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Trade: Economic agency organizes first China trip.
Trade: The first trade delegation from Santa Clarita to China may face competition from other cities in the county.
Entertainment: Academy of Country Music keeping Valley headquarters.
Entertainment: The Academy of Country Music calls Encino home.
Sylmar non-profit will train blind and their guide dogs at facility.
Non-Profit: Guide Dogs of America expands its Sylmar facilities to better simulate real life with blindness.
Development: Ground has broken at the Westfield project where tenant Costco scored a long-term deal during the recession.
Development: Costco lease forms the centerpiece of the Village at Westfield Topanga project.
Attorney David Hankin runs the Alfred Mann Foundation, known for its medical breakthroughs.
Q&A: Chief Executive David Hankin tells how the Alfred Mann Foundation keeps the medical device pipeline full.
Giving: Camarillo campus gets $300,000 donation for program.
The California Institute for Social Business at Cal State Channel Islands has received a big boost, courtesy of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
Real Estate: Animation studio to build large office building in Burbank.
Could Nickelodeon Animation Studios be consolidating its Santa Monica operations in Burbank?
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
A state Department of Motor Vehicles branch will open in Granada Hills, where the agency signed a five-year lease for about 35,000 square feet at a shopping center.
Market Watch Summary
The stock market showed marginal growth during the two-week period ended April 2 as tensions continued between Russia and Ukraine.
Alfred Mann, true genius.
Op-Ed: The Field Laboratory was shut down too rapidly without due consideration of beneficial uses.
Op-Ed: Santa Susana cleanup deserves a second look; water infrastructure needs seismic upgrade.
The recent spell of minor earthquakes in Southern California and the hundreds of aftershocks that have followed highlight the risks involved in living in a seismically active area.
TAKE TWO - This week's Editorial Cartoon by Steve Greenberg