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Arizona Chamber leader pushes for initiative reform

Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO and President Glenn Hamer recently released comments on why Arizona should push for initiative reform across the state to better serve its citizens..

Mayor to attend open house to support science education

Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation is holding an open house from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday to discuss the future of Arizona’s science and students.

Coal-fired plant's owners weigh options for its future

Owners of an Arizona coal plant recently voted on the future of the Navajo Generation Station's operation. 

United Way to co-host Early Education Breakfast

The United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona's Business Leaders are co-hosting their 12th educational breakfast on March 16 to honor a third-grade educator who has excelled in teaching students how to read.

Small business group applauds dismissal of 1,100 ADA lawsuits

The Arizona Small Business Association released a press release this week applauding the dismissal of 1,100 lawsuits against Arizona businesses in regards to their parking accessibility.

Avnet to deliver Lenovo training path

Avnet Technology Solutions recently expanded its offerings to include training courses for Lenovo and Flex technologies as well.

SiteLock seeks marketing coordinator

SiteLock has a full-time marketing opening in its Scottsdale location. 

Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festival is 'a collector's paradise'

This month, the Carefree/Cave Creek Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 22nd annual Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festival

Flake marks 'Earth, Wind and Fire Week' at U.S. Capitol

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) is helping oversee "Earth, Wind and Fire Week" at the U.S. Capitol, where he recently welcomed visiting leaders and voiced support for the passage of bills in these sectors.

#MemberMondays put Arizona small businesses in spotlight

The Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA) is hosting an online feature called #MemberMondays that highlights ASBA members. 

Villafane to craft second sculpture from Salt River sand

World-renowned American sculptor, Ray Villafane, will visit the town of Carefree a second time to design and sculpt a public art display made out of sand from the Salt River in Arizona.

HomeSmart seeks marketing content coordinator in Scottsdale

Arizona real estate franchise HomeSmart has a full-time position open in the marketing department of its Scottsdale location.

Phoenix Heart seeks marketing coordinator in Glendale

Phoenix Heart PLLC of Arizona is seeking an individual to fill their full-time Marketing Coordinator/Community Relations Coordinator position in the Glendale location.

Robles Ranch Community Center holding open house

Robles Ranch Community Center in Pima County is proud to host a Spring Community Celebration and Open House Tuesday, March 14, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Arizona of Association Realtors offers tips for dealing with Canadian buyers

Last year, the National Association of Realtors ranked Arizona as the fourth most popular state to invest in its "2016 Profile of International Activity in U.S Residential Real Estate," and a blog post on the Arizona of Association Realtors website said 58 percent of the buyers were from Canada and Mexico.

Pima County launches text notification system for court matters

Pima County said the Consolidated Justice Court has recently launched a new phone notification system to alert court attendees. 

Pima County honors biking enthusiast's volunteer efforts

Pima County recently honored Green Valley resident Bill Adamson for his volunteer efforts in the community with the Chuck Catino Community Leadership Award. 

Mesa-based BestCompaniesAZ names state's top 100 firms

This fall, Mesa-based BestCompaniesAZ will showcase the state's top companies in their 15th anniversary print edition of "100 Best Arizona Companies."

Arizona Corporation Commission workshop discusses funding to connect rural school to the internet

The Arizona Corporation Commission recently held a public workshop to discuss possible changes to the Arizona Universal Service Fund (AUSF) to finance a program to connect rural schools to the internet.

Pima County ready to roll on Walk ‘n’ Roll to School Day

The Pima County Department of Environmental Quality and Bicycle and Pedestrian Program are expecting more than 50 surrounding schools to participate in the annual Walk 'n' Roll to School scheduled for April 7.

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