By Phil Riske | Senior Reporter/Writer I am one of those routine-oriented people (much to the dismay of my bride, who is spontaneous and adventuresome).
(This week alone has heralded National Cheeseburger Day, Arizona Restaurant Week and National Pepperoni Pizza Day. Stay tuned for National Pancake Day Sept. 26. The
ADI News Services The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will acquire the ET Ranch with the goal of increasing access for hunters, hikers, and backpackers
By Deborah Weinswig | Forbes Young American adults have put off establishing families and setting up households longer than any generation has previously. More and more
By Perry Vandell | The Republic UPDATE: The Surprise City Council appointed Patrick Duffy to the District 3 council seat that John Williams vacated in August.
By Ericka Arrington | Cronkite News West Valley government and business leaders are developing shopping, entertainment and job hubs in a continued effort to keep residents
By Steven Totten | Phoenix Business Journal Summer was a fruitful season for Airbnb in Arizona. The San Francisco-based home-sharing company released some numbers from
By Ethan Millman | Phoenix Business Journal Standing in the middle of a freshly renovated basketball court outside of Neighborhood Ministries in downtown Phoenix Wednesday afternoon, Phoenix
By Wayne Schutsky | East Valley Tribune Amazon started a national bidding war earlier this month when it announced it is in search of a
By Melissa Fittro | Scottsdale Independent Scottsdale City Council has agreed to settle an issue that began several decades ago and involved a handful of properties
By Melissa Fittro | Paradise Valley Independent Town of Paradise Valley officials have been given the proverbial head nod to explore a proposed method to finish under-grounding
By Lauren Marshall | AZBigMedia Arizona’s housing market is getting more competitive leaving those at the lower end of the market struggling to compete, and many
Amerco, General Plan updates scheduled for a public hearing at Sept. 20 town council meeting By Mckayla Hull | Queen Creek Independent The Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission approved
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal A prominent and large empty parcel on Main Street in downtown Mesa has been cleared with existing buildings
By Andrew Nicla | Cronkite News When prosecutors tried to bring criminal charges against backpage.com in connection with alleged sex trafficking, a California judge dismissed