One family's tragic foreclosure is another family's affordable abode.
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
City earns economic awards
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.
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.
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
The Fitness Compound gym in Canyon Country has closed its doors abruptly, posting a hastily scribbled notice on its door apologizing to members and referring them to another fitness center.
Wine lovers storing their treasured cargo at Lee's Wine Storage in Santa Clarita have until May 6 at the latest to claim any wine or property stored at the location – or lose it, according to the property owner.