Over 100 northern Arizonans gathered recently to hear civic and academic leaders brainstorm business solutions at a Coconino County conference co-hosted by District 5 Supervisor Lena Fowler and the Page Chamber of Commerce.
A trio of Arizona real estate professionals received honors at the recent 2017 Realtor Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo, where Realtors met with government officials about public policy’s effect on residential and commercial consumers.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa will soon house a full-service maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) base with the addition of Constant Aviation, representing an economic enhancement for Arizona with a $12.5 million investment creating 200 jobs.
With British Airways and Air Canada upping the number of travel options at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, area residents and international visitors have a wider array of choices in arrivals and departures.
Mesa-based interior design company Blinds Chalet is offering an enhanced support system for interior designers, contractors and property management professionals with its free upgraded design education program.
Pima County’s board of supervisors recently elected to uphold the 1906 Antiquities Act in response to a review ordered by the President Donald Trump's administration, preserving the region’s Ironwood Forest National Monument.
Arizona should view President Donald Trump's opening of a 90-day consultation before renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as an “opportunity,” United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer recently said.
Coconino County recently partnered with the nonprofit Northern Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authority (NARBHA) Institute to hold a unique justice summit featuring nationwide speakers and panelists in Flagstaff.
With child safety a strong priority, Gov. Doug Ducey’s signoff on Arizona’s 2018 budget will serve to enhance adoption, child safety and foster care throughout the state, protecting at-risk individuals with authorized upgrades.
Forecasting a feasible future for the Navajo Generating Station (NGS), the Phoenix-based Arizona Mining Association (AMA) recently gathered stakeholders, tribal leaders and policy generators to support continued operation.