Two Santa Clarita grocery stores are scheduled to be acquired by Haggen's Food and Pharmacy, a small chain of 18 stores based in the Pacific Northwest.
U.S. HealthWorks of Santa Clarita has acquired four more occupational healthcare and urgent care centers, bringing its total to 222 centers across the country.
Two Santa Clarita landscaping companies won awards from the annual California Landscape Contractors Association honoring the best landscaping projects.
For those tired of emptying their bank accounts or heaping debt on their credit cards during the holiday season and possibly feeling some guilt over the greed that wraps at least part of the Christmas holiday, the InFORa CAUSE kiosk at the mall in Santa Clarita sells gifts with a portion of the proceeds going to worthy local and global causes with each sale.
Film and TV productions bring revenue and jobs to Santa Clarita. You might run into a film crew any day. Here are some productions that are currently shooting around town.
Machine tool company, Shenyang Machine Tool Company, is opening a marketing and customer training facility in Santa Clarita, a spokesperson for the company said Friday.
Kaiser Permanente granted more than $62,000 to Santa Clarita nonprofits that are dedicated to improving health locally.
A change in the way balloting was conducted for Signal Multimedia's 13th annual "Best of Santa Clarita Valley" campaign resulted in a Best Metro Ballot award from the online promotional products company Second Street.
Despite being a holiday staple for many in Santa Clarita for the past 24 years, this is the last year Nancy's Ranch on Magic Mountain Parkway will sell cut-your-own-trees, the owner said recently.
Jenifer Natto has been selected as the General Manager of the retail outlet shopping center The Outlets at Tejon.
Expected to open by the end of the year, Firehouse Subs is opening in Santa Clarita at the Creekside Plaza shopping center, home to Barnes & Noble, on Valencia Blvd.
Originally inspired by news reports of realty agents being attacked while sitting alone in open houses, long-time Saugus resident and Vietnam veteran Ed Borgen decided to launch his self-protection company Eyes on Defense.
They say that the clothes don't really make the man; it's the man that makes the clothes. With the Ace Rivington clothing line, however, this belief has been re-fashioned.
When Francine Kozlovsky's husband Alex lost his job with Menchie's Frozen Yogurt company sometime in 2012, he did something most former employees would never dream of.
Public relations czar for Princess Cruises, Julie Benson, is retiring May 29, the Valencia-based firm announced.
Realtor Neal Weichel was recognized as the only RE/MAX agent in Southern California to receive the Southland Regional Association of Realtor's Icon award for $1.2 billion in sales over the course of his career.
Mellady Direct Marketing received an award from the regional American Advertising Federation affiliate for its work on a 2014 nonprofit fundraising appeal campaign.
Sales and prices of Santa Clarita Valley single-family homes rose in February while condominium sales slumped, a trade association reported Monday.
California's high speed rail project could affect the Vista Canyon master-planned community on Santa Clarita's east side - but the developer Tuesday wished Gov. Jerry Brown luck with the mess that has become of requirements associated with the California Environmental Quality Act.
After 26 years in business, Harry and Mary Merdjanian, owners of Diamondstars Jewelers decided to close up their Santa Clarita store on Soledad Canyon Road a couple weeks ago to retire.
Joseph T. Mallas was promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer of U.S. HealthWorks, the Santa Clarita-based company announced Wednesday.
SANTA CLARITA- Elizabeth Hopp, Chief Banking Officer of the Bank of Santa Clarita, has been appointed to Executive Vice President this week.
A former Occidental Petroleum operation, California Resources Corporation, announced that it has leased 21,000 square feet of office space on Tourney Road in Santa Clarita.
The California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) anounced that the third application period for the California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) starts today, March 9, 2015.
UPS honored three Santa Clarita drivers for their outstanding driving records.
Gov. Jerry Brown's Go-Biz economic development office, Go-Biz, held the first-ever workshop in Santa Clarita on Wednesday for business owners to learn about the state's California Compete's tax credit program. Working in partnership with Brown's office, the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. arranged for the workshop which was held at City Hall for some 50 business people. Canyon Plastics recently earned a $350,000 tax credit under the program, the first SCV firm to be awarded credits under the program. Courtesy Photo
Santa Clarita home builder, Williams Homes, announced that its new slate of executive style homes in Stevenson Ranch is now available for sale.
Office vacancies in the Santa Clarita Valley dropped nearly 7 percent in 2013, ending 2014 in the fourth quarter with a 14.8 percent vacancy rate, according to Colliers International. Nearly 80,000 square feet of multi-tenant office space was leased by year-end 2014.