Mission Valley Bank is celebrating its 10th anniversary by honoring 10 local nonprofit organizations with $10,000 in donations tonight.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson is the scheduled keynote luncheon speaker for the Valley Industry Association's 2012 Business-to-Business Industry show, the organization announced Tuesday.
Chick-fil-A restaurant is celebrating its one-year anniversary at Valencia Town Center Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m.
Princess Cruises announced Monday that it renewed the lease on its Santa Clarita headquarters, committing to remain in the area at the Westfield Valencia Town Center for the next 15 years.
The life and welfare of many newborns are often in the hands of Santa Clarita company NeoTech Products.
With seemingly nonstop cuts to school budgets, a new smartphone application fundraising tool debuted in time for parents to help staunch the bleeding and preserve programs for their children.
James E. Brown has been appointed as manager of business attraction for the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation has issued its first quarterly economic forecast update report.
When building operation units at companies, a technique called "process management" is often employed.
The recently released Santa Clarita Valley Economic Snapshot reflected some positive economic signs.
Lennar's latest home development, Aria at West Creek in Valencia, was part of the celebration last week when Newhall Land handed out prizes and brought in 10 gourmet-food trucks to people touring two new home developments.
Eager to regenerate growth in the building industry, the city of Lancaster moved to reduce and delay development fees to spur construction and urged other communities in the region to quickly follow suit.
More than 300 people met with employers at the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center's job fair Friday.
Modeled after the annual trip to Sacramento, KHTS AM-1220 is organizing the first-ever local citizens and business organizations lobbying trip to Washington, D.C.
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.