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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleges in a lawsuit filed Friday that Bark If You’re Dirty, a Valley pet store with locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale, violated federal civil rights laws. more
Desert Ridge Marketplace in Phoenix is getting ready to kick off its 5th annual Pumpkin Patch. more
A Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott on Central Avenue in Phoenix is under new ownership. more
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month Cox is spotlighting Valley residents making a difference in their community by sharing their stories. more
In celebration of National Clean Energy Week (Sept. 25-29), APS is making progress on the path to powering homes and businesses with electricity that is 100% clean and carbon-free. more
Office buildings at the corner of 32nd Street and Camelback Road, in the heart of the Camelback Corridor, sold for $72.1 million. more

Stream Realty Partners has recruited a four-broker office leasing team with decades of combined commercial real estate experience. more
A Phoenix woman won the Rubio’s Coastal Grill fish taco contest, and now her creation will make its way to the restaurant’s menu. more
Phoenix was late to the game when it was breaking into the bioscience industry two decades ago, but now the city ranks as one of the fastest growing bioscience industries in the country. Phoenix … more
Dibble, the Phoenix-based engineering solutions company, announced new leadership promotions. more
Electrical contractor Canyon State Electric and the American Heart Association of Arizona presented Arline Nazario of McCarthy Building Companies with the Steven Maderazzo Lifestyle Change Award. more
Longtime real estate redeveloper and philanthropist Michael Pollack is celebrating 50 years of redeveloping some of the Valley’s most landmark properties. more
Buck & Rider’  at the Epicenter in Gilbert opened this month featuring a seafood menu with more than 7,000-square-feet of space, an outdoor bar and patio. Willmeng Construction … more

Mr. Pickle’s Sandwich Shop has opened its newest location in Laveen Village. more
Gorjana, the jewelry brand known for its Southern California-inspired style, opened its 54th doors at Biltmore Fashion Park in Phoenix. more
The Greater Phoenix Chamber’s Valley Young Professionals, a group for up-and-coming Valley professionals, announced new leadership, events, and a nonprofit partnership for FY24. more
Valleywise Health Foundation was given $1.75 million gift from District Medical Group, the physician group serving all of Valleywise Health. The DMG gift was made as part of Valleywise Health … more
The Greater Phoenix retail market vacancy level hit an historic low 4.8% at the end of June, reflecting strong tenant demand, according to a report released by Colliers in Arizona. more
Since launching the Local Causes Visa debit card program in 2020, Arizona Federal Credit Union has supported more than 60 nonprofits throughout Metro-Phoenix. more
An indoor pickleball franchise is undergoing a big expansion, which will include six new locations in four Valley cities. more

While the issue of big rigs parked, often overnight, in vacant fields, rights of way and in neighborhoods has become an acute issue in Surprise and other Valley hot spots. As a Maricopa Association of Governments study from late 2019 through early 2021 showed, more
Barro’s Pizza is partnering with Dr Pepper to award $10,000 to one Arizona student in the 12th annual Barro’s Dr Pepper Tuition Giveaway. more
Owner and Chef Michael Rusconi of Rusconi’s American Kitchen, and artist Dyana Hesson, are teaming up to support the Maui Strong Fund. more
Arizona industry leaders in career development, educational institutions, and employer partners are joining together to launch the Arizona Coalition for Career Readiness. more
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