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The Peoria Chamber of Commerce is virtually hosting its Women 4 Women Networking Group 8:30-10 a.m., July 17. more
With spring school closures limiting the availability of free and reduced meal programs for children and more people facing unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been an increase … more
Sun City resident Art “Karts” Huseonica and his partner, Lauren “Lolo” Sherwood, signed a major sponsor for their delayed Yukon adventure. more
The CORE Institute announced the addition of seven new providers to its team in the greater Phoenix area. It was founded to deliver orthopedic and neurological care and build upon a foundation of community service. With the addition of these new providers, The CORE Institute has more than 180 clinical doctors and providers across 19 locations in Arizona, including Peoria. more
Peoria Small Business Task Force has launched a second phase of the city’s business outreach to provide immediate support and tools to local businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The city of Peoria and Take Charge America are hosting a free webinar, Your Finances During COVID-19, July 15, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. more
They say life is cyclical, and such is true in the housing business. Ten years ago, developers were rushing to build apartment communities in the urban areas of the country, Valley of the Sun not excluded. more
Owner: Melanie Lehmer When did you start your business?: Bearfoot Fitness began in October 2019 and ran its first official class Nov. 13. Where did the idea for Barefoot Fitness come from?: … more
The northern part of Peoria has seen expansive growth in recent years and has been a prime opportunity for developers to bring in massive master planned communities. more
Small businesses and nonprofits experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be able to get some relief, thanks to Maricopa County grant program that opens this week. more
Peoria City Council approved an agreement with the City of Phoenix to provide federal funds in the amount of $485,926 for operating expenses for the city’s transit services. more
Given the growing concerns around COVID-19, the 2020 Biz to Biz Expo has been cancelled. more
As development has continued in the north, the need for more water infrastructure has also increased. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down many things for Arizonans, but distribution of tax revenues isn’t one of them. As of May, the Arizona Department of Revenue had collected and … more
A Peoria Forward incubation venture won the Greater Phoenix Tech Challenge and received a $50,000 grant from Pakis Center for Business Philanthropy at Arizona Community Foundation. more
The Mint Dispensary has launched a contest in search of the best cannabis-infused creations. This is one of many things the medical marijuana dispensary has done to distinguish itself from the other legal peddlers of medical greenery out there. more
The city of Peoria has developed several programs to provide financial support to small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Peoria businesses can apply for the Small Business Emergency Loan … more
City Council approved the use of up to $200,000 to provide additional security for small business emergency loans to Peoria small businesses, and authorized the city manager to enter into an … more
Mastermolding, Inc., a Phoenix-based custom injection molding company is producing an “ear saver,” a device used to hook the ear straps of face masks to avoid chaffing of the skin from the strings. more
The ambitious project known as Stadium Point has taken its first tangible step in years to bringing a new multi-million dollar mixed use regional attraction to the P83 Entertainment District. more
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