When Stacy Burleson and her business partner, Terri Yamate-Ottengheime were laid off from the Walt Disney Company in 2000, they didn't let tribulation stand in the way of pursuing their dreams.
Unique wine gifts open house Inspired Touch will host an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday in Canyon Country. The recipient of a "Toast to You!" gift receives a personal keepsake greeting in a decorative win glass. Contact/RSVP to (661) 252-2736. Cruise line voted best itineraries Travel agent readers of Recommend magazine choose Princess Cruises as the "Best Cruise Line-Itineraries" for the fifth consecutive year. The honor recognizes Princess' dedication to global cruising. ...
City earns economic awards The International Economic Development Council awarded the city of Santa Clarita's Economic Division two honorable mention awards during a conference in October. The awards are for the Enterprise Zone Marketing Campaign and the Santa Clarita Sponsorship Brochure. Wildcat celebrates opening of facility The Wildcat Business Group, a technology and computer networking company, is celebrating the opening of their new facility from 5:30 to 7 p.m. today at 26017 Huntington Lane, Suite ...
Advertising Professionals Association is accepting entries for its advertising, graphic design and related creative fields competition.
The economy is weakening, but Santa Clarita Valley Bank is growing. SCV Bank announced its 2008 third quarter financial results which show loan growth at $8.8 million and deposit increases of $4.9 million. The loan growth consisted primarily of commercial real estate loans, according to SCV Bank. "The Bank is in a very strong capital position," CEO Michael Hause said. "We expect to continue to grow in the fourth quarter as customers continue to call ...
The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce extended the deadline for Operation Chamber Membership to Oct. 31. Existing members who sign up new members become eligible for an array of prizes.
Franchisee Rama Iyengar of Canyon Country and his Una Mas Mexican Grill are an example of success that resounds when business works with its community.
Six Flags Magic Mountain is cleaning up, shaping up and it's not for sale. It's no secret locals recently viewed the theme park as more of a menace than a destination for family fun. "My son tells me that I can't go there because that's where all the gangs hang out," said Susan Reynolds, a senior partner at Newmarket careers in Santa Clarita. But Reynolds was one in a room full of local business executives ...
Santa Clarita City Councilman Bob Kellar swore in the Valley Industrial Association's new and returning board members on Dec. 16 at the Hyatt Valencia.
Jim Bizzelle, vice president for community development for Pardee Homes, hands a check to Nancy Fisher, center, volunteer at Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry and Amy Bodemer, executive assistant for pantry.
In the midst of a weakened economy, gift shops are dropping like flies in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Members of the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Guild raised $1,500 for hospital lab services Dec. 2.
When market-analysis firm J.D. Power and Associates released a report on automobile sales Oct. 9, it gave a bleak outlook for the rest of this year and 2009.
Lennar offers new-home financing deal Valencia's Lennar communities are offering special new-home pricing and financing through Universal American Mortgage Company of California between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. today and Sunday. Many buyers can qualify for conventional FHA loan at 3 percent down on a loan buy-down of 3.25 percent for the first year, 4.25 percent second year, and 5.25 percent (5.79 percent APR) fixed for life through UAMC, which is offering other special terms. To ...
Some of the guided missiles partially manufactured by HR Textron have gone from the streets of Valencia to the battlefields of Iraq.
Two new physicians have joined the Santa Clarita Providence Medical Institute practice.
U.S. HealthWorks of Santa Clarita announced that it has made two more executive appointments.
Santa Clarita business owners packed the Valley Industry Association's luncheon Tuesday to hear a panel of industry experts address the Affordable Care Act – ACA - which is now looming over every business owner's head.
When AMS Fulfillment in Santa Clarita was notified that it would be losing its largest client, Toms Shoes, earlier this year, the third-party order fulfillment company prepared to scale back - but, by September AMS found itself in a much stronger position than it had originally projected.
SANTA CLARITA - Sunkist Growers, the oldest operating citrus cooperative in the country, announced Wednesday it is moving its headquarters from Sherman Oaks to the Santa Clarita Valley.