Businesses opening in 2020
Construction continues on the Laemmle Theatre and the Newhall Crossings project on the corner of Lyons Avenue and Railroad Avenue in Newhall on Saturday, December 21, 2019. Dan Watson/The Signal

Businesses opening in 2020

A new year also means new business in the Santa Clarita Valley.  In the new year, the community should look out for a slate of new businesses in the SCV.…

Tips for the Black Friday shopping list
Shoppers walk through the Westfield Valencia Towncenter the week before Black Friday. Cory Rubin/The SIgnal

Tips for the Black Friday shopping list

The madness that follows every Thanksgiving dinner is returning, and with that rush comes sales that cause customers nationwide to bust down store doors in hopes of catching some savings. …

Flying high after all these years
Dennis Nobile, owner of Sun Air Parts in Valencia, inspects one of several WW2 era, zero time, 28 cylinder R-4360 engines at Sun Air Parts in Valencia. Dan Watson/The Signal

Flying high after all these years

With only a handful of planes in the world still running a 28-cylinder R-4360 engine, Dennis Nobile, owner of Sun Air Parts in Valencia, a world-renowned supplier of vintage aircraft…

A poppin’ new snack company in Santa Clarita
Amanda Bell, left, and Shelia Moran, right, recently hosted their pop-up business at the Westfield Valencia Town Center. The mother-and-daughter team love operating a business in their hometown around a snack that has a special family meaning. Cory Rubin/The Signal

A poppin’ new snack company in Santa Clarita

Most think of popcorn coming in a handful of classic flavors, such as butter, caramel or cheddar — but a new, local family business is bringing all those flavors and more.

It’s wine o’clock in the SCV
Doug Minnick, left, and Scott Page-Pagter display their wines, Hoi Polloi Winery and Pagter Brothers Winery at the Double Trouble Wine Room in Newhall on Friday, December 14, 2018. Dan Watson/The Signal

It’s wine o’clock in the SCV

Enjoying a glass of wine is much more than a companion for a good meal. The tradition that stretches back thousands of years can now be celebrated at a number…

Video Depot: The last action heroes in Newhall
John and Gina Lee stand behind the counter at Video Depot in Newhall where they've welcomed movie lovers for over 30 years. Cory Rubin/The SIgnal

Video Depot: The last action heroes in Newhall

Even with movie rental stores on almost every corner of the Santa Clarita Valley many moons ago, John and Gina Lee remember how a line of film lovers would snake…

Cicoil marks anniversary of ‘one small step’
Cicoil President & CEO, Howard Lind with a Cicoil ad for the NASA Apollo 11, 1969 moon landing and original cable design drawing, behind him, on displayed in the lobby of Cicoil in Valencia. Dan Watson/The Signal

Cicoil marks anniversary of ‘one small step’

In 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins launched from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center with the goal of being the first to walk on the moon.

Santa Clarita’s BioSolar completes first batch
BioSolar recently announced its first batch of the commercial-grade prototype in 21700 lithium-ion cylindrical cell format. While silicon anodes are not without their drawbacks, silicon is one of the most promising anode materials being considered for next-generation, high-energy and high-power lithium-ion batteries. Courtesy of BioSolar

Santa Clarita’s BioSolar completes first batch

In an era highly dependent on mobile devices and solar energy, long-lasting battery life is vital. Santa Clarita-based BioSolar Inc. understands the need for high-energy and high-power batteries, and the…

GoTribe Fitness opens new location in Santa Clarita
GoTribe held a grand opening last week to celebrate its newest location in the SCV.

GoTribe Fitness opens new location in Santa Clarita

GoTribe Fitness co-founder Jacob Hoffman started the company five years ago with his partner, Chris, after both had worked at corporate fitness gyms and had “come to the conclusion that…

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