Moving up from seventh place last year, Buckeye is among the top 15 fastest-growing cities in the U.S. with a population of over 50,000.
Fry’s property on the southeast corner of Grant and Alvernon, was placed on the market shortly after the store closed.
The $6.4 million project cost is expected to be completed in October.
Vantage West Credit Union, southern Arizona’s largest credit union, has announced the winners of its Thrive Tucson Business Spotlight contest via a “yellow carpet” event at the Roadhouse Cinemas.
The revised Cochise court filing fees will result to an increase of six percent in costs.
Smoke can create an unhealthy impact on residents, and the current hot and dry conditions can hinder smoke dispersion.
Surprise Finance Director Lindsey Duncan recently presented the City Council and city manager with a recommended $387.8 million budget for 2019.
In its regular meeting April 24, the Cochise County Board of Supervisors approved the continuation of an existing agreement with the Arizona Department of Health Services that monitors disease-carrying mosquitoes.
Kevin Sullivan, senior vice president of Business Attraction at the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA), was the guest speaker at the recent Economic Development Insider Series hosted by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.
The Buckeye Youth Council placed second in the recent DemocraSeed Final Showcase.
Cochise County's regional economy is bouncing back after facing years of recession and income streams are ahead of predicted estimates.
The i.d.e.a Museum in Mesa is hosting the “Artful Play! Games & Toys” exhibition June 15 through Sept. 9.
The City of Surprise was recently ranked the sixth healthiest employer among mid-size companies in the valley by the Phoenix Business Journal.
Residents of Buckeye are invited to public meetings to review the city’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2018-2019.