Posted inconspicuously in clean white letters with a square border on a side window of Florian Floral Design & Events at Prescott’s Gateway Mall, Aileen Casillas displays a fitting quote from Lady Bird Johnson: “Where Flowers Bloom, so does Hope.”
Keith Kendall announced Nov. 1 that he had returned as owner and manager of The Art Store, 537 Sixth St.
Started by American Express in 2010 to draw attention to the multitude of shopping opportunities awaiting consumers on America’s Main Streets, Small Business Saturday purposely positioned itself between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
When Mike Wright, his father, Steve, and his mother, Diane, were trying to figure out a new business that they could open in Prescott, they stumbled onto a unique one.
It’s official: Thai Express has replaced Chai’s Thai at the Prescott Gateway Mall Food Court.
Jersey Mike’s Subs celebrated its grand opening in Prescott Oct. 30 at 811 Whipple St., as franchise owners Steve and Syndie Wolsey conducted a fundraiser in support of the YMCA.
Marilyn Unruh’s time has come. It’s time to part ways with the 40,000 to 50,000 used books in her collection.
Nestled among the trees in an older neighborhood two blocks south of downtown Prescott, the Lazy G Brewhouse, 220 W. Leroux St., stands out like a beacon in the night.
Sandy Griffis, executive director for the Yavapai County Contractors Association, thanked community partners, contractors and board members Wednesday.
Artist Ian Russell was ecstatic when he began renting the historic Ed Block Building, 130 S. Montezuma St., from the Fields family in 2011.
This fall, Prescott will join one of five Western cities with a Sana Behavioral Hospital, which offers acute inpatient psych treatment for seniors 55 and older.
Every 2 seconds, someone’s identity is stolen. Despite how common this crime has become, there are ways you can protect yourself.
If you’ve driven past the intersection of Highway 69 and Lake Valley Road, near the center of town in Prescott Valley this month, you might have noticed a rather tall, bright yellow, tripod-looking crane pointing to the sky.
The former Native Grill & Wings restaurant, 5533 E. Highway 69, has been sold to new ownership, Town of Prescott Valley Community Development Director Richard Parker confirmed to The Daily Courier Oct. 2.
Montana-based Glacier Bancorp will acquire Lake Havasu City-based State Bank Corp in a merger announced Monday, Sept. 30.
Consumer spending is up and economic growth in Arizona and the rest of the U.S. is on the rise, but investor caution is one sign pointing to a potential recession in 2020, a global economist told Arizona business leaders.
About 10 years ago, Northern Arizona Suns Vice President of Business Operations Ashley Stovall remembers meeting former Arizona Sundogs hockey general manager Chris Presson for the first time at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Prescott Valley.
So, you say you’ve tasted Dutch Bros. Coffee and Yellow Leaf Coffee. Both have been around for some time now, whether in Prescott or Prescott Valley.
Despite being paralyzed from the neck down, Andrew Bogdanov spends his days being as active as possible, whether he’s working out in an adaptive gym or playing wheelchair sports.
Tesoro Electronics, a decades-long supplier of metal detectors and related equipment at 715 White Spar Road in south Prescott, has permanently closed.
Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) has bought the vacant former Whole Foods/New Frontiers store, 1112 Iron Springs Road, in Prescott, with plans to turn it into a physical therapy office.
Bill Tracy, eccentric founder of the ever-popular Bill’s Pizza and Bill’s Grill in downtown Prescott, died Sept. 5 of complications from injuries he suffered after falling off the roof of his Palm Desert, California, restaurant in mid-July. He was 69.
Isn’t it wonderful to have fabulous new restaurants in town? All of them work with Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) to have their plans reviewed and approved, as well as licensed to provide safe food and drink products to their patrons.