Phoenix’s Cool Pavement Program Hits 100-Mile Mark

​​The Phoenix Street Transportation Department has applied the innovative cool pavement seal coat to 100 miles of city streets. Mayor Kate Gallego, and Vice Mayor and District 7 Councilwoman Yassamin Ansari joined with community members, media and city staff to celebrate the milestone on Tuesday in Estrella. The most recent neighborhood streets to receive the cool seal … [More]

Veterinary Pet-Wellness Franchise Strengthens Presence in Arizona with New 5-Unit Deal

PetWellClinic, one of America's fastest-growing veterinary pet-wellness franchise brands, is excited to announce a new deal to bring 5 locations to Tucson, Arizona. The brand's entrance into the Tucson market comes soon after the state's first PetWellClinic opened in the Phoenix area. The latest deal comes at the hands of Dr. Julia Hennagir and James Beard, an animal-loving, … [More]

Indianapolis Tax Consulting Firm Expand to Phoenix

McGuire Sponsel, a specialty tax consulting firm with clients throughout the United States, announced today an investment in a new firm regional office located in Phoenix, Arizona. Firm leaders say the new office, which is be fully staffed with employees across all four firm practice lines, was a natural fit based on the firm’s growth and an opportunity to be a greater resource … [More]

How to Avoid LinkedIn Scammers and Swindlers

Half of businesses in the US (52%) experienced at least one LinkedIn scam this year, according to the newest research by NordLayer, a network security solution for businesses. The most affected tend to be big companies (65%), requests to connect from an unknown person with a suspicious link in the message is the most popular scam they encounter (47%), and damaged reputation … [More]

Arizona Board of Regents Announces University-Led Statewide Effort to Address Critical Healthcare Workforce Shortages

The Arizona Board of Regents announced a comprehensive, university-led statewide effort to address critical workforce shortages among physicians, nurses and other health care professionals. Currently, it is estimated nearly 3 million Arizonans have limited access to primary care, and more than one in three Arizona hospitals face a critical staffing shortage. AZ Healthy … [More]

ASU to Launch Medical School

The Arizona Board of Regents has asked Arizona State University to expand medical education in Arizona by launching a new medical school, one charged with addressing the significant and growing health care needs of the state. The new ASU School of Medicine and Advanced Medical Engineering will integrate clinical medicine, biomedical science and engineering, … [More]

Phoenix Is the Top Metro for Build-to-Rent Construction

Single-family rentals are booming across the U.S., with 45,000 new homes for rent built in the last 5 years. Out of these, an all-time high of 14,541 new homes were completed in 2022 alone — and this trend isn’t showing signs of slowing down one bit. Our new build-to-rent report maps the construction of build-to-rent communities (BTR) throughout 100 U.S. metros and offers a … [More]

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