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Arizona Department of Revenue specialists have assisted more than 31,000 taxpayers through live chat since the department debuted the service Aug. 1, 2019, on its AZDOR.gov andAZTaxes.gov websites. more
Starting July 27, Buckeye’s Economic Development Department opened the application process for their its Catalyst Program. more
Five Phoenix-metro high school students have started their Bank of America paid summer internship experience of leadership, civic engagement and workforce skills-building with local nonprofit Boys … more
A new 1.3-million square foot distribution center to bring upwards of 500 local jobs and an investment of more than $75 million in the community is officially coming to Buckeye. more
Banner Health and Cerner Corporation, a global health care technology company, have expanded their relationship to implement an end-to-end, comprehensive suite of revenue cycle management solutions, … more
A 1.3-million square foot warehouse with up to 300 full-time employees is coming to Buckeye, and perhaps a companion retail store as well. more
Small businesses and nonprofits experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be able to get some relief, thanks to Maricopa County grant program that opens this week. more
The Salvation Army has been selected as July’s “Charity of the Month” by Bashas’ Family of Stores in support of the Army’s Emergency Disaster Services. When customers … more
Opening the Celestial Float Center in Litchfield Park is a dream come true for its owner, Amanda Hawkins. Ms. Hawkins said she began her holistic wellness journey in 2012 after a failed back … more
Given the growing concerns around COVID-19, the 2020 Biz to Biz Expo has been cancelled. more
A commercial sale in Buckeye continues that community’s active market trends. Walgreens, a 14,820-square foot property located at 23477 W. Yuma Road, sold for $5.5 million, commercial real … more
Litchfield Park is asking local business owners to tell the city how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their businesses via a survey posted on the city’s website and Facebook … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down many things for Arizonans, but distribution of tax revenues isn’t one of them. As of May, the Arizona Department of Revenue had collected and … more
Phoenix Suns Charities enlisted the help of six local artists to collaborate on a special T-shirt design that benefits Local First Arizona, a nonprofit that champions locally owned Arizona businesses. more
Ford Motor Company Fund and Metro Phoenix-area Ford dealers have teamed with The Salvation Army to launch the eighth annual “Fill an F-150 Water Drive” through July 5. more
Dutch Bros, the popular drive-thru coffee company with locations throughout the Valley, announced Tuesday, June 16 that an employee of its store at 14160 W. Indian School Road in Goodyear has tested … more
The Arizona Department of Revenue is reminding taxpayers they have until Wednesday, July 15 to file tax year 2019 individual income tax returns. The department moved the deadline for filing and … more
Employees and first responders at Abrazo Health locations across the Valley are being treated to free meals from local food trucks this week, courtesy of Goodyear-based beverage packaging … more
Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce continues to assist and connect the local business community with virtual meetings and events. Upcoming events include: Networking at Noon on Zoom: … more
Two Litchfield Park residents were contenders in the fifth annual Bashas’ Supermarkets Donut Craze Flavor Contest. Amy Bartlett’s Raspberry Lemon Delight, a vanilla cake donut with … more
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