Prescott’s traffic experiment at the intersection of Whiskey Row and Gurley Street will be among the issues the Prescott City Council will discuss this week.
One look through the window of the former loading dock of the Sam Hill Hardware Company was all it took for local business owner Sheri Shaw.
Visitors to downtown Prescott have been even more generous than expected when it comes to helping the homeless with their loose change.
The fire station that served as the last headquarters of the fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots now has a sign commemorating the spot.
Online tickets for Saturday’s Taste of Prescott event sold out well before the expected cut-off time, but organizers say there are still plenty of opportunities for the daylong Everybody’s Hometown Festival.
Enhancing downtown Prescott’s creek corridor is the aim of an ongoing master plan
Soft lighting cast down from the trees overhead, way-finding signs and new access points to the Greenways Trails could all be among the improvements in store for Prescott’s Granite Creek corridor.
The creamy rigatoni pasta was whisked into a “bowl” crafted from a carved-out 70-pound parmesan wheel at Rosa’s Pizzeria Monday morning. The product: A hearty, yet velvety, bite of Italian-cuisine goodness.
When it comes to the architectural trends of the times, Gurley Street’s historic Bashford Courts building has always been decidedly fashion-forward.
Meeting scheduled Oct. 15
A meeting for the public to weigh in on possible improvements to the Granite Creek Corridor is scheduled for this week.
Nearly 18% of Prescott residents have no internet connection in their homes, according to U.S. Census QuickFacts for 2018.