After just a few years in business, the Payson Airport Shuttle has expanded from one van and a few trips to the Valley each week to three vans and four trips a day.
The Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce hired Chris Bertone as the new membership manager.
Relocation plans include expanded inventory, services
Contrary to the rumors, Computer Guys are not only staying in town, they’re getting better.
What started with mattress sales has expanded to furniture and bedding.
Payson Town officials say to look for big changes at the Bashas’ shopping center ...
The Payson Tractor Supply Co. store will host activities for families and their pets, including pet adoptions, Saturday, Sept. 19 as part of Pet Appreciation Week. Held Sept. 16-20, Pet Appreciation Week or P.A.W. is Tractor Supply’s annual event to celebrate pet owners and their furry friends.
Realtors around the U.S. and in Rim Country report the housing slump has ended; yet a survey administered by Berkshire-Hathaway HomeServices shows a low supply of houses and sellers unwilling to list their properties.
In an effort to enhance the shopping experience for customers and complement its training program for team members, Bashas’ Family of Stores has equipped all of its store directors with iPads, and teamed up with the Ibotta app and The Like Machine.
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.