valley home sales and prices continued their housing-slump recovery in February, the Southland Regional Association of Realtors reported Tuesday.