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72SOLD affiliate Hague Partners has announced the acquisition of The Midland Team, a residential and commercial real estate group from the Midland Real Estate Alliance brokerage based in Tempe. more
The Doors are making their return to the Valley. more
Severe hospitalizations for COVID-19 complications have plateaued in recent weeks, but local health experts say that’s likely a short-lived phenomenon. more
The Phoenix Human Relations Committee is continuing to work on getting coronavirus vaccines out to the public through pop-up events and more. The HRC spoke about the Maricopa County Department of … more
A new tool will allow Arizona students to gain access to important career development information before heading off to higher education. more
When Jordan and Lyric Dodd sat down last year and realized they had paid more than $20,000 in rent, it was that moment the couple realized homeownership was in their future. “I believe our … more
Phoenix Children’s Hospital is seeking a rezoning with the city of Phoenix to allow for more flexibility in future development of its main campus. The 43-acre campus, southwest of State … more
The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. plans to finish the first phase of construction on its north Phoenix plant by July 2022. The plant is not scheduled to start production of semiconductors, … more
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, Maricopa County has received more than $2.2 billion in federal relief funds to help the Maricopa Association of Governments and other organizations combat homelessness and stabilize the housing market for vulnerable populations. more
The state of Arizona is stepping in to help hospitals suffering with severe staffing shortages amid a third wave of COVID-19. more
President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion proposed infrastructure plan would have a potential large impact on the Latino population in the United States – especially the Latino community in the … more
Downtown Phoenix was once a sparsely populated part of the country’s fifth-largest city, a land of vacant lots and empty streets once office buildings closed for the evening. more
Higher education is alive and well in Arizona, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report. more
The Phoenix metro is at its highest occupancy percentage in more than 40 years, despite increasing rents around the region, according to a local housing research expert. Thomas Brophy, … more
Valley home buyers and sellers are increasingly using online “iBuyer” services, much to the chagrin of local real estate agents. Some of those agents say customers are missing out on a … more
A new innovation that holds promise to fight lung cancer – the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide – is now in use at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center. more
The COVID pandemic has brought many live showcases to a grinding halt for the safety of all involved. That includes events put on by the nonprofit Phoenix Blues Society and its usual busy schedule. more
Jellsy Gonzalez recently embarked on her first year of teaching third grade at the same Maryvale elementary school she attended. Despite the school year beginning mid-pandemic and all the restrictions and disruptions that come with that, Gonzalez is happy to go to work every day with a classroom full of students excited to learn. more
Some Phoenix leaders hope a new partnership with a promotion offi ce more than 7,000 miles away will help land more heavy-hitting companies in the Valley of the Sun. The Greater Phoenix Economic … more
The city of Buckeye is dealing with a number of challenges, including its rate of growth.During the past 10 years, according to the city, that number is the highest in the U.S.: 80%. That’s … more
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