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APS honors six employees for community service

APS recently honored six full-time employees who have demonstrated dedication to their communities through volunteer efforts.

Senate passes two McCain-sponsored measures to protect Native Americans

The U.S. Senate has passed two measures sponsored by Sen. John McCain (R-AZ): one to crack down on the illegal trafficking of Native American artifacts and the other to complete construction of the Miner Flat Dam for the White Mountain Apache tribe.

Greater Phoenix Chamber names new board chairman, 17 new members

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) has selected a new board chairman and added 17 new members to its board of directors.

ADEQ accepting grant applications for water-quality improvement

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) is accepting applications for $900,000 in competitive grants to fund projects that help improve water quality and reduce some forms of pollution.

Austin Electric trains, hires refugees through special program

Austin Electric Services has hired and trained 150 refugees from Cuba, Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.

Salt River Project, EVgo provide five new electric vehicle charging stations

Salt River Project (SRP) has teamed up with EVgo to place five fast-charging EVgo Stations for electric vehicles in SRP’s service territory.

Salt River Project hosts unveiling celebration for The Grand at Papago Park Center

The Grand at Papago Park Center, the last parcel awaiting development in one of Arizona's largest business parks, was unveiled this week at an opening celebration hosted by Salt River Project.

Arizona Public Service joins Energy Imbalance Market to save customers money

Arizona Public Service (APS) said it is taking part in the western regional Energy Imbalance Market (EIM), which will save its customers money.

Arizona Technology Council has a new chief operations officer

The Arizona Technology Council (ATC) said Monday that Vice President of Operations and Events Leigh Goldstein is being promoted to chief operations officer and vice president of programs and events.

Greater Phoenix Chamber, Cox Communications hosting Economic Outlook 2017

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce and Cox Communications are presenting Economic Outlook 2017 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Oct. 11 at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.

WellCare Health Plans to acquire Care1st Arizona

WellCare Health Plans Inc. has entered into an agreement with Care1st Health Plan to acquire its subsidiaries Care1st Health Plan Arizona Inc. and ONECare by Care1st Health Plan of Arizona Inc., known collectively as Care1st Arizona.

Arizona Corporation Commission issues caution about investment schemes

The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) is using the first week of October, Senior Safety Week, to remind residents to be on the lookout for fraudulent investment schemes.

Sovereign Health partners with Argosy University - Phoenix for clinical training

Sovereign Health, a national provider of behavioral health treatment services, has teamed up with Argosy University to provide students in doctoral programs at Argosy' Phoenix campus with the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience to complete the clinical training needed to graduate and to become practitioners.

Arizona Corporation Commission orders action plan for water company after outage

The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) has ordered a strict action plan for Brooke Water Company LLC after a water outage last month that prompted an investigation of the company.

To reduce parking hassles at Sky Harbor Airport, follow these tips

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce says choosing the perfect parking area at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport can be easy if you remember a few tips.

Arizona Corporation Commission marks first year of online LLC filing option

The Arizona Corporation Commission is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its e-filing service for new businesses that want to form as limited liability companies LLCs.

ADOT tests 'zipper merge' in Buckeye construction zone

An Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) project in the West Valley has been using a 'zipper merge' to reduce delays when narrowing traffic to one lane.

Revamped process means faster reimbursements for fire departments

Gov. Doug Ducey has stated that a recent revamping of the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management’s (ADFFM) billing process enabled faster reimbursements for local fire departments.

Arizona Tech Council president honored for public policy leadership

Arizona Technology Council President and CEO Steven Zylstra has been named the Leader of the Year in Public Policy for technology by the 'Arizona Capitol Times.'

State Route 189 Nogales improvements to begin two years early

A project to improve State Route 189 will begin in 2019, two years ahead of schedule.

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