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The cloud of economic uncertainty above downtown Tempe continues to hang overhead as the prolonged absence of fans at Arizona State University home football games continues. The city of Tempe … more
Nov. 19 marks Women’s Entrepreneurship Day and two Phoenix-area businesses run by women have found hope despite the fear of suffering financial impacts of COVID-19. Before the pandemic hit, … more
Portions of the eastern canal on the south side of the Salt River will be drained Nov. 20-Dec. 20 for annual maintenance and construction activities. This will impact some of SRP’s southside … more
GuacStar Kitchen and Cantina is now open as a part of the plant-based eating movement embodied with Mexican flare in Tempe. And, owner James Carlin opens the doors hoping to bring a club … more
The city of Mesa is working with Mesa dining and beverage establishments to temporarily expand their services to outdoor areas on their property. more
Bird Dog Industrial recently announced it will construct the Power 202 Business Park, a 330,000-square-foot Class A industrial park on approximately 19 acres on Power Road just north of Loop 202 in … more
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
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
Throughout the month of September, Jacob Fleming and Bob Monroe attorneys at Fleming & Monroe, PLC in Mesa, will donate 25 meals to the United Food Bank for each estate planning package started during the month-long Stand Against Hunger event. more
Residents are invited join Mulcahy Law on their firm's Facebook page for our collabora-tive Virtual HOA Academy fall class series with the cities of Avondale, Chandler, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, … 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
Arizona's monsoon can bring high winds, walls of dust, torrential rain, flooding and lightning, which can suddenly affect Salt River Project's electric system and its customers. An unexpected … more
To get an idea of how fast scams are developing around the coronavirus, just ask Katie Conner, a spokeswoman for Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “It seems like every day ... a new … 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
The East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance forwarded a memo to Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey April 24 in response to his request for the business community to provide suggestions on guidelines of what … more
The Super Bowl and its many festivities are coming to the Valley of the Sun in 2023 and the City of Scottsdale wants in on the action. more
The 22nd Desert Financial Foundation Charity Golf Tournament this week raised $500,000 to benefit “1 Darn Cool School” at Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH). The tournament was held … more
Construction will begin soon on a new 23-acre development of large aircraft hangars with manufacturing space and ancillary offices at Mesa’s Falcon Field Airport. The development will offer … more
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