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.
Young people with in an interest in serving in the U.S. military can now check out the possibilities at a new recruiting site in Prescott Valley.
Fake news creeping through the tri-city area that Fry’s food markets are eliminating cashiers is not true, the corporate spokesperson said Friday.
From a starter’s kit to top small business honors in the nation, Jeff and Jennifer Herbert, founders and owners of Prescott’s Superstition Meadery, are opening people’s eyes — and taste buds — to an ancient type of fermented drink.
A store strictly offering products related to Warhammer, a strategic tabletop wargame, has opened in the Depot Market Place, 377 N. Montezuma St., in Prescott.
Craig Hannay remembers boyhood trips to the Prescott downtown J.C. Penney store located in a historic landmark building now known as the Bashford Court Atrium Mall.
The old Sam Hill Hardware Co. building on Whiskey Row is taking on a decidedly Western ambience.
For the 13th consecutive year, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Business Club dominated the PBL Arizona Leadership Competition, held April 12-13 at the Embry-Riddle Prescott campus where 30 Embry-Riddle students competed in 50 individual and team events.
Italian cuisine will soon take the place of a former Mexican-food mainstay in downtown Prescott.
The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting a business and networking luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 1...
With approval of a new apartment project this past week and the pending groundbreaking for another, a total of five large complexes could soon be under construction within Prescott city limits.
Cuppers Coffee House, a longtime downtown-Prescott mainstay, is set to re-open soon at a new downtown location.
Rosa’s Pizzeria is holding a contest among all students of the Prescott Unified School District to design its pizza box, according to a news release.
Construction companies, developers and homebuyers in the Quad Cities and throughout Yavapai County are looking forward to all jurisdictions adopting the 2018 International Code Council (ICC) Building and Technical Codes.
From its fresh-squeezed orange juice to its house-roasted corned beef, the new Jen’s 7th Avenue Café in Prescott Valley has an “everything’s fresh” motto.
Just 18 months after receiving the prestigious Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star, MI Windows and Doors’ Prescott Valley facility picked up another accolade from the state of Arizona.
Downtown Prescott’s Holiday Courtyard on Whiskey Row will soon add an indoor component to its popular outdoor venue.
Long before he sat behind his spacious desk in an enclosed office on the second floor of Findlay Toyota Center, general manager Shane Cadwell’s mission was clear.
The owners of Superstition Meadery in Prescott have been selected by the federal Small Business Administration as Arizona’s Small Business Persons of the Year.
The Prescott Valley Town Council presented the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce with a special proclamation at its meeting Thursday, March 28 in celebration of the chamber celebrating its 45th anniversary in 2019.
Phoenix-based and family-owned Pruitt’s Fine Furniture has officially opened at the former Prescott Valley Kmart building, 7550 E. Highway 89.
A Prescott inventor has created a tool to help golfers improve their game, and he is making a point to keep his business local and create new jobs.
Scarlett’s Curated Collection Now open
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting its inaugural Women’s Business Connection event on Thursday, March 21, at The Event Spot.