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Two Scottsdale restaurants have agreed to resolve a matter with the state regarding their “lack of disclosure concerning add-on charges,” Attorney General Kris Mayes said Friday. Mayes … more
WM announced completion of the $13 million automation update of its Northwest Regional Material Recovery Facility in Surprise, with production ramping up recently for all customers. more
Tempe could see almost 500 new residential and commercial opportunities with a new 25-story mixed-use development at East University Drive, which will go up for final council consideration on May 4. more
The latest battle between shrinking Maricopa County farmland versus business opportunity was put on pause Tuesday night in Glendale. more
Michael Bergmans is a 45-year-old Surprise chef who just started a Chefs for Seniors franchise in the northwest Valley, covering Surprise, Sun City, Sun City West and Peoria. more
After years of focusing on apartment projects throughout the Valley, New York City-based Rockefeller Group decided about a year ago to reenter the Phoenix commercial market. more

Almost six years after ALDI first submitted designs to the city’s planning department for a new location, ALDI in Glendale opens this week. more
Voting has started for the Tempe Entertainment District, which, if passed, would approve the construction of the project by Alex Meruelo’s Bluebird Developments, despite growing concerns from some residents. more
Scottsdale will soon be the home of the first Ceasars Entertainment non-gaming property in the country. The Ceasars Republic Scottsdale hotel from the Las Vegas-based gaming giant just added … more
A Silicon Valley company offering information technology services for business  opened its new Arizona office April 13 in Gilbert, bringing about 300 workers to town.  TD Synnex, based in Fremont, … more
Tempe residents are speaking out in gusto, in support of and against, the proposed Tempe Entertainment District, which has been steeping in controversy despite being approved unanimously by city council. more
Scottsdale real estate brokerage and developer Diversified Partners broke ground recently on an 11-acre retail, restaurant, hotel and office space development in Gilbert’s Mercy medical area. … more
Landowners and Surprise staff combined six different applications for rezoning in the Sycamore Farms planned-area development into one presentation before the Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission April 6. more

Gas prices in Glendale have taken a big jump just in one month. more
Silicon Valley Bank employees see hope with First Citizens takeover, however, the future of the former top bank’s presence in Tempe remains murky. more
The Tohono O’odham Gaming Enterprise broke ground Wednesday on a new Desert Diamond Casino facility near Glendale. more
WASHINGTON – Arizona has attracted more than $58 billion in private investments for manufacturing since 2021, one of the highest levels in the country, according to the White House, which calls it proof that the president’s economic agenda is working. more
Surprise’s General Plan 2040 update process is a big picture procedure set in place years ago and does not divert based on recent developments. more
Antonio Sanchez is following the blueprint from his dad, Esequiel, in building the second Mr. Zeke’s Restaurant. more
Portillo's is holding its grand opening March 31 for its location at  2650 S. Market St., Gilbert, in the SanTan Village Marketplace. The Oak Brook, Illinois-based chain is known for its … more

Supporters of the Tempe Entertainment District have responded to those against the project who have cited grievances. more
The first full hospital campus in Surprise does not appear to have many hurdles to construction, although it remains early in its design stage. more
Jim Pratt is the new general manager and chief executive officer of Salt River Project. Pratt will begin his new role on May 5, replacing Mike Hummel, who is retiring after more than 40 years with … more
Tempe has put out a request for developers to submit proposals to help the city transform a site along the Apache Boulevard corridor into a housing and shopping hub. The city wants to … more
The Gold Canyon Chamber of Commerce is seeking an $86,000 grant to in part educate visitors to the area of the dangers of hiking in the Tonto National Forest and ATV use in the desert. The Pinal … more
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