Is it any wonder Prescott is ranked among the top cities in Arizona for retirees?
Prescott-based Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate BloomTree Realty (BHGRE) this past week merged with Sumner Commercial Group (SCG) to form the largest commercial brokerage firm in the Quad Cities, a BloomTree Realty news release reported.
For the second straight year, Swarovski Optik awarded Jay’s Bird Barn in Prescott with its prestigious Naturalist Dealer of the Year for the Western Region. Jay’s Bird Barn has now received the award for both 2018 and 2019.
Chino Valley Economic Development Project Manager Maggie Tidaback wants quad-city area residents to know that town officials, like she, are working hard to make the municipality a destination place.
Lee Rose Aesthetics, a mini med-spa studio for beauty and wellness, recently opened in the Old Firehouse Plaza at 218 W. Goodwin St. Suite 204 in downtown Prescott.
Stock indexes barely budged on Wall Street Friday, leaving the S&P 500 just shy of its record once again.
Andrew Hartman, a National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) union president from Pennsylvania, stated in a Facebook post this month that some of his local post-office branches had received no mail for delivery on Aug. 1
Every day for nearly the past 17 years, Pat Gregory operated A Dog’s Life, a hot-dog cart stationed in front of the Foxworth-Galbraith Home Improvement Center, 430 N. Sixth St., Prescott.
We are over half-way through the year and things are still nuts! At times we get brief glimpses of hope then just like that it’s gone.
When indoor restaurant seating was reduced to 50% recently because of Arizona’s COVID-19 spike, Skyler Reeves saw the potential at his Rosa’s Pizzeria shrink even further than the restricted seating that was already in effect.
Arizona should add more than 511,000 jobs by the end of 2028 compared with 2018 — assuming no major economic disruptions, people keep moving here and residents get older.
The Landings of Prescott Valley, a new, single-floor senior living community at 3500 N. Windsong Drive, is mostly finished, but managers do not plan to open it until the end of September, executive director Gail Hitt said July 28.
A financial technology company recently ranked Yavapai County as having the third-highest home values in Arizona over the past five years, basing its findings on factors such as school ratings and effective property tax rates.
Great Expectations salon, 125 S. McCormick St. in downtown Prescott, this past month announced the newest addition to its team in esthetician Kevin Chase.
The new education center at Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W. Gurley St. in downtown Prescott, was not able to open to the public this spring or summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing road construction around the historic complex.
The Yavapai County Contractors Association reported this past week that the number of permits issued for single-family homes and manufactured homes in the Quad Cities increased substantially from May to June, likely buoyed by historically-low mortgage rates and following a national trend.
If you and your children have been stuck at home quarantining because of the COVID-19 pandemic these past few months, there are still some entertainment options for them, provided you follow social-distancing guidelines.
With Americans still nervous about traveling on airplanes, buses and trains because of recent spikes in coronavirus cases nationwide, summer vacationers have gotten creative in seeking alternatives — and RVs have become one of the preferred tickets.
Target, CVS Health and Publix Super Markets on Thursday, July 16, joined the growing list of national chains that will require customers to wear face masks regardless of where cities or states stand on the issue.
Hundreds of residents, mostly senior citizens, living in a small rural town in northern Arizona have raised concerns after losing their only post office amid the coronavirus pandemic.
If you want your morning or afternoon pick-me-up coffee/tea drink from Starbucks but prefer to venture inside the establishment, you will need to wear a face covering starting Wednesday, July 15...
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) on July 6 started the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which loans federal government money to small businesses, large companies, casinos and nonprofits so they can continue paying their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Founding Fathers Collective, a future barber shop, taproom and coffee shop at 218 N. Granite St. in downtown Prescott, recently hung a small, temporary black-and-white sign on the east-facing wall indicating that work on the ambitious project had begun.
One of two health club chains in Arizona that had defied a state order to shut down and faced possible legal action said Friday it had closed.
COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on our planning for activities and events.