Justin Bachman owns and manages an outpatient treatment center in Prescott called Canyon Crossing Recovery.
The Greater Prescott Regional Economic Partnership Executive Director Richard Heath will be leaving his position to become the executive director of the Northern Arizona University campus in Prescott Valley.
In an ever-changing industry surrounded by technology that also continues to advance, staying current means bringing in the younger generation, said Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce President Marnie Uhl, noting that when she brought in the chamber’s former membership services director, Zack Hurt, it worked out very well.
Windmill House’s pumpkin festival scheduled to start Oct. 9 and run through the month has been canceled.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the August Real Earnings Report on Friday, noting that there has been a 1.3% increase in real average hourly earnings from August 2015 to August 2016.
Abia Judd Elementary School will be equipped with new Chromebooks this fall as the result of a Cable One initiative designed to improve student access to technology in schools.
Businesses are already prepping for the holidays.
The Barley Hound, 234 Cortez St. in Prescott, is hosting Barks ‘n’ Beers, a fundraiser benefiting United Animal Friends (UAF), from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Eberhard Wensauer composed himself: taking a deep breath, focusing his mind, and steadying his dominant hand, which was sore and covered in blisters from two days of consistent pistol firing.
Goodwill of Central Arizona has announced several hiring events in September.
Facing public furor for the price of its emergency allergy shot EpiPen, Mylan Pharmaceuticals quickly pointed to a familiar industry solution: copay discount cards.
Motorists in parts of the country could pay a little more for gasoline in coming days because of the shutdown of a leaking pipeline in Alabama.
The Prescott and Prescott Valley chambers of commerce will be hosting the fourth annual Fall Quad-Cities Business & Lifestyles Expo at the Prescott Valley Event Center on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 17 and 18.
Need2Know: Do-it-yourself wood sign business opens; free meal for first responders at Augie’s and more
Board & Brush Creative Studio, a do-it-yourself wood sign entertainment chain, has opened its newest location in Prescott.
Hundreds of aircraft will descend on Prescott for an Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) fly-in.
Amerigas, formerly Flame Propane, celebrated its new branding Friday, Sept. 9, with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting.
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NEED2KNOW: Medical group expands in Chino Valley; store settles in at mall; Olive Garden supports first responders
Family Medical Walk In has acquired the old Summit Bank building near the intersection of Highway 89 and W Butterfield Road.
A couple weeks ago, 400 pounds of alpaca hair was delivered to Rita Beeson from an alpaca rancher in Paulden.
The bankruptcy of the Hanjin shipping line has thrown ports and retailers around the world into confusion, with giant container ships marooned and merchants worrying whether tons of goods will reach their shelves.
The second quarter cost-of-living figures have been released and the Prescott/Prescott Valley composite index dropped slightly from the last quarter.
A line of toys that can break into small pieces hazardous to children are being recalled this week. Other recalled consumer products include cables, off-road motorcycles, bike helmets and recreational vehicles.
Robert Reich’s recent book “Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few,” sparked interest across much of the country as it delineated the cause-effect relationship of money and the marketplace.
Just the thought of buying a car can be both exhilarating and daunting.
Dutch Bros has landed in PV; Paulden Ace store opening soon