Local Businesses

SCV Chamber of Commerce honors Black business 

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce honored two local businesses as part of its Black Business Month Celebration at a ceremony at California Institute of the Arts on Thursday

SCV aligns with state unemployment rate at 4.5% 

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

Buddies get their glow on at Thermal Horizons

Ben Benedetti, studio operations manager of Thermal Horizons Yoga and Wellness Center, said what makes his business unique is its approach —  to make exercise fun and unique with an

VIA swears in new board of directors

The Valley Industry Association installed its new board of directors during a luncheon and swearing-in ceremony at College of the Canyons’ University Center on Tuesday.   The event was officiated by

Frontier Toyota sold

By Michele E. Buttelman  Special to The Signal  Frontier Toyota, owned since 1988 by Santa Clarita Valley resident Joe Caso, was recently sold to Aman Abraham, of Los Angeles.  Abraham,

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Businesses seek consistency as COVID-19 rules change

By Jim Holt Senior Investigative Reporter  Large businesses won’t have to mandate their employees be vaccinated following a Supreme Court decision this week — a decision that, local business leaders say, is the latest

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Residents asked to limit water usage

Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency will shut down the Castaic Lake water supply for annual maintenance on Jan. 3 and the shutdown is scheduled to conclude on Jan. 12, water

Holiday returns, shopping continues

Holiday shopping is expected to break records, and projections estimate holiday retail spending reaching $860 billion. Still, holiday returns average 13.3% of all holiday sales, which equals over $100 billion