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Impenetrable. Unbreakable. Protected. “The product is what we call a physical pest barrier in the world of pest control, and they call it integrated pest management,” said Tony … more
Supporting nonprofits in a big and meaningful way can be a difficult task for just one individual, but by combining forces with other like minds, one Scottsdale group has found a way to achieve such … more
Sprouts Farmers Market opened its new store, near Glendale, on Wednesday, July 21. more
The Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest announced it had honored two Phoenix-based companies with its inaugural award.  more
Marcus & Millichap has announced the sale of Tempe Gardens, a 36-unit apartment changing hands for $7.2 million, according to Ryan Sarbinoff, regional manager of the firm’s … more
The Novus Innovation Corridor, a 355-acre, multi-phased urban mixed-use development on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University is anticipated to have a significant economic impact on the … more
Snakes can strike an immediate fear into many people, however, local snake experts say education on various species can be important in overcoming that fear. One Phoenix-based snake removal and … more
SVN Commercial Real Estate Advisors have announced the sale of 1701 E. Warner Road, which previously housed Oink restaurant, for a reported $1.8 million. Director of Leasing & Sales … more
About 70 years ago, Hinkley’s Lighting, 4620 N. Central Ave., first turned on the lights at its Phoenix store and this fall the Valley-based and family-owned business will close that location to move operations to Scottsdale. more
Entering the post-pandemic era, many animal shelters and rescues are overwhelmed with the rising amount of animals in need, especially while still recovering from economic setbacks caused by … more
Five executives from Catholic Charities Community Services were recently named to the Sun Devil 100 Class of 2021. more
Together with local organizations and businesses, Mayor David Ortega and other city officials celebrated Pride Month on June 17, with an event located at Wonderspaces Arizona. On May 21, the city … more
As COVID-19 guidelines and policies begin to relax, summer camps in the state are eager and ready to bring back their happy campers. COVID-19 health and safety policies outlined by local … more
Lee & Associates has announced the promotion of Scottsdale resident Brian Payne to principal. more
Thursday, June 10, may become a red-letter day in the history of the construction of the Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley Resort Community as an out-of-court settlement was announced jointly — by … more
Last year was tough on Bob Corritore, same as for everyone trying to find their way through COVID. It’s a different tune in 2021, with all the right notes. more
Columbia Care Inc., one of the largest and most experienced cultivators, manufacturers and providers of medical and adult-use cannabis products in the U.S., announced the opening of its new retail brand, Cannabist, in Tempe. more
Frontdoors Media, a Phoenix-based publishing and multimedia company, has acquired The Red Book, and The Red Book Magazine from local publishing company ON Media. The Red Book and … more
Arizona Biltmore has returned with its highly anticipated return on May 1 following a property-wide transformation, revealing a new chapter in the history of this uniquely chic resort. more
OneAZ Credit Union announced the hire of Brandon Mello as their newest Business Banker, Mr. Mello will serve local businesses throughout the Phoenix valley area. more
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