Third-party providers see it as vindication
When he lived in Virginia six years ago, Todd Richardson would sometimes spend upward of six hours in the state’s department of motor vehicles.
Treat Center on Whiskey Row, 156-A S. Montezuma St., opened for business on Sept. 22, 2002.
Age and eating out affect state’s employment numbers
PHOENIX — Want to know what’s propelling Arizona employment? Old people. And folks who like to eat out.
NEW YORK — Apple fans who froze their credit after the Equifax data breach may end up with another hassle on their hands, if they try to get one of the new iPhones that can cost more than $1,000.
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 7 welcomed CLA Realty with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
NEW YORK — What is the sound of a stock market at a record high and nobody buying it?
WASHINGTON — In a stark reminder of the damage done by the Great Recession and of the modest recovery that followed, the median American household last year finally earned more than it did in 1999.
Consumers are thirsty for water. That’s how a Beverage Trends Report released this year by Google’s online publication, Think with Google, puts it.
Need2Know: Circle K has plans for old Hastings site; retail on Whipple; Forest Trails real estate office reopenss
Circle K has plans for old Hastings site Circle K has applied for a liquor license at the old Hastings Entertainment store, 940 Willow Creek Road.
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce on Aug. 30 welcomed Walden Farms with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
People began lining up for the grand opening of Sephora before sunrise Friday, Sept. 8.
Clubhouse, fitness center opening to public in October
“It’s just awesome views up here,” said Neal Sneller. Sneller is a marketing team member with Touchmark at The Ranch, a senior living community being built in Prescott overlooking Highway 69 near Wal-Mart.
Need2Know: Tea room changes name; Bistro St. Michael gets new chef, menu; T.F.C. Estate and Document Service changes hands
Tea room changes name English Garden Tea Room and Bistro has changed its name to Kensington’s in hopes of attracting more men to the business.
A judge has slapped down efforts by Republican lawmakers to block local governments from requiring private employers to provide greater fringe benefits to workers than the minimum required by state or federal law.
Some businesses donate their unused food to hunger relief programs. Others throw it away.
Need2Know: Building construction on Miller Valley Road; Feather Mountain auction; new PV yoga studio; new Prescott U-Haul provider
Building construction ON Miller Valley Road There has been some construction at the intersection of Miller Valley Road and Hillside Avenue in Prescott.
Locally, hunger relief organizations rely heavily on the charitable donations received from area businesses.
Ranks in top 20 most profitable U.S. markets
The Prescott area is one of the most profitable areas for home sellers in the nation, according to ATTOM Data Solutions.
Need2Know: Mexican street food in Prescott; Jim’s Auto Clinic awarded; Go Bananas has new owners; new Asian market in PV
Mexican street food in Prescott Three local brothers, Angel, Alex and Carlos Marin, have started a small eating establishment where the coffee shop Solanos Y Hermanos used to be, 520 W. Sheldon St., in Prescott.
The state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained stuck at 5.1 percent in July, a figure now virtually unchanged for a year, even as the national jobless rate dropped a tenth of a point last month to 4.3 percent.
Now that downtown Prescott has been designated an entertainment district, what does this mean for businesses in the area?
A specialty car dealership will soon be opening where Prescott Honda used to be, 1230 W. Iron Springs Road.
Providing more than just a product
Poor customer service is simply bad for business. Conversely, great customer service can pay off greatly.
Need2Know: Foothills Bank relocating; Advance Auto Parts continues construction in PV; Dorn Homes donates to PUSDs
Foothills Bank relocating Foothills Bank will be moving its loan production center from the Bulleri Professional Building on Cortez Street to an 8,000-square-foot building currently being redeveloped at 222 W. Gurley St. in Prescott.
The Prescott Farmers Market is celebrating 20 years in Prescott on Aug. 9. This week, Aug. 6-13, also happens to be National Farmers Market Week.