By Monica Vendituoli | Denver Business Journal Slack Technologies will open a new Denver office this year, but it’s unclear if it will house the second headquarters
Following California’s new mandate requiring solar-powered systems for residential construction, Blaine Brownell highlights technologies likely to get a bump. By Blaine Brownell | Builder This article
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By Russ Wiles | The Republic Millions of Americans own rental homes. Some people got into this business by purchasing houses or condominiums specifically for this purpose, while others converted
By Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch They say image is everything, and local governments are spending lots of money on their carefully crafted public
By Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch A new video promoting Pinal County as a tourist destination and an attractive place to live was unveiled
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By Catherine Reagor | The Republic Metro Phoenix has its share of famous residents who buy one of the area’s million-dollar homes. Some, like rockers Alice Cooper
Indianz.com In a rare win for Indian Country, the nation’s highest court has sided with tribal interests in a closely watched sovereign immunity case. By
Peoria talked up preservation as it identified historic properties in old town 20 years ago, but in the recent years the city pushed to tear them down.
By Melissa Fittro | Paradise Valley Independent After more than an hour of discussion on a proposed safety section to the hillside code, Paradise Valley Town
Queen Creek Independent Voters approved the Queen Creek General Plan update Tuesday, May 15, with 84 percent voting in favor and 16 percent opposing. The
Bethany Blundell | Casa Grande Dispatch Dignitaries from across Pinal County filled Elements Event Center Thursday evening for the first ever State of the County
By Michelle Chance | InMaricopa The Maricopa Chamber of Commerce hosted its first State of the County address Thursday evening. Former city Mayor and current
AZBigMedia To continue to foster the hotbed of innovation and economic development happening in the city’s center, Phoenix has launched PHX Core —its innovation district.