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Darlene Powell has always wanted to live in Arizona. The retired Rikers Island correctional officer and now speech language pathologist from New York City did her research and found a new rental home would suit her well in her pursuit for the desert Southwest. more
Queen Creek Marketplace, 21398 S. Ellsworth Loop, will welcome neighborhood grocer Trader Joe’s to its lineup of tenants on Friday, Oct. 16. Trader Joe’s is known for its offering of … more
The housing market in Arizona is gangbusters right now, but how long can the record breaking sales go on? more
Federal and state officials have long wanted to connect Phoenix and Las Vegas as part of a long interstate that runs from Mexico to Canada. more
The summer in Arizona is usually a time when Realtors can take a bit of a load off because of lower demand compared to the rest of the year. But the housing industry in 2020, like so many aspects … more
Residents are invited join Mulcahy Law on their firm's Facebook page for our collabora-tive Virtual HOA Academy fall class series with the cities of Avondale, Chandler, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, … more
More than half of the $500,000 set aside by the Town of Queen Creek for a small-business grant program to offset the costs of safety measures due to COVID-19 concerns is still available. “To … more
A total of 975 Queen Creek and 169 San Tan Valley businesses received federal Paycheck Protection Program loans by July, documents show, ranging from $474 up to, potentially, $2 million. Those in … more
Discussion on reopening and extending a business-sustainability program to assist unincorporated Pinal County businesses struggling with the effects of COVID-19 is a topic of the Aug. 12 meeting of … more
Arizona-based Hownd, a foot traffic generation platform for local brick-and-mortar businesses, has created a partnership with the Town of Queen Creek and its Chamber of Commerce. more
Since the onset of COVID-19 concerns, no one has been having large outdoor and indoor weddings, with venues at a standstill. That’s starting to change, with businesses gearing up for the fall … 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
Arizona's monsoon can bring high winds, walls of dust, torrential rain, flooding and lightning, which can suddenly affect Salt River Project's electric system and its customers. An unexpected … more
To get an idea of how fast scams are developing around the coronavirus, just ask Katie Conner, a spokeswoman for Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “It seems like every day ... a new … more
Home prices went up across the nation during the first quarter of 2020 including in the Valley and Peoria, according to a recent report by the National Association of Realtors®. However, this statistic isn’t necessarily a good measure of the climate created by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, which came to the forefront halfway through the quarter, experts say. more
Looking for something fun to do this summer? The Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce is seeking high-school interns who have an interest in journalism, film or video production. The internship would … more
Over the years, consumers have warmed up to buying certain products online, when before they would choose to buy them at a brick and mortar shop. Shoes, clothes, home furnishings and even groceries — especially now that COVID-19 has led to social distancing restrictions — these are items that many consumers now unflinchingly buy online. more
When Monte Nevitt’s family moved to Queen Creek in 1959, they bought some land and planted cotton. But today, the town looks much different than it did back then. Queen Creek was once … more
The East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance forwarded a memo to Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey April 24 in response to his request for the business community to provide suggestions on guidelines of what … more
As COVID-19 continues to impact multiple industries and create record-high unemployment throughout the nation, Pinal County has launched "Pinal Works," a one-stop-shop resource library for businesses … more
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