On Monday, Aug. 21, a total solar eclipse will be passing directly over the United States.
A specialty car dealership will soon be opening where Prescott Honda used to be, 1230 W. Iron Springs Road.
Now that downtown Prescott has been designated an entertainment district, what does this mean for businesses in the area?
Senator tours the Goodwin Fire burn scar
During a visit to the Prescott area on Thursday, Aug. 10, Arizona Senator Jeff Flake took the time to tour the Goodwin Fire burn scar and then deliver a keynote address during the Arizona Chamber of Commerce 2017 Environmental and Sustainability Summit.
Prescott, Arizona’s Mountain Artists Guild is hosting its 67th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 12 and 13.
After nearly a year of court proceedings, Joshua Lethbridge, former president of the Liberty Management Group, was sentenced to 12.5 years imprisonment and 12 years of subsequent probation on Tuesday, Aug. 8, for embezzling $260,000 over 10 years from The Mountain Club, a planned community in Prescott.
Agrees to pay restitution in full
The former sales manager of Lamb Nissan has been placed on four years of supervised probation for embezzling more than $80,000 earlier this year.
Spring Valley resident struggling to recover after major flooding event
Paul Teolis watched helplessly as his 5-acre property was all but wiped out by a major flood on July 19.
Providing more than just a product
Poor customer service is simply bad for business. Conversely, great customer service can pay off greatly.
Need2Know: Foothills Bank relocating; Advance Auto Parts continues construction in PV; Dorn Homes donates to PUSDs
Foothills Bank relocating Foothills Bank will be moving its loan production center from the Bulleri Professional Building on Cortez Street to an 8,000-square-foot building currently being redeveloped at 222 W. Gurley St. in Prescott.