The Findlay Automotive Group will close its Hyundai dealership in Prescott this week, on Thursday, April 19, according to the former manager of the dealership.
Cryptocurrencies, like bitcoin, are gaining popularity. In fact, they’re so popular, they’ve already experienced their own bubble, seen it burst, and are now on the rebound.
'Sgt. Steve' makes a comeback
Once upon a time, Steve Rosen was an out-of-shape sergeant first class in the U.S. Army. He didn’t start that way; he got bored doing monotonous military push-ups and sit-ups.
Need2Know: The Event Spot now in PV; ON Q Financial and Farmers Insurance opening; Firehouse Subs still coming; local Walmarts miss out on re-modeling projects
The Event Spot opening soon in PV; now booking The Event Spot, a venue for large gatherings, opens soon at 6520 E. 1st Street, Suite B, in Prescott Valley, and, owner Ken Foote said, reservations are being accepted.
In the closest finish in nearly three decades of identifying the nation’s top airlines, Alaska Air barely edged out Delta Airlines to retain its No. 1 position, according to the 28th annual Airline Quality Rating, released Monday, April 9, and produced in part by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Need2Know: News for New Life CPR training center; Mystic Harmony Yoga Boutique; and Tri-City Property Management Services
New location for New Life CPR training center New Life CPR, which trains people in lifesaving techniques, as well as the use of automated external defibrillators, has moved its office and training facility to 3767 East Karicio Lane, Suite C — behind Costco and Joe’s Furniture.
Customers can choose, but are they satisfied?
In February, electricity generation company Arizona Public Service (APS) introduced a new billing system that allows a customer to select a plan that seems to be best for their pocketbook.
The venerable Palace Restaurant and Saloon on Prescott’s Whiskey Row has been sold to new owners.
130 North Condominiums to be first of their kind in downtown Prescott
Judy Numbers was out walking one day, when she spotted a “for sale” sign in the window of the now-closed Prescott Downtown Athletic Club, “and it just caught my eye, and the wheels started turning, and that’s what I came up with” — a design for six condominiums upstairs and two commercial spaces on the ground floor of the three-story building.
After 11 years in business, Prescott outdoor supplier Manzanita Outfitters is closing down.