A couple looking to open a bed and breakfast at their home off the Payson Golf Course drew concerns from neighbors who worry it will ruin the peaceful, quiet neighborhood.
Dunkin’ Donuts opens to large, enthusiastic crowds
For sweets lovers, it was a moment that could not come soon enough. The doors to Dunkin’ Donuts opened Wednesday and the smell of glazed delight wafted out.
The Simons family of Lawrence, Kansas, owners of WorldWest Limited Liability Company, which owns the Payson Roundup, has reached an agreement to sell the newspaper to White Mountain Publishing LLC, a division of Kramer Publications based in Show Low.
Responding to abuse of the program, Waste Management recently shut down its recycling program near the Payson Airport.
Dunkin’ Donuts, 5 Guys on track
Despite the pictures of donuts going up in the windows, the Payson rumor mill ran rampant last week — buzzing with claims that the new Dunkin’ Donuts was not opening.
Now accepting SNAP, WIC and Senior FMNP programs
The Payson Farmers Market helps more people who use food safety nets than any other Farmers Market in Arizona.
Gerardo’s Italian grill expands, but says he’s not leaving Payson
Gerardo Moceri says he can’t escape the rumor that he’s leaving Payson.
Penny Navis-Schmidt, a longtime counselor for Rim residents, has expanded her practice in the historic Hilligas House (see history of the building below), 700 W. Main St., and now shares the space with Dale Bellisfield and Lori Martinez.
Antique store strives to create an experience
Step inside Granny’s in Payson and you are on the overflowing edge of a cornucopia of wonderful collectibles.
Residents lined up waiting for Pine’s Old County Inn to open
It hadn’t even opened yet, but last week car after car stopped at the Old County Inn in Pine, hoping the restaurant had opened.
After 51 years in business, Payson Concrete and Materials, Inc. remains pretty much the same.
Arizona McDonald’s “McCafé School Gardens Grow!,” a coffee grounds recycling initiative is helping teach Arizona students about the importance of recycling and reuse. McDonald’s restaurants are partnering with schools statewide to recycle their used coffee grounds and help school gardens grow.
The Swiss Village shopping center is filled with unique-smelling shops — from the wax for the hand-dipped candles at the Payson Candle Factory to the chocolate at the Fudge Shop. But the sweetest smell of all now wafts from the the Vintage Roost.
You can’t find everything in a small town like Payson.
It’s got a new home and a new color scheme, but more importantly, inside the fry bread at Jeri J’s has not changed.