SCV Business Voices

SCV aligns with state unemployment rate at 4.5% 

California’s current unemployment rate stands at 4.5%, according to From April to May, California experienced a 1.7% increase in unemployment.   California currently places as the third highest in the

Cintas celebrates Day of Giving

Valencia-based company Cintas teamed up with the Single Mothers Outreach for its third annual Cintas Day of Giving. Each year, the company has adopted an increasing number of families. In

VIA installs 2022 board of directors

The Valley Industry Association celebrated the successes of the past year Friday during its annual installation ceremony for the 2022 board of directors.  “In the 40 years since VIA was

Grocery prices surge amid product shortage

Stevenson Ranch resident Vicki Rivera used to love going grocery shopping, opting to shop for each meal rather than getting all her groceries at once, but since the pandemic hit,

SCV housing market ready for new construction

With a retail-like showroom filled with a wide range of design choices, KB Home is changing the way its customers personalize their homes as it announces the grand opening of

A new way to queue without dropping a line

Santa Clarita resident Paul Otrokov is obsessed with wait times. While getting his master’s degree in operations research, studying queuing theory, he realized that though it may be a good

The fun is on its way back

Each time the MB2 Entertainment owners — who happen to be not only business leaders but also two longtime Santa Clarita Valley residents — drove past the Mountasia Family Fun

A son’s solution

Being science-minded, it didn’t take long after Santa Clarita native Pier Mantovani’s father was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis for him to begin searching for ways to help. Soon, he’d turned

Barger meets with VIA, SCV business leaders

Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger spoke to Santa Clarita Valley business leaders last week, reflecting on the pandemic’s effect on the local economy and how she expects to move

An entrepreneur’s tail

It was about seven years ago that Terra DiSpirito realized the need to raise funds to help the animals get medical treatment or find permanent homes when she began volunteering

Business community resumes cautious gatherings

During the pandemic, virtual events all but replaced in-person gatherings as the business community worked to continue operations as much as possible. Whether a conference, meeting and even happy hour,

Summer housing market stays hot in SCV

As the economy continues to recover in the midst of the pandemic, housing prices continued to increase, hitting record numbers for this time of year in the Santa Clarita Valley.

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Make a family emergency plan

By Patrick Moody Spokesman for Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Do you need a plan? It’s important for families to have an emergency plan in place before disaster strikes. Knowing what