PHOENIX — Arizona’s jobless rate remained steady for February in what could be the last such report for a while.
When most people hear the word marketing they think of the traditional mediums – newspaper, TV, radio and direct mail. These channels focused on finding customers by pushing messages out regardless of a consumer having an expressed desire or interest to buy the product or learn more about it.
The coronavirus has really shaken things up in the last few weeks. People are scared. This is evident by the fact that most stores are completely sold out of toilet paper and hand sanitizer, not to mention the stock market has dropped more than 25% in the last few weeks because of the widesp…
Courts and Crime
- Judge says Sky house on Laundry Hill was built legally
- SVPD arrests woman for abusing 21-month-old child
- Accused killer will face trial in August, judge says
- Plea deal made for driver in teen's death
- Cochise County deputies to cite and release offenders who are not public risk
- Cochise County Superior Court issues orders in response to COVID-19
- Authorities looking for mother of slain Douglas toddler
- Contractor Sky sentenced to probation in Bisbee assault case
- Lawsuit against Army, Fort Huachuca over water use moves forward
- 82-year-old man convicted in 2005-2006 child molestation case
- Q&A: New Cochise County court administrator talks about job, COVID-19 precautions at courthouse
- Hereford man, 82, on trial, accused of child molestation from more than a decade ago
- Man found dead in park is identified, police seek information
- Judge balks at attorney's suggestion of lengthy delay of accused killer's trial
- Sierra Vista PD to hold mobile field force training
- Tombstone bar faces temporary closure over potential liquor law violations
- Couple accused of abusing children sever parental rights
- Paternal family of toddler who was beaten to death seeks justice
- No bail for accused child molester, judge rules
- Two arrested on fraud charges
SIERRA VISTA — As restaurants across the state are closing their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, local eateries and establishments prepare for a smaller number of dine-in customers.
SIERRA VISTA — Across the nation people have been panicking and frantically clearing shelves of local grocery stores, making everyday items hard to find.
How is the Roth IRA different from the regular IRA, and how can it change the game in retirement? Many people have heard of a Roth IRA but how is it different from the regular IRA? Let’s get into it.
April 15 is just around the corner and tax season is in full storm. Taxes aren’t many peoples’ favorite topic but they can provide an opportunity to do some good in our local community. Let’s dig into it.
Back in the day, marketing a business wasn’t so complicated – all you needed was a storefront and a sign letting people know when you were open, and you just had to spend money advertising in one place, the Yellow Pages.
Arizona Regional Economic Development Foundation (AREDF) is inviting the community to celebrate the success of the businesses located in their Innovation Center and Business Complex. The celebration will be held on March 17 from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Innovation Center located in the Haymore Pla…
Retirement can be an exciting but scary time. It is often difficult to know if you are ready to retire, but the sooner you start thinking about it, the easier it is to make adjustments if needed. Here are some of the things that you should be thinking about when making this decision.
Herald/Review: The YES Fair is going on this week, held by SSVEC; over the years, have you noticed the quality of the students’ projects improving? And if so, to what do you attribute that?
SIERRA VISTA — Some 245 high-paying Department of Defense-contracted jobs will leave the area in May when the contract on the Northrop Grumman “MQ-5B Hunter” drone — technically known as Unmanned Aircraft System, or UAS — program expires.
The process of getting your home ready to sell can seem overwhelming. Every now and then I see a home that I really want to live in and then I take a serious look at what I would need to do to get my home ready to sell. Even though the task itself seems overwhelming, if you break the process…
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019, also known as the SECURE Act, which originally passed the House in July, was approved by the Senate on Dec.19, 2019, and signed into law on Dec. 20 by President Donald Trump.
SIERRA VISTA — In January 2019, U-Haul moved into the former Kmart building in Sierra Vista. Now when driving past the building on Coronado Drive, there are trucks and pods outside the corporate store.
In the online space, trust comes at a high premium, because it’s so easy to create fictitious identities and present something that’s not real. Data breaches, cyber-attacks, fake accounts and privacy rights issues also have created an environment where the default setting for consumers is to…
It has long been said there are only two things that are certain in life: Death and taxes. Because both these topics show up on the “uncomfortable conversation topics” list, I thought they’d be a great combo.