SCV hair stylists protest to reopen salons

The first shutdown in March was tough for longtime hairdresser Mona Huckaby but the second and current one is worse, she said Saturday.  In May, she and other personal care professionals parted ways with a previous salon and decided to open their own, Renovaré in Saugus, after Gov. Gavin Newsom

Being mindful of pandemic dreams

Patrick Moody Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital The pandemic has many people on edge every day. Fear and uncertainty about our jobs, our health and the

Working in a mad world

We seem to be living in a mad world right now, and I am concerned this angst will carry into our cubicles, find its way

Four Questions: Craig Martin

How did you first get into real estate? In 2000, I started flipping properties all around the Los Angeles area and was featured on TLC’s

M & M Fasteners enjoys growing in Valencia

M & M Fasteners Supply Inc. offers customers more than four decades of experience in wholesale hardware distribution for everything from the manufacturers that make

COVID-19 Business Resources

Five reasons why the ’burbs are better

Holly Schroeder President & CEO of SCVEDC Here are five reasons why the suburbs are uniquely suited to, and could benefit from, the coronavirus crisis:

Banking on trust in a pandemic and beyond

Tamara Gurney President and CEO Mission Valley Bank Never has the importance of community relationship banking been more evident than in recent months. The national

SCV Realtors discuss market, supply

By Noelle Blumel For the Signal Santa Clarita Valley real estate experts aren’t really surprised to see a relatively mild market based on current quarantine

Conversations with the CEO

Ken Keller SCVBJ Contributor When I meet with a CEO, my goal is simple: to help that leader identify the challenges being faced every day

A new, community-based showroom

A group of car salesmen from Minneapolis are taking the Santa Clarita Valley by storm, with Hello Auto Group’s newly opened Kia and Mazda dealerships,