It’s been a decade in the making, but the Payson Bashas’ finally has a Starbucks.
Region outperforming state with strong gains in construction
Rim Country’s recovering economy continued to outperform the rest of the state in October as evidenced by figures in Payson’s monthly budget tracking report.
Payson Mayor Kenny Evans says it was all a mix up — lawyers making a muddled mess out of plans to rezone the Fox Farm/Rim Ranch.
Fox Farm industrial planners punt
An uncommonly large crowd turned out for Monday afternoon’s Payson Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
Payson waives fee for builder of low-income housing
After months of planning and negotiation, Habitat for Humanity ReStore thrift store officials could finally announce last week that the store is moving.
The chime on the front door of Paper and Metal Scrappers chirped repeatedly Wednesday as customers flooded the small store in the Sawmill Crossing just as the rain fell softly outside.
A local insurance group recently beat out 200 other Arizona agencies, raising $3,500 for the Gracie Lee Haught Children’s Memorial Fund.
Quilting Sisters of Payson, known statewide, was awarded the 2014-15 Shop of the Year by the Friends of the Hall of Fame. This is the third year Quilting Sisters has been nominated for the award.
The Payson Farmers Market in the parking lot of the Sawmill Crossing will have its last session on Sept. 27, after opening every Saturday all summer long.
The Payson Town Council last week moved forward with annexing the Fox Farms property in Granite Dells, this time to a sole protester.
Victoria Farnsworth hopes to fill a niche.
A new business in town just opened Tuesday. Fresh N’ Wild Jerky, also Italian ice and salsa, located at 509 S. Beeline Highway to take advantage of the traffic passing through.
Rue21 plans for shop latest sign business is picking up
A new retailer is coming to Payson this winter, but don’t expect their stylish clothes to keep you warm.
ASU experts report on Valley housing trends
The Phoenix-area housing market is NOT creating another housing bubble to pop anytime soon. The latest monthly report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University shows a lack of enthusiasm from both buyers and sellers.
Shop offers variety of merchandise and chance to shop locally
What once housed records, hippie wear and a distinctive smell is no more with a new tenant in suite B of the Swiss Village Shops.