Local unemployment numbers for November came out Friday, along with national, state and county numbers. All four indicators dropped in November.
Two local companies have been recognized by the entrepreneurial-focused Inc. Magazine in its debut of the Hire Power Awards.
Editors Note: This series highlights and updates noteworthy business events from 2012.
A new program for entrepreneurs, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Growth, unique only to the region served by the Santa Clarita-based Small Business Development Center, just launched to provide a wide range of services to small business owners throughout the San Fernando, East Ventura and Santa Clarita Valleys.
The city of Santa Clarita has filled the sponsorship analyst position, left vacant in the past year, with James Kneblik.
Southern California Edison plans upgrades and maintenance on equipment in the Santa Clarita Valley now that a 5 percent rate hike has been approved, a spokesman said this week.
Statewide sales tax rates increase a quarter of a percentage point on Jan. 1, 2013, but some local retailers say they don't expect it to have a big effect on shopper buying patterns.
A building permit has been issued by the city of Santa Clarita for the first phase of the new Mini Cooper of Valencia dealership to be located on Creekside Road, next to the Nissan of Valencia.
A jobs recruitment event is set for 9 a.m. Friday at the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center, located on the College of the Canyons Valencia campus.
Mike Fennel's legacy may be seen by car aficionados as his extraordinary talent for bringing vintage cars back to life. But to family and friends, his sudden death on Sept. 19 signaled the loss of a man of integrity and passion.
On the heels of a rate hike approval for Southern California Edison consumers, an independent state oversight agency on Monday expressed concerns about California's overall energy policies and how they affect ratepayers.
Expecting future funding cuts to WorkSource centers, the Los Angeles County Workforce Investment Board approved a series of reforms to ensure ongoing services are provided to the community.
After making it through four years of a depressed real estate market, Mistress of Ceremonies Laura Langen opened the Southland Regional Association of Realtors annual installation dinner Friday night by greeting attendees with: "Welcome to Survivor 2012."
Effective today, The Signal's website address has changed to www.signalscv.com. But for readers who have the old address - with the dastardly dash placed between the words "the" and "signal" - memorized or bookmarked on their computers and mobile devices, users will be seamlessly routed to the new site. The hyphen also disappeared from The Signal e-mail addresses of staff today. However, messages sent to the old email addresses will also be automatically routed to ...
County supervisors have approved water rate hikes for residents of Val Verde and Acton in the Santa Clarita Valley, as well as for Malibu and the Marina del Rey.
Exporters and importers, as well as the warehouse and distribution companies that support them, reap multiple benefits when they operate inside a Foreign Trade Zone – or FTZ, said experts at a recent meeting.
The wine bar business, Roman Holiday, which announced Feb. 12 it was working to re-open after a dispute between partners forced its closure, is definitely closing, sources say.
Santa Clarita residents have been loosely campaigning for quite some time to have an independent art house movie theater open locally. According to one executive, there is still hope that a theater chain airing independent films may one day locate in Santa Clarita.
Last year was a busy one for the city of Santa Clarita and its tourism partners, according to a city official.
The economic recovery still has a way to go before total household income rises to pre-recession levels, but recovery is occurring, economic experts said during a Santa Clarita Valley conference this week.