Prescott wondering if legislature will undo local rules; PV welcomes state help
Since new regulations on sober living homes took effect in Prescott in early 2017, the number of the homes has dropped by about 77 percent.
Increase tax for PSPRS will add to overall growth
Even before the City of Prescott begins to see the results of a new 0.75-percent sales tax, revenues from its existing 2-percent sales tax continue to rise.
One councilman terms city contribution a ‘subsidy’
For the $30,000 in cash and $28,000 in support services that the City of Prescott puts into the Whiskey Off-Road mountain bike race each year, officials say the community gains an economic impact of about $6 million.
Some residents have more options than others
Depending on where one lives in the Quad Cities, garbage and recycling options vary, from “one size fits all” to two separate bins, to hauling it to the landfill yourself.
Council to vote on $30,000 annual contribution; may loosen rules on how it’s used
The Whiskey Off-Road Mountain Bike event would continue to receive $30,000 annually from the city for the next three years under a contract amendment that the Prescott City Council will consider this week.
As tragedy’s 5-year mark approaches, plans progress on courthouse monument, displays
Nearly five years after the loss of 19 of Prescott’s Granite Mountain Hotshots, the tragedy continues to resonate in the community through a variety of memorialization efforts.
Local florist gears up for Valentine’s Day rush
“What’s not to like?” For flower deliveryman David Smith, it’s not a rhetorical question.
Elimination of odors at the Sundog Wastewater Treatment Plant along Highway 89 will be among the benefits expected from a $21.6 million loan that the City of Prescott received this week.
The central part of the state is full of opportunities to go higher, faster, farther
By virtue of Prescott’s location in the midst of 1.25 million acres of National Forest, adventure is, literally, all around.
Yavapai Regional Transit won’t be able to add Prescott routes
Facing an annual loss of more than $50,000, Prescott Transit Authority is officially out of the Citi Bus business.