In late October, Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) at 1003 Willow Creek Road in Prescott plans to begin opening its new Outpatient Services Building West in stages, hospital officials announced in a news release Sept. 16.
“The practice of medicine is a calling in which your heart will be exercised equally with your head.”
United Animal Friends (UAF) announced today that it has been named a “2021 Top-Rated Nonprofit” by GreatNonprofits, the leading website for community recommendations of charities and nonprofits, according to a news release.
The remodeling of a local favorite business is always a big deal and what better way to celebrate than by throwing a special reveal event for the community.
On Sept. 13, a unique Jamba and Cinnabon joint location opened at the Depot Marketplace inside the former Starbucks, 351 N. Montezuma St., Suite A.
Clayton Homes of Chino Valley, an off-site built home sales center in the retail division of Clayton Homes, was recognized as Manufactured Housing Institute’s 2021 Retail Sales Center of the Year for the West region.
When Teri Drew reads the Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) Economic and Workforce Development’s 2020-2021 Annual Report, she is quick to say that it “tells a story.”
Desert Financial Credit Union opened its first branch in Yavapai County on Sept. 7 at the Prescott Valley Fry’s grocery store, 3100 N. Glassford Hill Road.
Arizona has sold off $93 million in Unilever bonds and plans to sell the remaining $50 million it has invested in the global consumer products company over subsidiary Ben & Jerry’s decision to stop selling its ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories, the latest in a series of actions by states with anti-Israel boycott laws.
As of Tuesday, Aug. 24, the MountainAir Cleaners in the Depot Marketplace on East Sheldon Street in Prescott permanently closed its doors.
Thank you to everyone who helped to make our 28th annual Pronghorn Golf Tournament a great success. We had a great day of golf, wonderful drawings, ...
Multiple organizations in Chino Valley and in other parts around the Quad Cities have joined forces to start an initiative to help build and promote local Hispanic businesses.
The Barley Hound gastropub, 234 S. Cortez St., in downtown Prescott reopened this past week after a nearly year-long renovation, the establishment’s ownership group announced.
In 2022, Credit Union West will move its Prescott Valley branch from 8640 E. Highway 69 to a larger branch that will be built in a vacant lot north of the Maverik gas station and convenience store on Glassford Hill Road.
We hear the phrase “buy local” often, yet do we ever really think about what it means?
During the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year and a half, Amanda Escobedo and Cody Hogg learned at least one thing about the business community in downtown Prescott — its resilience under pressure.
Red, White & Brew (RWB), a restaurant that serves traditional dishes and new American favorites, plans to open this fall at the former Prescott Station, 200 E. Gurley St., in downtown Prescott.
The American Gem Society and Lamerson’s Jewelry congratulates Jim Lamerson for his 37th consecutive certification and re-certification as an American Gem Society certified gemologist appraiser.
When the Biden administration announced another pandemic-related extension of the federal government’s eviction moratorium on Aug. 3, the Prescott Chamber of Commerce had already been well into the second round of its Prescott CARES grant-funding program for struggling residents and businesses.
What follows is a list of the qualifications that individuals and businesses need in order to receive funding from the Prescott CARES program, as reported by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce.
Rosa’s Pizzeria, a culinary favorite for years on West Gurley Street in downtown Prescott, plans to conduct a soft opening for its second location the last week of August at the Prescott Valley Entertainment District where the former Garcia’s Mexican restaurant stood.
Patty Lindsey, Robin Frye, and Barbara Kult greet Lily Kontz from National Bank of Arizona and Wendy McManigal from Tom’s Print and Sign at the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021.
School is back in session and I think that no matter how long I live here I will never get used to such an early start date.
Cocky’s Chicken & Brew, a chicken and fish restaurant with home-style sides and alcoholic beverages, this summer will be moving into the former Burger King next to Peter Piper Pizza at the Frontier Village shopping center, 1841 E. Highway 69, in Prescott.
After nearly a year off from doing special events, the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce kicked off its monthly mixers with a cowboy themed party Tuesday, July 20, at the Chino Valley Equestrian Park.