A good old-fashioned heart-pounding fright isn't just a fun end-of-October ritual; it also scares up billions up dollars in sales annually. Analysts report that between $5 million and $6 million are spent on costumes, props and candy for the second-largest commercial "holiday" in the United States - Halloween. Ron Erb, manager, of a local Spirit Halloween store, says people definitely come into the store looking for holiday costumes, but they are also looking for props ...
Whether it's helping a small-business owner build and grow a business, finding workers for a local company, one program helps brings both parties together.
Kevin Cawley, 28, has been promoted to operation manager at Stay Green Inc., supervising Stay Green's division of professional landscape services to some of the company's highest-profile local clients.
Film and TV productions bring revenue and jobs to Santa Clarita. You might run into a film crew any day. Here's a production that is currently shooting in town:
An injury ended dancer and choreographer Richard Giorla's professional career. As a teen, Michele Mosler was on life support for a week after a serious auto accident resulted in a severed main artery, ruptured spleen and collapsed lung. Giorla's experience led him to open a series of franchised low-impact exercise studios called Cardio Barre. Mosler brought one of those studios to the Santa Clarita Valley. "Cardio" for heart, and "Barre" for the ballet handrail, Cardio ...
A new store in town catering entirely to Santa Clarita Valley tennis aficionados celebrates its grand opening today.
HealthCare Partners Medical group has been named a top-performing medical group in California for the seventh year in a row by the nonprofit Integrated Healthcare Association. Locally, HealthCare Partners has an office in Valencia.
CU Xpress Lease Inc., a joint venture with Fusion Auto Finance LLC and GrooveCar Inc., has opened an office in Valencia. The Texas-based business is expanding its services to the California market.
At first blush, the process of divorce can seem incredibly daunting. For skilled practitioners, however, the questions are quite routine, even if the answers for each unique case and set of facts are not.
New music store Rock Candy Music and More owners Billy and Melissa Yergensen threw a grand opening bash Saturday from noon to 10 p.m., and around 200 local music fans checked out the retailer's racks of new and used CDs, vinyl LP's and singles, plus posters, T-shirts, rock memorabilia, retro candy, handmade jewelry and other pop-culture accoutrements.
Kwik Pick Jr. Market, Santa Clarita, was the first retailer in the city to display a "Stop Tobacco Access" decal. Owner Zaher Khezam received a certificate of appreciation from the city of Santa Clarita on Wednesday, presented to him by Councilwoman Laurie Ender.
Whether a reader agrees or disagrees with a position taken by a newspaper's editorial board, the value that strong, vibrant media brings to a community is that it provides a forum for connecting citizens, business and government.
You're probably familiar with the rules for putting money into a 401(k) plan. But are you familiar with the rules for taking your money out?
Keith Abercrombie, vice president, operations of Valencia Water Company, has been appointed as the company's general manager. He will represent the company on Castaic Lake Water Agency's board of directors.
In honor of the restaurant's 10-year anniversary, Stonefire Grill is hosting a community celebration Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to thank its customers for 10 years of loyalty.
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.