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Trump promotes PING golf equipment during Made in America Day

President Donald Trump recently highlighted Arizona golf equipment company PING during a day he deemed Made in America Day to celebrate manufacturers in the United States.

Barrio Anita joins inaugural AZCCI team to enhance community creativity

The first AZ Creative Communities Institute (AZCCI), a one-year fellowship offering training and support for integrating creativity into community life, has chosen Tucson’s Barrio Anita and eight other Arizona localities as its participants.

Greater Phoenix Chamber shares importance of reviewing health care data to hold down costs

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce recently shared insights into the health care industry.

Glendale Chamber to host regulatory roundtable

The Glendale Chamber of Commerce will host its Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Roundtable at 1 p.m. Thursday during which business owners can discuss federal oversight challenges they are facing.

Governor appoints Eppich to Arizona Court of Appeals

Pinal County Superior Court Judge Karl Eppich was recently appointed to the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division Two following the retirement of Judge Joseph Howard.

$236,654 awarded to Pima County for homeless veterans

Pima County has been awarded a $236,654 grant from the Department of Labor to help veterans obtain stable employment.

Mesa Chamber to host open house, ribbon cuttings

The Mesa Chamber of Commerce along with two United Way groups and recently moved their headquarters to Mesa Community College's downtown campus.

ADOT redirects traffic for Loop 202 rock blasting

Phoenix-area motorists on Pecos Road and Desert Foothills Parkway can expect short-term traffic restrictions while nearby controlled rock blasting makes way for a new stretch of freeway.

Surprise Fiesta Grande seeks event vendors

The city of Surprise seeks booth applicants for its annual Fiesta Grande, which will feature food, music, dancing, a children's zone and car show.

Maricopa County justice program receives national awards

Maricopa County’s Smart Justice Initiative recently was honored by the National Association of Counties (NACo) for its system that links former inmates with career options to reduce recidivism and to empower them.

Back-to-school events provide free supplies for students

Tucson Electric Power (TEP) will host back-to-school events, including games.

Arizona Education Department enhanced website accessibility

Arizona Department of Education (ADE) recently introduced its new website in conjunction with plans from Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas in its effort to simplify connections among the department, individual schools, educators and the public.

Scheetz joins Avondale as chief information officer

Jeff Scheetz was recently hired by the city of Avondale’s government as chief information officer (CIO) who will oversee the information technology department’s enterprise system strategy.

Tucson Metro Chamber names new board leaders

Tucson Metro Chamber recently named a new chairman and four directors to its board.

U & Improved CEO reframes ‘having it all’ at chamber's Professional Women’s Alliance meeting

Jodi Low of U & Improved told her audience that having it all is possible with the right skills and tools at the recent Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) Professional Women’s Alliance meeting.

Tempe seeks technical code advisory members

Electricians and mechanical contractors are invited to apply for membership on the city of Tempe’s technical code advisory board of appeals, which has two vacancies for positions involving reviewing local building codes.

Red Mountain Group rejuvenates Mesa retail hub

Retail redevelopment specialist Red Mountain Group (RMG) recently completed a $5 million renovation of Mesa’s 130,000-square-foot shopping center at the junction of Main Street and Lindsay Road.

Movement Mortgage contributes to Phoenix Rescue Mission’s heat-relief effort

Movement Mortgage and Movement Foundation have donated hundreds of thousands of bottles of water, as well as a grant, to support Phoenix Rescue Mission’s Code:Red heat-relief program.

Scottsdale offers sandbags to residents during monsoon season

The city of Scottsdale has free sandbags available for residents facing possible flooding from summer monsoon storms.

Florence considering property tax increase

The town of Florence is considering increasing property taxes 1.43 percent, which would bring in over $14,000 for the town coffers.

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