Gina Wodrich opened her G.G.’s Candle Boutique at 401 Montezuma St., Prescott, on Nov. 7.
Buried within the economic noise (and reality) of the past 4 years from Covid-induced business shutdowns (and layoffs) to the ensuing inflation from too much economic stimulus, is a temporarily forgotten paradigm…. that the Social Security payments system may be running out of time, and money.
A joint venture between DLC, one of the country’s largest private owners, operators and managers of open-air retail, along with money managed by DRA Advisors, have acquired four major open-air shopping centers, with an institutional investment partner as part of a $100 million deal, including the Shops at Gateway in Prescott.
Prescott Valley Kung Fu, currently training out of Summer’s DanceWorks at 805 Miller Valley Road in Prescott, officially began its new ownership Nov. 15 with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Deep discounts and the growth of flexible payment options were the drivers behind $9.8 billion in online sales in the U.S. on Black Friday — a record figure for the day.
In a sign that independent local businesses are attractive to shoppers, a Bankrate and YouGov survey shows that 72% of holiday shoppers plan to purchase from a small business in person or online during the holiday season. That marks an increase from 65% who said the same last year.
Amish Home Décor cut the ribbon on its store at 2710 N. Glassford Hill Road, Suite G in Prescott Valley on Thursday, Nov. 16.
With the holidays directly upon us (and the continuation of very high prices) many are surely wondering how they will be able to afford holiday gift-giving…if at all.
Double H Leatherworks, located on 1st Street in Prescott Valley, is the place to go for top-notch boot and leather repair and so much more.
Surrounded by a large crowd of patients, medical practitioners, civic leaders and the Prescott Regulators and Their Shady Ladies, the Arizona Oncology opened its new 25,000 square-foot Cancer Center on Landmark Lane in Prescott on Friday, Oct. 27.
The Ogg’s Hogan Indian jewelry and cowboy items shop, which has been at 111 N. Cortez St. in Prescott since 1998, will be closing its doors at the end of March.
Hello, fans of Chino Valley! Holiday plans are in full swing at your Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center.
Banks across the country were alerting customers Friday, Nov. 3, that their deposits — such as direct deposits from employers — may be delayed due to a problem processing transactions.
So thankful! Most who know me know the passion I have for our community, its organizations, businesses and fellow residents.
Gypsy’s Bakery purchased Olde World Bakery in downtown Prescott’s Old Firehouse Plaza on Sept. 1.
The 2023 Prescott Business Awards, presented by Dignity Health Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) and the Prescott Area Young Professionals (PAYP) Visionary Awards Ceremony, were held on Thursday, Oct. 26 at the prestigious Prescott Resort.
The Prescott Golden Corral at Frontier Village, 1901 E. Highway 69, is anticipating reopening in early 2024, according to franchisee Ray Vasquez.
The Lookout — formerly Jay’s Bird Barn — will be celebrating its 20th anniversary with a week-long “Giving Back to the Community” event.
The Prescott Area Association of REALTORS® (PAAR) installed Jeanelle Shearer as the 2024 president of the board of directors during its Installation and Awards ceremony Oct. 13 at the Sam Hill Warehouse.
The annual Oct. 15 tax-filing milestone has just been breached.
Hello, friends of Chino Valley. Wow, September flew by!
Dr. Kevin Chan and his staff opened their Morris Health Regenesis location at 3196 Windsong Drive, Prescott Valley, in the Windsong Medical Park office complex, with a ribbon-cutting Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Ask SCORE: It is important for you, as a business owner, to have adequate and proper insurance coverage for your company.
The Arizona Department of Insurance and Financial Institutions (DIFI) has reviewed the annual National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) rate filing for a 10.3% reduction in Workers' Compensation rates.
When a group of Prescott-area businessmen, entrepreneurs and residents join forces, great things can happen: local talent coming together to provide affordable solutions.