Prescott area e-bike rider Tim Wielinski said he likes e-bikes because they are fun to ride.
The Espresso Barn in Prescott announced in a Facebook post March 1 that it had closed after two years on Feb. 28.
I admit it; I’m over 60. I’ve been an avid bicycle rider for more than 50 years.
You may remember in early 2020 that Thai House Café, 230 N. Cortez St. in downtown Prescott, had reopened after temporarily closing its doors.
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Yavapai College updated its Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding graphic for small businesses.
Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Yavapai College Director Jeri Denniston said this past week that the Biden administration’s recent changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) allow small businesses with less than 20 employees to apply more easily.
U.S. stock indexes moved mostly higher in afternoon trading Friday, recouping some of their losses from a day earlier, though the S&P 500 was on track for its second straight weekly loss.
A veteran lawmaker is proposing what amounts to an end-run to allow some business owners to avoid paying the just-approved income tax surcharge for education.
The City of Prescott, the Town of Chino Valley and the Town of Prescott Valley may take slightly different approaches regarding who in their operations handles economic development, but the goals are often the same.
Less than two months into his new role as the Town of Prescott Valley’s economic development coordinator, Cutter Chamberlain has been busy trying to attract more retailers to town, particularly another grocer.
We are grateful for the opportunity to give an update on what is happening with the Prescott Chamber of Commerce.
Since 1974, Iron Springs Café had served Southern-style, Cajun and Mexican dishes, as well as brunch, in a former train depot at 1501 Iron Springs Road in Prescott.
Rhonda Rosdahl has become an affiliate agent at Coldwell Banker Realty’s Prescott East office, a news release reported on Feb. 12.
As the Prescott Chamber of Commerce confronted how to help its members withstand the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and beyond, President and CEO Sheri Heiney learned what it meant to adjust during a crisis.
Archer’s Bikes, an electric bike and pedal bike dealer, conducted a soft opening in early February and is now fully operational at 5672 E. Highway 69 in the Prescott Valley Crossroads shopping center.
America’s employers barely added jobs last month, underscoring the viral pandemic’s ongoing grip on the economy and likely adding momentum to the Biden administration’s push for a bold rescue aid package.
Prescott welcomed another brewer late this past month when Phoenix-based Wren House Brewery received a microbrewery liquor license to produce its craft beers at 6396 Lear Lane, east of Prescott Regional Airport.
DeLex Realty this past week named Veronica Morrow as the new manager of its Prescott branch, 550 S. Montezuma St., a company news release reported.
That storm we had a couple weeks back packed quite a punch! Thank goodness I was prepared ...
Danny B’s Fish Shack, a popular fresh-seafood restaurant at 501 N. Highway 89, Chino Valley, has quickly gained traction with its second location in Prescott Valley.
Doing something gross with food that isn’t yours in hopes of getting hits on your YouTube, Facebook or Instagram account could soon land you behind bars.
If you have lost your job during the pandemic or you think that you’re not a good fit for the position you’re in currently, now may be a good time to make a career change.
After months of slow but steady job growth, America’s nonprofit organizations shed more than 50,000 positions in December, a consequence of the economic damage caused by the viral pandemic.
In February, Phoenix-based Avista Senior Living will take over management of the Brookdale Senior Living community at 211 Bradshaw Drive, Prescott, Avista spokesperson Carsten Ellsworth confirmed this past week.
As small businesses continue to bear the brunt of the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) Serving the Pacific Southwest branches in Arizona and Southern California are encouraging business owners to follow five consumer trends to stem the tide in 2021.