It is uncommon for a nonprofit and a small business in the same town to swap the buildings where they sell their merchandise.
You could say that Prescott Valley and Prescott will soon be awash in Ocean Blue Car Washes.
Lisa Watters Lain has worked in her family-owned business — Watters Garden Center — since she was old enough to hold a hose, according to a news release.
On Friday, July 12, Arizona’s Family, KPHO CBS 5 and KTVK 3TV television stations in the Phoenix market and home of CBS in Phoenix, began notifying its viewers that DISH Network may drop the stations from its lineup at 4 p.m. Monday, July 15, according to a news release.
After 18 years on Whiskey Row, the Newman Gallery has been sold.
Starting with the 2019 fall semester, Yavapai College’s School of Hotel and Restaurant Management will be available at the Prescott campus as a second location for the program. It currently is in Sedona.
The wait for the sweet stuff, at long last, is over.
At Soul Ride Bike Shop in Prescott, you’ll soon be able to take it easy.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce is taking nominations for its annual Prescott Valley Excellence Awards program where organizations and individuals who have made a significant contribution to Prescott Valley in Fiscal Year 2018-19 will be recognized.
NOAH Thrift Store, which supports various animal rescue organizations, celebrated its 20th anniversary Saturday, June 22, 2019.
For the second time in six months, Prescott Golf Club is under new management in hopes of refurbishing the 48-year-old course and its amenities for members and the public.
Months of anticipation will end for local Dunkin’ fans this coming weekend, when the purveyor of such donut classics as double chocolate, Boston Kreme, and strawberry-frosted will hold its official opening.
Stoic Cider has had a busy year and a half since selling its first bottles to the public in December 2017 — it recently won a gold medal at the largest cider competition in the world and is working on expansions, said Tierney Routson, co-founder.
With the opening this past week of the newly renovated Holiday Ballroom, Whiskey Row’s popular Holiday Courtyard now offers an indoor/outdoor venue.
China Henson, a JCPenney salon stylist at the Prescott Gateway Mall, recently received the company’s 2018 Champions Award for salon performance and for her commitment to serving customers.
After experiencing its share of ups and downs since it opened 17 years ago, the Prescott Gateway Mall is currently in a dramatic “up” phase, local business owners say.
Followers of the popular This Dudes Food truck will soon be able to head to downtown Prescott for their burger/taco/barbecue fix.
Grady Clements from Tri-City Towing of Chino Valley has received the American Towman Magazine ACE Award for achievement in service performance.
Head down to Whiskey Row from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 15, for the first Whiskey Row Summer Sidewalk Sale.
Marcy Charley of Mesa stopped Tuesday morning at the Old Capitol Market in the historic Burmeister Building on East Gurley Street on her way north to Flagstaff.
With an eye toward personalized travel experiences, two local travel-agent pros recently launched a new type of agency.
It was just before Christmas 2018 when all the residents of Casa de Piños were forced to pack up their essential possessions and move into local hotels.
A shoe room, walls of handbags, and racks of fashionable outfits continue to meet shoppers at Prescott Valley’s SMARTgirls Resale Fashion store, despite a recent change of owners.
Lorette Brashear, executive director for the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce, recently went to school for two days.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is offering Arizona businesses an opportunity to reach potential customers similar to the blue signs with their logos along freeways near their locations.