Arizona-based GO AZ Motorcycles recently bought the former Star Island Motorsports at 6500 E. Highway 69 in Prescott Valley, where it will continue to sell both new and pre-owned motorcycles, ATVs and side-by-side UTVs.
Quad Cities’ internet and cable TV provider Sparklight confirmed that it will discontinue email service for its business customers on Dec. 15, while waiting to do the same for its residential customers likely within the first three months of 2022.
Tucson International Airport is getting an $18.5 million federal grant for infrastructure and security upgrades.
The former Leidos-Lockheed Martin building, 9807 E. Valley Road, Prescott Valley, is being retrofitted for a new Amazon delivery station, Amazon spokesperson Lisa Guinn confirmed in an email this past week.
The wait is over for all of you Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen lovers in the Quad Cities.
Scheduled to open this fall, a brand-new Goodwill store and donation center is currently being built directly behind McDonald’s and Dutch Bros. coffee in the 3100 block of Willow Creek Road in north Prescott.
When Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce Operations and Events Manager Gloria Grose retired on Friday, June 25, after 15 years with the organization, she described her time as an enjoyable learning experience.
As the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to dissipate, local businesses are seeing the light of the end of the tunnel not only because they are starting to return to normal operations, but because a high rush of clientele is headed their way.
Prescott News Network has named long-time journalist Tim Wiederaenders as its editor.
The Grumpy Sicilian, a popular Italian eatery at 126 S. Montezuma St., Prescott, recently announced plans to open a second restaurant at the former Streets of New York next door to the Prescott Valley Fry’s grocery store, 3100 Glassford Hill Road.
In a little more than one month, Skyler Reeves of Prescott-based Vivili Hospitality Group said his chain of restaurants has received some 100 employment applications from people either interested in enrolling in his free tuition program at Yavapai College or who want to work for him because of it.
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The new, high-tech CP Technologies North American headquarters and manufacturing facility at 2620 Deep Well Ranch, north of Prescott Regional Airport, could be a harbinger of things to come in the Quad Cities.
The longtime Disabled American Veterans (DAV) “Trift” Store at 730 Fifth St. in Prescott isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, but it will soon have a sister store at the former Batterman’s Auction house, 400 W. Gurley St.
Although Jim Thomas of Espire Sports had considered other area sites for a massive new pickleball complex in the Quad Cities, he landed at a spot perhaps no one could have foreseen – the former Sears building at Prescott Gateway Mall off of Highway 69.
Quad-city area residents who do their banking with BBVA USA will soon be doing so with PNC Bank instead.
Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli stands with Lance Leighnor, managing partner of Leighnor Aircraft, LLC and his wife, Debbie, at a ribbon cutting for the Leighnor Aircraft building at the Prescott Airport Thursday, June 3, 2021.
A 3-2 vote by the Arizona Corporation Commission moves the state toward boosting the renewable energy requirement for state-regulated utilities but under a slower timetable than a previous proposal that was rejected by the panel.
The Kentucky Fried Chicken/Taco Bell location at 1147 N. Highway 89, Chino Valley, is temporarily closed and is undergoing a remodel, according to sources with the town as well as Taco Bell/Pizza Hut/KFC online.
The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe has restarted its development plans for a new tribal casino to be tentatively located on the tribe’s federal trust land at the intersection of Highway 69 and Yavpe Connector, according to a news release.
The new Vibes Juice Bar, 216 S. Montezuma St., has been gaining traction at the space formerly occupied by the This Dude’s Food restaurant south of Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott.
Those who work at Watters Garden Center in Prescott know it’s more than just a job. It’s a family, a community, and a mission to make the city area a better place to live.
Mystique Salon and Spa will celebrate its grand opening at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center, 1500 Highway 69, from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 15.
For a moment, put yourself in Skyler Reeves’ shoes.
Arizona State University forecasters say the state’s economy is rebounding and poised in coming months to recover all the jobs lost in 2020 due to the pandemic recession.