Arizona has made strides to combat what have been described as onerous burdens on low-income workers, but the state continues to have a poor ranking nationally, according to a senior research fellow at Arizona State University.
Cochise County has launched a project to restore 480 acres of farmland using a “holistic management” framework and will conduct an accredited training program to help support such a practice on county-owned land.
The Coconino County board of supervisors recently weighed in on the controversy over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) repeal by passing a resolution in support of approximately 57,000 DACA-eligible Arizonans.
During the recent Economic Outlook 2018 Forecast event held in Phoenix, economic experts predicted good news for Arizona’s economy, saying state’s economic growth will continue and announcing an expected drop in the state’s unemployment rate.
The Maricopa Arts Council (MAC) will host a poetry evening this month featuring poets of all ages who will share their original poems in an open mic section as well as participate in a “poetry slam” event.
The Coconino County Career Center on Oct. 19 will launch a new job training program designed to link nonstudents and unemployed young people with community businesses and career opportunities and job training.
A Mesa Community College student is the recipient of a $1,500 Robert Greenberg Scholarship awarded by the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) to pursue an education in broadcast engineering and technology.
Barrett Financial Group is offering a variety of new hard money loan programs in the metro Phoenix area, a move driven by continued improvement in the real estate industry and an increased demand for financing, the company says.