OK, so you are still thinking about what gifts to give to your friends and loved ones for the holidays. Well, you need not travel far.
Prescott restaurateur Skyler Reeves of Vivili Hospitality Group announced this past week that he will be opening The County Seat, a sprawling gathering place, mercantile and restaurant, on the top floor of the historic Burmister Building downtown, on Friday, Nov. 27.
Arizona added more than 4,100 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, part of a trend that could have a nasty effect on the state’s economic health and unemployment situation.
Do you “Love that Chicken from Popeyes!”? If you live in Prescott Valley, you’ll soon be in luck.
Although the Prescott Chamber of Commerce does not sponsor the annual Acker Night Musical Showcase, it has traditionally been a boon to participating downtown businesses because consumers stop by to shop while listening to live Christmas and holiday-themed music from talented local musicians.
Preskitt’s Pawz ‘N’ Clawz, a family-owned, one-stop shop for pets’ needs, plans to open by mid-December in The Village at the Boulders, the store’s ownership stated in an email last week.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley chambers of commerce are stepping up their efforts to promote shopping locally at brick-and-mortar shops before, during and after the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
Forget about getting that margarita to go with your take-out order of fajitas, at least for the time being.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce received a distinguished honor and notable recognition this week on a national level.
Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center has expanded its operations in Cave Creek and Black Canyon City to include services to residents in Mayer, Spring Valley and Cordes Lakes.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Arizona this past month named OneAZ Credit Union, which operates branches in Prescott and Prescott Valley, as a winner of the bureau’s 2020 Torch Awards for Ethics.
The Northern Arizona Chapter of SCORE, northernarizona.score.org, has announced its 2020-21 chapter Leadership Team.
The 2020 Empty Bowls food drive fundraiser, an annual event designed to help those in need in the Quad Cities during the winter months, was in doubt from the beginning.
Construction on the new Alliance Home Improvement Center, 3600 N. Glassford Hill Road in Prescott Valley, has gained steam in recent weeks after its groundbreaking in late August behind the Maverik gas station and convenience store.
Arizona utility regulators approved a plan for utilities to receive all their energy from carbon-free sources by 2050.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to 751,000, the lowest since March, but it's still historically high and indicates the viral pandemic is forcing many employers to cut jobs.
Hilton Garden Inn Prescott Downtown, originally scheduled to open this month, plans to celebrate its grand opening on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, instead.
In an age when most Americans aren’t staying in one job for their entire career, Prescott postal carrier David Hyslip has defied a 21st century trend.
The United States is approaching a record for the number of new daily coronavirus cases in the latest ominous sign about the disease’s grip on the nation, as states from Connecticut to the Rocky Mountain West reel under the surge.
U.S. stock indexes closed mostly higher Friday, though the S&P 500 posted its first weekly loss in four weeks.
The little-watched race for control of Arizona’s utility regulatory commission could have big implications for power rates and the future of renewable energy.
Vivili Hospitality Group, which bills itself as Prescott’s largest restaurateur, announced in a news release this past week that it will open a modern taqueria and tequila bar called La Planchada this fall at the former Genovese’s Italian restaurant, 217 W. Gurley St., in downtown Prescott.
Should small-business owners in the Quad Cities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Dewey-Humboldt be wary of Arizona’s Proposition 208?
Arizona added 30,200 new jobs last month. But the question of what that means in an unemployment rate is a little less certain.
When Robin Burke reflects on the past four decades that she has spent with Stepping Stones Agencies in Prescott’s Quad Cities, she settles into her cerebral approach to the business of helping vulnerable people.