Street Count Shows Continued Rise in Homelessness

The number of people experiencing homelessness continues to increase in Maricopa County, although the number of people on the street did decline slightly over the previous count. 2023 Point-in-Time (PIT) Report Numbers released today from the federally mandated, one day “point-in-time” count conducted in January show 9,642 people experiencing homelessness within the … [More]

Governor Announces First-of-Its-Kind Cross-Border Electric Truck Pilot Program

Alongside Governor Durazo, Governor Hobbs announced a first-of-its-kind Cross-Border Electric Trucking Pilot Program that will build businesses, create jobs, and help preserve Arizona’s natural resources and climate. This program will help ensure Arizona is leading the world into the green economy future. “Mexico is the strongest link in Arizona’s supply chain, and as … [More]

EVENT – May 2: ASU Economists to Share What’s in Store for Next Year at Annual Economic Outlook

Although unemployment rates remain at record low, Federal Reserve anti-inflation policies are expected to bring slower growth in the second half of this year, according to Arizona State University economists. Will a dip in the national business cycle affect the Arizona boom in manufacturing job growth? How does declining housing affordability impact the inflow of new … [More]

Dignity Health Global Education Launches New Nurse Residency Program to Help Increase RN Retention by 20% or Higher

Dignity Health Global Education, a leading workforce development solutions provider that exclusively enables healthcare systems and organizations to upskill and retain top talents, today announced a new Nurse Residency program available across 21 U.S. states, developed in partnership with CommonSpirit Health (CSH), to standardize excellence, deliver and measure evidence-based … [More]

A Decade in Residential Construction in Arizona: Metro Phoenix Ranks Fourth in Top 10 Largest Metros with the Most Permits Issued in 2022

The most recent banking troubles, rising inflation, and prohibitive mortgage rates are some of the issues affecting the housing market at the moment. And the latest data supports the fact that the market is losing momentum: While the number of completed units has increased every year since 2012, permits and housing starts are dropping nationwide. Arizona follows the trend, with … [More]

Communications Co. Invests Over $10M in Infrastructure as It Prepares for Future Growth within the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

Saddleback Communications, a provider of highly reliable fiber-based internet, voice and cloud communications services, is investing millions in new infrastructure on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) to continue to provide exceptional reliability and next-generation services. The company recently announced its plan to invest more than $10 million over … [More]

Nonprofit Advisory Services Practice Launches in Arizona Market

FORVIS, a professional services firm providing assurance, tax, and advisory services, has expanded its nonprofit advisory services practice to the Arizona market with the addition of Pete Finley. Finley has more than 25 years of experience in tax, audit, and nonprofit executive leadership. Prior to joining the firm, Finley worked as chief operating officer for Make-A-Wish … [More]

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