Originally Published: June 17, 2018 6 a.m.
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Vintage 107 antique store nearly ready to open
The Vintage 107 antique store is preparing to open its new location at 219D N. Cortez St., near the Peregrine Book Company.
The store left its old location at 107 E. Gurley St. late last year, and has experienced some delays in getting the new store ready.
According to an update posted to Facebook on June 13, the store will be open in two weeks.
New painting business in Prescott
R&B Painting, run by Robert Brown Jr., has opened at 212 N. Cortez St., downtown Prescott. Brown, a licensed contractor, has 30 years of experience in the trade and works anywhere in the Quad Cities, doing both residential and commercial jobs, interiors and exteriors.
Brown also stains cabinetwork, stains decks, and does powerwashing. For more information, call 928-771-1711.
Alfonso’s on Iron Springs Road about to open; store on Willow Creek is open
The Alfonso’s Mexican Food restaurant going into the former Mogie’s Mongolian Grill, 1385 Iron Springs Road, will open “next week,” according to officials at the Gurley Street location. The sign is up, and final preparations look to be underway.
The other new Alfonso’s, in the Fry’s Food and Drug shopping center at 3196 Willow Creek Road (Willow Creek at Sandretto), quietly opened about a month ago.
Learn to how find unbiased financial advice
The Foundation for Personal Financial Education’s Arizona Chapter will present a class titled, “Finding Unbiased Financial Advice” in Prescott. The foundation is a 20-year-old nationwide non‐profit organization dedicated to financial awareness. The class will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 19, at the Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. For details, call 800-345-3155.
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