Local business community attempts to better understand a generation that is taking over the labor force
Millennials, those born between 1982 and 2003, are entitled, spoiled, lazy, self-absorbed and lack a strong work ethic.
New wine tasting venue in Prescott Flying Leap Vineyards, an Arizona-based and veteran owned/operated winery, has opened a Prescott tasting room in the Terra Cotta Plaza, 124 S. Granite St.
Prescott Med Spa celebrated its opening with a Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on Tuesday, Oct. 31.
New owners of car repair business offering free car repair to essay winner Lora Lopas and Greg Porterfield purchased Car Care by Bob on White Spar Road in Prescott last July and renamed it Prescott Car Care.
Large vacant commercial properties in Prescott, Prescott Valley looking for a break
About 13 years ago, before the housing market took a tumble and the economy tightened, Joseph D’Amorr and a business partner decided to purchase a large commercial property on the west end of Prescott at 1519 W. Gurley St.
Need2Know: New women’s clothing store in PV; Rustic Pie opens coffee shop; a reduction in ownership; anniversary recognition
New women’s clothing store in Prescott Valley A women’s clothing and accessory store called Queen Esther’s Closet has just opened in Prescott Valley at 8933 E. Florentine Road, Suites A and B.
The Great Depression, the rise of corporate America, the invention of the World Wide Web, the election of 18 U.S. presidents … it has survived it all.
Los Pinos open in Prescott Los Pinos (formally “The Pine Cone”) has opened after a significant renovation of the building.
Partners with construction industry
More than 50 building industry representatives so far have answered Yavapai College’s call for help crafting a plan to develop and retain a strong workforce to meet long-term industry needs.
The Prescott Downtown Partnership held its annual meeting Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Hassayampa Inn in downtown Prescott.
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce, on Thursday, Oct. 19, welcomed Touchmark at the Ranch with a ribbon cutting celebration.
NEW YORK — Uber already has a home on your phone. Now it wants a place in your purse or wallet.
Low-income customers see significant increases
Electric bills have gone up and people are taking notice.
Need2Know: UltraWater Bar Health Store opening; Walmart discontinues Price Match at local stores; TCC donating thousands to local nonprofits; Amish Home Décor hosting Design Day
Walmart Price Match discontinued at local stores All Walmart Supercenters throughout Arizona, including the three in the quad-city area, have discontinued their price matching policies as of Oct. 16.
APS rolling out education plan
Across its service territory, Arizona Public Service is working to get its customers to be more conscious about how and when they use energy.
Wages are increasing, labor market tightening
Arizona’s seasonally adjusted jobless rate dropped to 4.7 percent last month, the lowest rate in nearly a decade.
Dr. John Spitalieri is now seeing patients in Prescott.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomed Native Grill & Wings on Oct. 16.
The most successful small business owners are those who do their homework before pouring their life savings into a dream that may or may not pay off, said Stephen Hart, spokesman for the Small Business Administration in Arizona.
Need2Know: Native Grill & Wings opening; new Mexican restaurant coming; new veterinarian practice being built; Foothills Bank working toward opening new branch
Native Grill & Wings opening Native Grill & Wings will be opening its doors for business in Prescott Valley on Monday, Oct. 16.
Walmart is all about online, anticipating digital sales next fiscal year will rise about 40 percent and that it will double the number of U.S. curbside locations for online grocery shoppers at its stores.
Millions of Social Security recipients and other retirees will get a 2 percent increase in benefits next year, the largest increase since 2012, thought it comes to only $25 a month for the average beneficiary.
Owner of Lamb Chevrolet Cadillac recalls history, looks to future
Ted Lamb, owner of Lamb Auto Sales, has reached a milestone few owners of any business achieve: 50 years at the helm.
Need2Know: Petal It Forward in Prescott; CuttingEdge Service expands; new cannabidiol store in Prescott
The team from Allan’s Flowers & More and Prescott Valley Florist will be hitting the courthouse plaza of Prescott on Wednesday, Oct. 11, to hand out bouquets of flowers to busy workers to help brighten up their week.
President Donald Trump and his Republican partners in a nearly $6 trillion tax-cutting plan insist it would benefit middle-class Americans and not the wealthy.