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The city of Glendale is fighting back against stolen shopping carts that have a tendency to end up around town causing blight. more
One of the world’s top semi-conductor companies officially opened its doors in Scottsdale March 10. Onsemi world headquarters pulled anchor at its old location at 5005 E. McDowell Road in … more
Tempe has reduced the permit fees for business owners who bring live music to their venues. The one-time fee is being reduced to $200, down from $1,671, until March 1, 2024, according to the … more
Chuck Smeriglio and Stephen Wipf’s friendship dates from earlier than their partnership in Copper Still Moonshine Grill. The two and their wives used to get together Saturday nights around a … more
The Surprise Planning & Zoning Commission approved a site plan for a 414,540-square-foot building in the city’s industrial area Feb. 16, clearing the way for it to be built. more
A robust labor force will continue to reign important in the coming years if Arizona wants to remain competitive. more

For Arizona residents, the job market has tilted in favor of job seekers in a way rarely seen. Bureau of Labor Statistics data analyzed by the University of Arizona’s Economic and Business … more
PHOENIX – David Livingston said his proposal to cut by nearly half taxes owed by corporations doing business in Arizona will produce jobs by luring  companies to the state. The GOP … more
The Shops at Lake Pleasant in Peoria is a step closer to construction. more
The leadership and staff of the nonprofit Benevilla welcomed the new 2023 Board of Directors. more
Rolling Hills Golf Course could see major improvements this summer, including extended hours and physical changes, if the finalized project contract gets approved at the March 2 Tempe City Council meeting. more
HyRel Technologies, a global provider of quick turn semiconductor modification solutions, announced it has moved to Peoria and will create 50 new jobs in the city. more
Black-owned businesses aren’t the biggest part of the Valley’s economy, but they are a growing part. Much of that has to do with the demographics of the state. more

Efren Nava was a latecomer to golf, but he took to it right away. more
Before any corporate visitors settle into their Super Bowl seats, their first impression of Glendale and the West Valley will be when their plane touches down. more
PHOENIX - The way a Scottsdale lawmaker sees it, the words are written on every bill and should be obeyed. No, not "In God We Trust.'' It is: "This note is legal tender for all debts, public … more
The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled on Feb. 7 against an appeal filed on behalf of the Voice of Surprise Facebook group, clearing the way for an affordable housing complex in Surprise. Voice of Surprise more
Calling all Super Bowl fans visiting Glendale. More specifically, calling all visiting Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles fans. more
Tempe has filed a request for the Arizona Supreme Court to review a recent appeals court decision that would allow the fate of a $1.8 billion lakeside development to go before voters. South Pier, … more
Much of the Vistancia commercial core still remains vacant, but has seen more permitting activity lately, signaling that construction could be near. more

At least three Peoria home sales eclipsed the $1 million mark in January. more
Navi Sangha knew what he was getting into when he bought a convenience store on a busy intersection in Sun City. more
Commercial real estate brokerage firm, Marcus & Millichap, has arranged the sale of a new construction freestanding quick service restaurant, Noodles & Company, located in … more
There is a relationship in Suzanne Novak’s life between music and bridal alterations she does at her shop in Gilbert, Suzanne's Sewing Service. more
The West Valley Arts Council and Fry’s Food Stores commissioned a local artist, Garrett Etsitty, to create an indoor mural for the new Fry’s Marketplace at its Asante store in Surprise. more
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