Hosting grand re-opening on Wednesday, Oct. 25
In the years after World War II, a couple different things gained ascendance in the scientific world.
Here's what you need to know before you vote in the next City of Prescott election.
For the sixth year, Hope Fest Arizona lit up the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza with a variety of attractions and resources.
The most successful small business owners are those who do their homework before pouring their life savings into a dream that may or may not pay off, said Stephen Hart, spokesman for the Small Business Administration in Arizona.
Need2Know: Native Grill & Wings opening; new Mexican restaurant coming; new veterinarian practice being built; Foothills Bank working toward opening new branch
Native Grill & Wings opening Native Grill & Wings will be opening its doors for business in Prescott Valley on Monday, Oct. 16.
Young mother fully recovers after two-year struggle
There’s more to fighting cancer than just surviving it. This became clear for Prescott Valley resident Shannon Fitzgerald as she crept her way through battling Stage 1 breast cancer.
Two local medical practitioners weigh in
You’ve probably heard the phrase “everything causes cancer.” Well, that’s simply not true.
6 months into Prescott Police’s sex offender monitoring program, a look at how it’s going — from both sides of the fence
Now six months into the Sex Offender Accountability Program (SOAP), Prescott Police Department has made some changes to the way the program is managed.
A bill that would provide DACA recipients a path to citizenship with no strings attached
Senator John McCain is about to receive 20 letters from local students and other community members urging him to support a clean Dream Act.
School plans to offer half-priced tuition for residents of eight states
Prescott College has introduced two new scholarship initiatives.