19th century log cabin to be part of ‘Rooms with a View’
Imagine, for a moment, a day in the life of Prescott-area pioneer Matilde Spence.
Guests will soon be able to spend the night in one of the few remaining stagecoach stations from the Arizona Territory.
A soulful jazz sound, an intimate setting, and a solo performer with a musical-royalty background: These are the makings of this weekend’s season closer of Yavapai College Performing Arts Center’s Cabaret Series.
People encouraged to get out Saturday and get to work
Earth Day, a celebratory and educational event all about environmental protection, takes on a new venue this year, as well as some new features, say event organizers.
Industry shrinks as it responds to new rules, more investigations
The group home landscape in Prescott continues to shift, city officials say, as more and more homes shut down, consolidate and change hands.
Prescott P&Z recommends OK of new complex on White Spar Road
Apartment hunting in Prescott could become dramatically easier in coming months and years, as a total of nearly 500 new rental units continue to move through the design and development process.
Sharlot Hall — her words, her story, and even her image — was central to a ceremony that took place at the Prescott historian’s gravesite this week.
The field of prospective candidates circulating petitions for Prescott City Council has dropped by one, after Michael Broggie announced this week that he was withdrawing as a candidate.
Forest Service predicts moderate fire season in Prescott this year
With a wet winter behind it, Yavapai County is no longer experiencing a drought, say U.S. Forest Service officials, and that is good news for the 2017 fire season.
City has its first public hearing for likely Aug. 29 ballot measure
For nearly three decades, Prescott voters have overwhelmingly agreed: Local budget control is preferable to a state-imposed limit.