When Eric Smith was approached to buy the location of a former day spa on Town Center Drive in Valencia last December, he said some 50 jobs were on the line as the former business prepared to shut down the location.
In releasing its latest economic snapshot report for the Santa Clarita Valley this week, the biggest news is on the commercial real estate front, which has long suffered in the economic downturn.
The Signal hit a new milestone in October when it attracted more than 1.1 million page views in a month, according to Google Analytics.
In the final jobs report to be released before Tuesday's presidential election, U.S. employers added 171,000 jobs in October, and hiring was stronger in August and September than first thought.
Newhall Land Deveopment Inc. has sold 31 acres of land in its Valencia master-plan area near the Santa Clarita Metrolink Station to an Orange County homebuilder, officials announced Friday. The New Home Company from Aliso Viejo announced its plans to build 315 single-family homes and live-work lofts on the land. The property is located on the north side of Soledad Canyon Road at the intersection of Gladding Way, just across from the biggest ...
Valencia-based U.S. HealthWorks, one of the largest operators of occupational and urgent care health care centers in the United States, announced Thursday that is has acquired Priority Care Inc. of Erie, Penn.
Agromin, an Oxnard-based organic material recycler, announced this week that it has formed a partnership with Stay Green to recycle and reuse the yard and landscape clippings collected by Stay Green for reuse in landscaping projects.
Michael LaRue went from being a former aerospace engineer to entrepreneur in one weekend when he launched Zejoop, a mobile app for social event planning, at the SCV Startup Santa Clarita event held Oct. 5 through 7.
SOS Entertainment of Santa Clarita was recognized Tuesday as Small Business of the Year by Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita.
Family owned and operated, Charmaine's Bouquet Canyon Florist has been serving Santa Clarita since 1966 - 21 years before the city was even formed.
AMS Fulfillment of Valencia celebrated the foreign trade zone expansion - FTZ - certification on Thursday by sharing the benefits the FTZ brings with other companies in the Valencia Commerce Center.
Record low housing inventory in the Santa Clarita Valley resulted in both bad news and good for September home sales, according to a report released Thursday.
The Bank of Santa Clarita released its third quarter results Thursday, and reported net earnings of $203,000 representing a growth rate of more than 10 percent over the $184,000 reported for the same period in 2011.
Launching the first "shop locally" effort 15 years ago, merchants came together to create awareness in the community that all the services a bride needs to fashion a wedding event exist right here in Santa Clarita.
The ranks of the unemployed in Santa Clarita dropped significantly in September, falling from 6.9 percent in August to 6.2 percent last month, according to data released Friday by the California Employment Development Department.
On the heels of growing builder confidence, and more new home starts than during the Great Recession, a new-home trade association launched a campaign to spotlight homebuilders' new homes, including those new home communities in the Santa Clarita Valley.
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.