The Valley Industry Association hosted a green-technology panel presentation and discussion Tuesday, addressing the many ways businesses can receive rebates, tax credits and reduce operating costs.
Do it Center, the hardware store on Valencia Boulevard, is closing.
The SCV Kids Consignment sale opens to the public Friday, and runs through Sunday in a Valencia industrial warehouse.
In director Frank Capra's fictional movie classic, "It's a Wonderful Life," community loan officer George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart, spends his life dedicated to the community he lived in.
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Monday, Oct. 18
Need to get rid of an old TV, fax machine or cell phone? A new service for hazardous electronic waste is now available in Santa Clarita that affords residents year-round opportunities to drop off home and office electronics that owners want to dispose.
Dale Donohoe, president of Valencia based Intertex General Contractor's Inc., will be inducted into the Claremont McKenna College Hall of Fame on Oct. 23. Donohoe will be the eighth men's basketball player to be inducted in the 52-year history of Claremont.
Westfield Valencia Town Center announced a host of new retailers and restaurants opening within the next few months at the Shops at the Patios.
The city of Santa Clarita's "Think Santa Clarita" regional campaign to attract businesses to the SCV is featured in the October issue of Southwest Airlines Spirit Magazine.
A Valencia dancewear store on Cinema Drive is a part of Santa Clarita history, and so is the family behind the business.
Jacob Bustos and Katherine Stuart picked a good career path when they both went into the fast-casual dining business, in which quality meals are made and quickly served in a casual dining atmosphere.
The Valley Industrial Association's monthly luncheon today focuses on "The Business of Green: Energy, Technology and Initiatives."
Women Entrepreneurs of SCV is hosting a business seminar Oct. 21.
Santa Clara Valley Bank released its second quarter results Monday, reporting a net loss of $2,000 for the period.
There are three things we know for certain - death, taxes and that residents want an independent movie theater to open in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Home sales sputtered slightly in June, although the increasing number of existing homes listed for sale are beginning to pull the Santa Clarita Valley out of the "inventory drought" it had been in during the recession.
Adding to the growing number of new pizza restaurants opening in Santa Clarita, Pieology on Newhall Ranch Road is introducing itself to the community by donating 25 percent of the day's sales to a good cause and giving away 50 free pizzas on July 29.
Local investors just closed escrow on the purchase of the familiar Railroad Avenue building in Santa Clarita that housed Newhall Lumber for 32 years.
Santa Clara Valley Bank has agreed to a sale agreement in the amount of $15.3 million.
After being named as one of the nation's top 100 landscape companies a few weeks ago, Santa Clarita's Stay Green Inc. has also brought home eight more awards from the California Landscape Contractors Association.
While surveys of 75 companies in the Santa Clarita Valley revealed that most are in a growth mode, nearly half of those businesses also cited the need for improved Internet speeds to set the stage for future growth.
CEO Brian Troop and Santa Clarita Branch Manager Paul Gonzales are thrilled to welcome Realtor Mazen Hafez to the Troop Real Estate, Inc. family.
John Howell of Santa Clarita, along with his son Christopher, turned a lifelong photography passion into a business that is making a comeback by building a portable photo booth to capture memories at milestone events and celebrations.
The architect for the The New Home Company's Villa Metro community on Soledad Canyon Road across from the Metrolink station has won a merit award for the Best Community Site Plan.
After a long drought in the housing market the number of Santa Clarita homes listed for sale is rising – in fact, the inventory is near double what it was at this time last year, according to a local Realtor.
Film permits issued by Santa Clarita were up 44 percent during fiscal year 2013-14, marking the fourth consecutive year of increased filming in the city, officials said Wednesday.
Santa Clarita's Restaurant Week debuted last week with a collection of 13 restaurants participating in the first annual event.
Three Santa Clarita landscape companies have been named to the nation's top 100 list by Lawn & Landscape.