Barry Gump, retired president of Santa Clarita portable restroom firm Andy Gump Inc., has passed away at the age of 74.
Porter Ranch residents voiced their concerns Monday Night regarding Southern California Gas Co.’s Aliso Canyon storage facility – a site where one of the worst natural gas leaks in U.S. history occurred.
California Lutheran University School of Management has appointed executives from Amgen Inc. and Lucky Brand to its dean’s executive council.
Pacific Lodge Youth Services has merged with another organization to form the largest provider of residential services exclusively for probation youth in California.
A bill to consolidate two water agencies in the Santa Clarita Valley received support this week from city and state representatives.
Southern California Gas Co. Public Affairs Manager Maria Ventura has been named a “Latina of Influence” by the nationally syndicated PBS program “Hispanic Lifestyle” in recognition of her public service and professional accomplishments.
DineEquity Inc. has hired former Applebee’s chief marketing officer John Cywinski to steer the brand’s turnaround, this time as its president.
California Recycling Inc. has signed a multi-year contract to provide data shredding and destruction and recycling for the city of Torrance.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley has added Barbara Impellizzeri to its board of governors.
Shares of California Resources Corp. dropped nearly 13 percent Wednesday as oil prices fell.
Westlake Village intellectual property law firm Koppel IP has named Corey Donaldson as its newest partner.
The stock of DineEquity Inc. dove more than 11 percent Wednesday after the release of the company’s fourth-quarter and full-year earnings and news that its chief financial officer would resign effective March 15.
State Senator Scott Wilk has introduced legislation to consolidate the two water agencies serving the Santa Clarita Valley.
The city of Palmdale has filed a nuisance complaint against the Palmdale Inn and its owner, citing health, safety and criminal codes violations at the business.
The Lancaster City Council voted on Tuesday to give a $2.9 million contract to BYD Energy to transition its streetlights to LEDs by the end of the year.