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As concerns over the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis have driven a wave of U.S. workers to embrace the work-from-home trend. more
The housing market in Arizona is gangbusters right now, but how long can the record breaking sales go on? more
Meritage Homes Corporation has announced that its co-founder, chairman and chief executive officer, Steven J. Hilton, will retire as CEO effective Jan. 1, 2021. He will continue to guide and … more
As consumer spending has undoubtedly shifted during the time of the novel coronavirus, Independent Newsmedia reached out Certified Financial Planner Jason Ayala. Mr. Ayala, a Scottsdale-based … more
Federal and state officials have long wanted to connect Phoenix and Las Vegas as part of a long interstate that runs from Mexico to Canada. more
The Daily Independent at YourValley.net has seen its monthly usership quadruple since its debut in October 2019. Due to tremendous digital growth, the Arizona newsroom welcomed Patrick … more
Independent Newsmedia is providing communities across the Valley of the Sun a free and interactive resource helping event promoters during the time of the novel coronavirus. more
Bashas’ Family of Stores and First Fruits are funding 42,000 emergency meals for children and families on the Navajo Nation through St. Mary’s Food Bank. more
Arizona Department of Revenue specialists have assisted more than 31,000 taxpayers through live chat since the department debuted the service Aug. 1, 2019, on its AZDOR.gov andAZTaxes.gov websites. more
SmithGroup has hired Samantha Spadaro as a director of business development in the firm’s Phoenix office. In her new position, according to a press release, Ms. Spadaro will enhance the … more
Five Phoenix-metro high school students have started their Bank of America paid summer internship experience of leadership, civic engagement and workforce skills-building with local nonprofit Boys … more
As Valley companies realize working from home is the foreseeable future, will that translate to a surplus of vacant class A office space? Experts say: It’s too early to identify any changes … more
The Greater Phoenix Chamber has appointed five new members to its Valley Young Professionals Board of Directors. more
Small businesses and nonprofits experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be able to get some relief, thanks to Maricopa County grant program that opens this week. more
Phoenix Suns Charities enlisted the help of six local artists to collaborate on a special T-shirt design that benefits Local First Arizona, a nonprofit that champions locally owned Arizona businesses. more
The Arizona Department of Revenue is reminding taxpayers they have until Wednesday, July 15 to file tax year 2019 individual income tax returns. The department moved the deadline for filing and … more
CBRE has arranged the $7.65 million sale of a 61,304-square-foot single-tenant office building located at 16212 N. 28th Ave. in Phoenix. more
Panda Cares, the philanthropic arm of Panda Express, has donated $77,760 worth of personal protective equipment to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The donation included 9,600 KN95 particulate … more
Over the years, consumers have warmed up to buying certain products online, when before they would choose to buy them at a brick and mortar shop. Shoes, clothes, home furnishings and even groceries — especially now that COVID-19 has led to social distancing restrictions — these are items that many consumers now unflinchingly buy online. more
Crown Realty & Development is continuing to work on various development projects, including City North in north Phoenix. more
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