News moves very fast, and quick decisions are made on what to do with an abundance of information flooding media outlets daily.
Some say Earl Bayless is lucky.
Opening its third new-home development in Valencia, Tom Di Prima, executive vice president with KB Homes, said the homebuilder is seeing a recovery in some of the top markets - Valencia being one of them.
Our dog ate our sofa.
Although NASA's space-shuttle program has come to an end, private businesses will continue to soar above our atmosphere. And tonight, Vivace-Spacetron of Valencia is celebrating their newly designed international spacecraft transporter.
The four principals of Petersen International Underwriters of Valencia are traveling to London in September to launch the celebration of their upcoming 30th year association with Lloyd's of London in 2012.
Boarded up but not closed, the businesses damaged last week, when a sheriff's deputy crashed his car into a commercial building on Soledad Canyon Road, are open for business.
Mission Valley Bank is celebrating its 10th anniversary in July. To mark the occasion, the bank is donating $10,000 to nonprofit organizations in the Santa Clarita Valley area.
Location filming in the city of Santa Clarita had its best year ever in the past 12 months since the city began issuing location filming permits in 2003.
Newhall businesses are seeing more shoppers and visitors to their pedestrian-friendly downtown area.
Stay Green Inc. of Santa Clarita collected seven awards from the California Landscape Contractors Association, or CLCA, including best overall honors for Westfield Valencia Town Center Mall.
Microsoft who? Apple is coming to town.
The Small Business Development Center began holding a series of free business seminars this week.
AMS Fulfillment Inc., a third-party company for warehousing, assembly and order-fulfillment services, has opened a new headquarters and sixth warehouse.
Caston's TV & Appliances of Newhall announced Monday it is closing its doors for good. The family-owned and -operated business first opened in 1967.
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.