People buy and sell homes for many reasons. Perhaps they need to relocate for a job, or maybe they simply want a change of scenery.
A lifetime love of drawing and painting brought Minette Hart-Richardson to embrace her inner artist and host Down the Street Art Gallery.
Rough Cut Motorsports owner takes the plunge
After 18 years of working for the telephone company in Tucson, Ron “Coors” Saunders wanted something different.
Drive up to Debbie and Nollan Blackwell’s Payson Granite and Design store on Aero Drive and swirling multi-colored slabs of granite sit perched up on their ends in the parking lot.
The Sweet Shoppe, 201 W. Main St., suite B, in the Sawmill Crossing, has closed.
Just in time to get your Wrangler jeans and western shirts starched for the August Doin’s rodeo, a family-owned dry cleaning service has opened in the Swiss Village Shops.
During the week of Aug. 18, the Rim Country will see Prudential real estate signs quietly replaced by Berkshire Hathaway signs.
Average worker has less than $12,000 in retirement savings
How much do average U.S. citizens save for retirement?
When the Enterprise Car Rental Company off of the Beeline closed down no one knew where to turn.
Dusty Brockett was tired of the gym scene.
If you have not been in Payson’s RadioShack recently you are in for a few surprises.
Payson has a new fitness choice and it’s taking a page from old-school gyms.
Rim Country Motor Sports in Star Valley will celebrate its grand opening from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1 at its new location, 4208 E. Highway 260.
Town hails new firms, rising sales
Payson’s economic director Bobby Davis was buzzing with excitement last week as he delivered an update to the council on the area’s growth.
From hygienist to dental practice owner, Kristin Wade has made some huge career leaps in the past decade.