Several local advertising agencies took home recognition with plaques to display their achievement at the 2009 ADDY Awards for North Los Angeles County Sunday.
While Six Flags Inc. faces a possible Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, the president of the company's local theme park expects a good year in 2009.
The Castaic Area Town Council and Chamber of Commerce held their annual awards ceremony Saturday honoring members of the business sector and community at large.
B&B Manufacturing, a world-class provider of manufacturing solutions to the aerospace, military, semiconductor and automotive racing industries, announced its participation in the Santa Clarita Valley Search and Rescue Trail Challenge.
The Santa Clarita Community College District announced Friday the appointment of Steven Tannehill as the director of the Small Business Development Center hosted by College of the Canyons.
Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, and Assembly Budget Committee vice-chairman Roger Niello, R-Fair Oaks, Thursday announced the launch of a new Web site to inform businesses of available tools under newly-enacted Senate Bill 1608.
ADPROS, an affiliate member of the American Advertising Federation, presents the 2009 ADDY Awards at 5 p.m., Sunday at the Odyssey Restaurant at 15600 Odyssey Drive, Granada Hills. The ADDY Awards are the world's largest competition for those involved in advertising, graphic design and related creative fields. RSVP with Will Sherwood of The Sherwood Group, at (661) 287-0017. ADPROS Web site is www.adprosla.com.
Members of JSB Development will present plans for a "town center-designed, transit-focused community" proposed for 185 acres of vacant property in Canyon Country at the next Valley Industrial Association luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Valencia Country Club, 27330 Tourney Road in Valencia.
Heather Cunado strolled out of the new Canyon Country Target with merchandise in hand for the second time in a week Wednesday morning. The Plaza at Golden Valley, which now includes Target, is "long overdue," Cunado said.
As public fear continues to escalate over shortfalls of major banks, Bank of Santa Clarita sweeps into the Plaza at Golden Valley with the "traditional" community banking feel of its third branch which opened today.
Six Flags, Inc., the world's largest regional theme-park company, ended 2008 with a total revenue increase of $50.5 million, or 5 percent, compared to 2007, the company announced Tuesday.
JSB Development officials will present plans for a "town center-designed, transit-focused community" proposed for 185 acres of vacant property in Canyon Country at the Valley Industrial Association luncheon at 11:30 a.m. March 17 at the Valencia Country Club.
Santa Clara Valley Bank announced its total revenue for 2008 was $7,698,000, which was 3-percent higher than the $7,478,000 for 2007.
Valencia's AMS Fulfillment recently presented a $625 check to the Domestic Violence Center of SCV, a donation that came out of their company owners' desires to help their employees and the community.
Woodward Governor Co. has reached an agreement to acquire Santa Clarita-based HR Textron, which employs about 900 workers.
An exhaustive five-day audit of Santa Clarita's Enterprise Zone resulted in the program being given a green light with regards to running of the program and credits granted.
SANTA CLARITA - In 2012, the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) hosted by College of the Canyons experienced its most successful operational year to date, with SBDC assisted clients combining to start 53 new small businesses and create or retain 937 local jobs.
Jeanne Osterlund has been promoted to Vice President of Sales at Valencia-based U.S. HealthWorks.
Kaiser Permanente first opened its doors to Santa Clarita residents in 1994. But in October 2012, the integrated managed care medical group purchased a second building in Valencia.
Several local companies won ADDY awards last week from the American Advertising Federation's Los Angeles North chapter.
Lean Manufacturing is the topic at the Valley Industry Association business luncheon on April 16.
Construction of Princess Cruises' newest ship, "Regal Princess," reached a milestone Friday when the cruise ship was floated out of its building dock at Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.
When 23-year-old Jim Coffey started Jimco Electrical Construction in 1988, he had little more than a pickup truck to work out of, a couple years of on-the-job training and a buzz of enthusiasm for electrical construction.
First opened in 1972, retailer Bouquet Auto Parts has been a part of the economic changes and trends in Santa Clarita for over 40 years, said its co-owner, Owen Powell.
The economic snapshot report for December 2012 was released by the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation – or SCVEDC – on March 21.
Scott Strickland has been appointed as National Director of Therapy Services for Valencia-based U.S. HealthWorks.
Editor's Note: This is the last of a two-part series on the local real estate market. Last Sunday's story focused on the homeowner, or seller. Today's story focuses on the buyer.
"Compassion and forgiveness are just as important as accountability and hard work," said George Zimmer, founder and executive chairman of the Men's Wearhouse.
or hundreds of women buying and selling used clothing, much of it high-end and designer goods.
Editor's Note: This is the first of a two-part series on the local real estate market. Today's story focuses on the homeowner, or seller. The series concludes next Sunday with the focus on the buyer. In a stabilizing real estate market, marked by rising home sales and moderate price gains, a severe shortage of homes listed for sale characterizes this particular housing recovery. The lack of inventory in Santa Clarita is the "major factor slowing ...