Sparklight associate Kim Anderson, right, and her daughter Kirra recently used her “Angel Day,” a paid company volunteer day, to volunteer at Prescott Gateway Mall in support of the local Salvation Army’s Christmas Angel Tree Program.
Three27 Accounting Services LLC has moved to its new permanent home at 1616 W. Iron Springs Road in Prescott.
The Blue Note, located in the middle of the Prescott Gateway Mall, is both a museum and a music store. You will realize this the first moment you step inside and discover that this music store is not like any other.
Gold Star Plumbing and Drain, with 25 years of industry experience, combined with the latest plumbing technology, is opening its new location in Prescott at 1216 Mosher Lane on Monday, Nov. 28.
Clearwater Systems Arizona held the ribbon-cutting for its new location at 7485 E. 1st St., Prescott Valley Nov. 4.
Gov. Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Administration today launched Arizona Business One Stop, an easily accessible online location for small businesses and entrepreneurs to plan, star and grow their business in Arizona.
Prescott Gateway Mall, the largest mall in northern Arizona and a fixture on Highway 69 since 2002, was sold on Tuesday, Nov. 15 to ZL Properties, an LLC owned by private investors.
No sooner had local businessman Greg Raskin posted the news of the pending closure of his long-time downtown Prescott business, Raskin’s Jewelers, on Facebook this past week than the heartfelt comments started pouring in.
IRealty Professionals opened its new office at 8008 E. Yavapai Road, Suite D in Prescott Valley.
The economic development department of the City of Prescott is the proud recipient of the Golden Prospector award from The Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED) under the multimedia promotion umbrella, according to Ann Steward, the Tourism and Economics Initiatives manager for the city.
The Prescott Valley Safeway celebrated its grand reopening Thursday, Nov. 3, after its remodel.
Chick-fil-A restaurants throughout Arizona have raised $31,000 earmarked to help stop child abuse via a statewide “Brownie for Benefits” fundraiser.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is planning for the upcoming 2023 Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) License renewal season.
So thankful! Most who know me understand the passion I have for our community, its organizations, businesses and fellow residents. At this time of year, as the holiday season begins...
Quad City Auctions is the area’s newest online auction house.
Construction is underway for Five Guys and Jersey Mike’s restaurants on Glassford Hill Road just south of Florentine Road.
The Yavapai County Contractors Association and its executive director, Sandy Griffis, held their annual membership meeting Thursday evening, Oct. 20, 2022, at Espire Sports in the Prescott Gateway Mall.
Artful Eye Jewelers, a retail store specializing in custom design and one-of-a-kind jewelry, is celebrating 25 years on Whiskey Row.
Two of the nation’s largest grocers have agreed to merge in a deal they say would help them better compete with Walmart, Amazon and other major companies that have stepped into the grocery business.
Ground has been broken on construction of the Human Bean Coffee Shop on the site of the former Circle K convenience store at the corner of Frontage and Robert roads.
The Daily Courier won first place General Excellence as well as a host of category and individual awards Thursday night, Oct. 6, in the Arizona Newspapers Association’s 2022 Better Newspapers Contest and Excellence in Advertising Awards.
We are happy to welcome Samantha Mayer to our chamber team. Samantha is our Special Projects Administrator and some of her duties include our radio and TV scheduling, social media posts and communications, the visitor center and other activities as we plan them.
After breaking ground on its new Prescott Valley branch in April, Credit Union West reports construction is on track for an opening in November.
The Prescott Valley Chamber was happy to celebrate the Grand Opening of Ciao Bella with a ribbon cutting on Sept. 28.
The beloved Bonn-Fire restaurant at 1667 S. Highway 89 in Chino Valley will be closing Nov. 22, 2022, owners Randy and Linda Bonneville announced on social media in mid-September.