24-Hour Comics Day Brave New World Comics hosts a local artists challenge to create a 24-page comic book within 24 straight hours from noon on Saturday to noon on Sunday at 22722 Lyons Ave #6. The challenge is part of an international celebration of comic book creation where cartoonists around the globe will take on the same challenge. Artists and comics creators of every artistic level will participate. Contact (661-259-4745) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. ...
Hometown Day is one event in the "Give the Gift of Sight" charitable programs sponsored by Luxottica Retail and the Give the Gift of Sight foundation.
Advertising Professionals of North Los Angeles County invites business executives, designers, advertisers and marketing professionals to a special business luncheon featuring legendary branding designer Mike Salisbury as keynote speaker at 11:30 a.m. Oct. 24 at the Tournament Players Club, 26550 Heritage View Lane in Valencia.
To keep fighting a war against disease, sometimes you need a bigger battleground. Cellestis Inc. recently tripled the size of its Valencia headquarters in its ongoing battle to defeat tuberculosis. "We outgrew the other location," Cellestis employee Scott Weiss said. "Over there, we were busting at the seams." The company hosted the celebration of its new North American distribution headquarters on Constellation Road in the Rye Canyon industrial center. Cellestis is a local subsidiary of ...
More than 100 exhibitors handed out goody bags, networked with each other and greeted potential customers as the 24th annual Home and Business Expo opened its tent flaps Saturday on a windy College of the Canyons parking lot.
Signal staffers hold toys for the annual SCV Junior Chamber of Commerce Santa's Helpers program. The Signal is a top sponsor for the event. More than four toy bins in the lobby of The Signal's offices have been filled with toys and games for underprivileged children.
Allen and Kelly Smudde are cleaning up Skid Row - one smile at a time. The Valencia dentists donated six boxes of toothbrushes and a box full of toothpaste tubes to a Santa Clarita Valley organization that will distribute them to homeless people on Skid Row today. Christina Findley of Canyon Country and Nancy Burgos of North Hollywood, co-founders of future nonprofit corporation Ffena, traveled to Los Angeles' Skid Row in early November to hand ...
Foreclosure workshop offered The California Foreclosure Institute presents a free two-hour workshop for investors and real estate agents from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Valencia Public Library. The workshop will focus on how to get started finding and buying foreclosure properties. Reservations are required. Visit www.foreclosureworkshop.net, or call (888) 285-0101. Meeting deadlines heads luncheon The Santa Clarita Valley Bar Association will host a lunch meeting and MCLE program, "Deadlines on Demand," at noon ...
Local small business owners will soon have more opportunity to purchase their own company space in the new River Court industrial park at Avenue Tibbitts and Avenue Hopkins in Valencia.
Mayor Bob Kellar will install the Valley Industrial Assocation's 2009 Board of Directors at the next luncheon at 11:45 a.m. Dec. 16 at the Hyatt Valencia.
Anyone interested in starting or expanding their business or learning the secrets of successful business owners can attend College of the Canyons second annual Dream and Discover Entrepreneurs Conference from 8 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center.
Lenny Cohen of NAI Capital's Santa Clarita office represented the buyer Arcona, Inc. in the purchase of a 12,755 square foot industrial building located on Industry Drive in Valencia. The transaction was valued at $1,898,190, according to Public Relations Manager Jennifer Ortado. "Acrona, Inc. manufacturers and distributors of facial and skincare products will occupy the building as an owner/user," Ortado said.
With a national financial crisis continuing to shake up the country, local auto dealers are facing their own struggles as the U.S. auto market continues to decline.
With the election of Barack Obama and a heavily Democratic Congress, Santa Clarita Valley employers can expect several changes in federal employment laws. Here are three changes I see in my crystal ball. Contractors
Every work day various employees at Designing Health in Valencia have a fruit smoothie for breakfast and a vegetable smoothie for lunch specially delivered to their desk by operation and systems manager Ron Beaudette.
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.
Creekside Road in Santa Clarita wasn't even connected to McBean Parkway when Valencia Car Wash first opened, said its owner Jeff Paul.