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Entrepreneurs like Cafe Emporos: Hand Drip Coffee owner Ruben Trujillo and Military Spouse Nutritionist owner KaTrina Samuels-Garrison are an independent lot, but that doesn’t mean they want to navigate the complicated world of 21st century business alone. more
Christina Peregrym’s story has become all too common during a pandemic that has been ravaging local businesses. more
There was no good time for the coronavirus outbreak to interrupt any business in 2020, and the timing especially stung for Urban Margarita. more
While they may not be classified as front-line workers, the stylists who interact with clients as they cut, color and style hair have experienced draining days of talking about the global pandemic … more
The year of the pandemic proved to be difficult for many industries in Peoria, but the housing market was not one of them. more
The COVID-19 lockdown this spring was tough even on veteran small business owners. Now imagine opening your business just two weeks before the lockdown began. That’s the precarious position … more
When Kim Ehlebracht opened her clothing consignment shop Bucks 4 Style in 2013, life was good — certainly better than it had been just a few years earlier during the worst of the Great … more
Sometimes, a restaurant’s survival comes down to the strength of its following, innovative staff, good timing with technology and the popularity of a specialty chicken sandwich. more
When your business is a tribute to beloved family members gone too soon, failure isn’t an option, even in a pandemic that has virtually gutted your ability to bring in customers on a large … more
While small businesses have been battered by the coronavirus pandemic this year, the pain inflicted on those in various Maricopa County cities appears ready to extend well into 2021. With a … more
Nearly 7 acres of vacant land has changed hands near the southeast corner of 75th an Peoria avenues in south Peoria. more
PHOENIX — The state’s top health official admitted Friday she has altered the standards governing business operations during the COVID-19 outbreak to the point that none will ever have to close, no matter how serious the infection rate gets. more
The Arizona Coyotes are partnering with Westmarc on outreach efforts to build bridges with West Valley businesses as the team looks to improve its fortunes under a new owner. At a panel discussion … more
The Litchfield Park City Council voted 6-0-1 during its regular meeting Wednesday, Dec. 17, to award $100,000 in grants to nine businesses and two nonprofits as part of its new COVID-19 Business Assistance Program. more
Small businesses continue to pivot to new revenue sources and adapt their business models in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
BoSa Donuts may take a little bit longer than expected to make its debut in Goodyear. more
No home sales in Peoria eclipsed the $1 million mark for the week of Dec. 4-10, according to Realtor. com more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is not going to order any businesses closed in three Arizona counties that, by his own standards, now have substantial transmission of COVID-19, with a press aide saying there’s no reason for that. more
National Association of Realtors named the Valley of the Sun a top 10 real estate market during and in a post-COVID-19 environment. more
Copperhills Center for the Arts in Westwing offers a range of instruction in the arts, ranging from dance and guitar to creative writing and painting. When the pandemic hit, the arts center quickly … more
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