SCV businesses struggle to stay afloat through pandemic
Valencia Newsstand 23164 Valencia Boulevard. Dan Watson/The Signal

SCV businesses struggle to stay afloat through pandemic

As national retail stores once again temporarily close amid the latest COVID-19 spike, other businesses in the Santa Clarita Valley are struggling to avoid closing their doors permanently. While Apple…

Amazon announces lease for 2nd SCV distribution center
The 1.3-million-square-foot IAC Commerce Center is set to consist of seven industrial buildings on 116 acres. Courtesy of Newmark Knight Frank

Amazon announces lease for 2nd SCV distribution center

Amazon is doubling down on the online retail giant’s Santa Clarita Valley investment, following the official announcement the company signed another lease for a second distribution center in the area.…

Santa Clarita: Shop local, support reopening businesses
Graphic courtesy of the city of Santa Clarita

Santa Clarita: Shop local, support reopening businesses

As local businesses continue to reopen, the city of Santa Clarita is urging residents to shop local this summer. The pandemic has greatly impacted businesses, employees and the SCV community,…

SCV Chamber of Commerce to host Sacramento Update
From left, Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis, State Treasurer Fiona Ma and Assemblywoman Christy Smith, D-Santa Clarita, are expected to participate in the update,Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis, State Treasurer Fiona Ma and Assemblywoman Christy Smith, D-Santa Clarita, are expected to participate in the update. The webinar is set for 2 p.m. July 17, 2020. Courtesy photos

SCV Chamber of Commerce to host Sacramento Update

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Sacramento Update, with an update from state officials, including the lieutenant governor and state treasurer. The special update is the…

SCV restaurants in ‘survival mode’ amid everchanging COVID-19 restrictions
Server Tasha Popejoy, center, brings drinks to customers Rosemary Cook, left, and Doug Odom of Valencia as they dine outside Crazy Otto's in Valencia on Thursday, July 02, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

SCV restaurants in ‘survival mode’ amid everchanging COVID-19 restrictions

By Emily Alvarenga and Tammy Murga When Simon Mee, owner of Newhall Refinery, heard that officials were ordering bars and wineries to close once again, he wondered if restaurants would…

Staying above water during quarantine
While many businesses struggle to tread water in the wake of the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, Mike Greber and his company SCV Aquarium have managed to find a way to stay afloat. PHOTO BY BOBBY BLOCK / THE SIGNAL

Staying above water during quarantine

While the coronavirus pandemic forced numerous businesses across the Santa Clarita Valley to shutter, others were able to navigate restrictions and come out on top. Tackle Express, a fishing store…

Skyline Ranch Plaza openings commence
Telly's Charburgers is among the businesses in the Skyline Ranch Plaza shopping center that have reopened their doors. June 22, 2020. Bobby Block / The Signal.

Skyline Ranch Plaza openings commence

By 8 a.m., Telly’s Charburgers is already bustling with activity, as employees prepare for the day and begin filling early-morning orders. The longtime Santa Clarita staple finally reopened after being…

SCV businesses shutter amid pandemic
Round Table Pizza on Lyons Ave is one of several SCV businesses that are shutting their doors permanently following prolonged closures due to the COVID19 pandemic. June 17, 2020. Bobby Block / The Signal.

SCV businesses shutter amid pandemic

While many businesses have been given the green light to reopen after the monthslong closure, many continue to struggle to find their “new normal” — and some have closed up…

City introduces Eat Local program
24/7 Events is offering ClearSpan Structures that can be customized to fit any space, allowing restaurants to expand services outdoors. Courtesy

City introduces Eat Local program

Some Santa Clarita restaurants can now expand their outdoor service with the city’s Eat Local program, which hopes to encourage more residents to dine locally. This comes after monthslong closures…

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