President Joe Biden made good on a campaign promise within hours of his swearing-in this week, ordering a pause in construction of the border wall and a plan for how to redirect wall funding. Opponents of the wall called the executive order “a huge win.” But they also said it is not the end of
Against a backdrop of growing community opposition to the county government’s plan to build a new jail in Prescott, the Citizens Tax Committee (CTC) will hold their annual meeting Wednesday, November 25th, at the Adult Center of Prescott, starting at 1 pm. The meeting is open to the public and will include a presentation on the status of
Two real estate industry-leading local businesses, Mosaic and Mandalay Homes, have entered a strategic agreement to build 400 homes over the next 24 months in Phoenix, Prescott and Flagstaff. In a region where housing supply is decreasing, and pricing is rapidly increasing, Mosaic and Mandalay will address demand by applying technology solutions to home building.
It’s the end of the line for the roundabouts at the Interstate 17 interchange at Happy Valley Road in north Phoenix. The Arizona Department of Transportation is replacing the roundabouts starting this weekend (Aug. 7-10) as part of an ongoing project to add the state’s first full diverging diamond interchange. The Happy Valley Road roundabouts
Conservationists expressed anger and frustration over the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision not to hear an appeal to stop construction of the southern border wall. But they’re moving ahead on other legal fronts while monitoring construction as it chews through land marked by towering saguaros and home to the endangered jaguar. “It’s upsetting that they’re