Cadu Medina, a small business marketing coach based in Prescott, relates strategic marketing to traveling with your family for a vacation.
Prescott Job Fair this week The 2017 Prescott Job Fair is only a few days away.
A landlord, property manager and code enforcement official share the ugly side of renting
One bad tenant can cause a landlord or property manager a world of hassle.
Main event pairs X-Factor, The Voice singers
The French are coming!
Progressive community action groups throughout the state kicked into high gear Tuesday, March 21, in anticipation of Congress’s first vote on the American Health Care Act (AHCA) — a Republican bill dubbed “Trumpcare” — on Thursday.
Wright’s last day after three-and-a-half years
Today, Wednesday, March 21, is Alexandria Wright’s last day serving as the Regional Economic Development director for Yavapai College.
When Arizona’s minimum wage requirements changed on Jan. 1, Brent Schadler’s hourly wage jumped from $5.25 to $7.25.
Need2Know: New downtown restaurant; Fiber Creek moves; new owners of One Hundred Chairs; A Dog’s Life closes temporarily
New downtown restaurant grand opening A new restaurant in Prescott called Atmesfir will be hosting its grand opening on Tuesday, March 28.
With the weather warming up, the Prescott Astronomy Club is pumping up its public outreach. A nice introductory event the club will be hosting on Saturday, March 18, is a star party.
Some bars throughout the world have begun to provide their customers with an additional safety tool.