COVID-19 Mitigation Measures To Not be Reimposed in Arizona, Governor Says

PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey is doubling down on his refusal to reimpose mitigation measures to help slow the increasing spread of COVID-19. And the state's top health official agrees that mandated protections, ranging from wearing masks to occupancy limits at businesses are not appropriate at this time -- even if the Republican-controlled legislature had not just voted to remove them as options.
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Equity Land Group buys Buckeye parcel for $1.05M, sells it for $3.9M

Equity Land Group, a Phoenix-based land investment and development company, recently closed on its first sale on a property near Yuma Road and Miller Road in Buckeye for $3.9 million. The 19.8-acre property is located near the Miller Commerce Center. The property was purchased by a land developer and investor...
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Job Alert: Companies hiring in and around Phoenix

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Phoenix: 1. MUST HAVE LIFE LICENSE- Licensed Life Insurance Sales Position- Limited Openings; 2. Need CDL-A Flatbed Truck Driver Now, 07/27/2021, Average $61,928/Year; 3. REMOTE Account Executive - $175k (Market Research, SaaS); 4. Contact Center

Gilbert to hold hearing on proposed BTR development

The Town of Gilbert is looking at annexing 14 acres of land near the southeast corner of Recker Road and Warner Road for a planned for-rent, residential development. The Gilbert Town Council will hold a public hearing on annexing the county land into the town’s boundaries and rezoning the parcel for residential and multifamily use.

Phoenix homes on track to break record this week as housing market booms

PHOENIX—Once a poster child for the foreclosure crisis, Phoenix’s housing market is booming again, boosted by robust population growth and relative affordability. Phoenix was a hot market before the pandemic, and it has been a major beneficiary of new remote-work policies, as workers in expensive cities decided to move for cheaper housing.
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Arizona reports 1,475 new COVID-19 cases, 12 additional deaths Tuesday

PHOENIX – Arizona health officials on Tuesday reported 1,475 new COVID-19 cases and 12 additional deaths from the disease. The latest documented totals were 920,084 infections and 18,183 fatalities, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services COVID-19 dashboard. Hospitalizations related to COVID-19 have been on the rise this month,...
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The Ultimate Guide to a Perfect Phoenix Staycation

You deserve a dip in the pool. Staycation season is officially here in the Valley, and if you’re not fleeing the heat, the next best option is enjoying the luxury of a hotel bed, dining at some of the state’s best restaurants, opting for a luxe spa treatment and enjoying the cooling relief of a beautiful, resort-style pool.

Phoenix City Manager Zuercher retiring

Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher has announced his retirement, the City of Phoenix confirmed Monday afternoon. Zuercher plans to end his nearly three decades with the City of Phoenix effective Oct. 8. Zuercher has been Phoenix’s city manager since 2013, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the city for the mayor...