When Chris David and Diana Zahreddine say they're neighbors, they mean it. A wall separates their Newhall backyards, where the two women will frequently sit and chat. They walk the neighborhoods together, which is how they noticed that one of the last non-chain coffee shops in Santa Clarita - The Town Grind - had closed some months ago.
Bank of Santa Clarita has continued to show increased earnings, according to second-quarter results released Thursday.
The results are in, and the second annual Santa Clarita Valley 40 Under Forty honorees have been announced.
Three years after Santa Clarita's enterprise zone went into effect, the business community is pushing to have it expanded to cover more of the valley.
Mention protein drinks, and most people likely think of thick, chalky shakes chugged by bodybuilders. Kirk Bardin is out to change that perception.
Three years ago, Vin Bali was working as a recruiter, helping people find jobs in accounting and finance. Having grown tired of the corporate life, he finally decided to leave recruiting behind and take what he thought might be a two-month stint with his family's limo company.
Seemingly gone with the recession are the days of staking your business claim with a dedicated office building. Now, the trend, particularly for small businesses, is shifting toward eliminating the overhead and paying for an executive suite.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. has hired out of Arizona an executive director who led an effort to locate Chrysler Corp.'s vehicle proving ground in the Grand Canyon State.
Home sales in the Santa Clarita Valley were down in May, with Realtors pointing to limited inventory and the expiration of federal tax credits.
Santa Clarita will host a free Enterprise Zone breakfast workshop, Wednesday from 9-10 a.m. at the city's Transit Maintenance Facility. The workshop will provide local businesses with information on how to benefit from the city's Enterprise Zone program and reduce their state income taxes. The Transit Maintenance Facility is located at 28250 Constellation Road. For more information or to RSVP visit www.SCEnterpriseZone.com or call (661) 286-4071.
The nomination period is open for the second annual 40 Under Forty Awards, presented by the Santa Clarita Valley Business Journal and JCI Santa Clarita Valley. The awards, with a reception on Sept. 23, are presented to local business professionals who are 39 or under, and who serve in leadership roles in their job or as a volunteer. The voting period is open until July 16 at 11:59 p.m. For more information visit www.scvbj.com.
Santa Clara Valley Bank elected Suzanne Cole, a partner and office manager of Cole Ranches to its Board of Directors.
The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Old Town Newhall Association held a crowd-drawing mixer in downtown Newhall on Wednesday.
The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce is hsoting a one-day lobbying trip to Sacramento on Thursday to meet with legislators regarding both education and enterprise zones. The trip costs $50. Attendees are responsible for their own travel costs.
Twelve years ago, Stephanie Laney opened Clear Images in Stevenson Ranch. For five years, she poured her time into the store, providing quality home furnishings and decor items to her customers.
Putting an old building to new use, the city of Santa Clarita is turning the former Newhall Library into a business incubator specifically for creative and technology industries.
At age 21, Robert White is about to buy his first Santa Clarita restaurant – Tri Tipps on Newhall Ranch Road.
The Valley Industry Association held the annual installation of its 2014 board of directors in Santa Clarita on Tuesday.
Stay Green Inc. Landscaping company brought home four 2013 awards from the California Landscape Contractors Association.
Homebuilder Lennar Corporation was awarded $1 billion in damages against California developer Nicolas Marsch III and his company, Briarwood Capital LLC, a Lennar spokesperson said.