Roman Holiday hopes to re-open soon, said one of its owners. The cocktail and wine bar closed Jan. 18 when two of the three partners decided to exit the business. It's currently undergoing a change in ownership, said Gunner Resendez, the third partner. Located at The Patios at the Westfield Valencia Town Center, Resendez said that while he can't give the public an exact date as to when Roman Holiday will re-open, he is working ...
Feeling confident in the economy and their product, and betting on Santa Clarita, Ventura-County based Toppers Pizza is fully renovating two buildings in the city to open as restaurants later this year.
Affordable healthcare may not be so affordable, according to a panel of healthcare reform experts.
The city's Film Office is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this month and in a nod to its success, a spokesman with the city also announced 2012 was another "record year" for local filming.
When the Affordable Healthcare Act takes effect in 2014, experts predict there will be a shortage of doctors to care for the nation's populace.
The head of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation was named one of the "40 Under 40" of economic professionals, the local organization announced Friday.
Eternal Valley Memorial Park Mortuary has named Curtis Woods II as the new General Manager. Woods replaces Rachel Vargas who was promoted to head a Dignity Memorial location in Houston, Texas. Most recently he was general manager of Hillcrest Memorial Park and Mortuary in Bakersfield, and prior to that, general manager at Joshua Memorial Park in Lancaster, where he increased the location's satisfaction rating by 17 percent, said a spokesman for the Dignity Memorial network ...
A little more than three months after the Santa Clarita Mimi's Café re-opened post-remodeling, the owner announced this week that it is selling the chain for $50 million.
The Bank of Santa Clarita released its 2012 earnings report Monday and the market reflected the positive results. Shares are up nearly one dollar per share in the past quarter.
Santa Clarita Valley home sales increased 8.1 percent last year over 2011, marking the second consecutive year of annual gains and the highest annual sales total since 2006.
Home-décor accents and gift boutique retailer, Santa Clarita-based Ma Maison, is moving to a new location, said owner/operator Ede Eichmann.
For years local winemakers - often amateur winemakers and hobbyists - traveled outside the Santa Clarita Valley to produce their wines.
A private investment firm has agreed to purchase LNR Property LLC for $1.5 billion in cash. Starwood Property Trust, and Starwood Capital Group, announced the purchase on Thursday. LNR is a diversified real estate investment, finance, management and development firm with over 550 employees located in 12 offices throughout the U.S. and Europe. Under the terms of the agreement, Starwood Property Trust will acquire a number of LNR's business segments for a total purchase price ...
A second BevMo is scheduled to open soon in the Santa Clarita Valley, said an official with the city.
Up to 300 people filled the tables at the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce's 89th annual installation dinner Friday, Jan. 18.
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.