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After a makeover of Sapori D’Italia in 2012, “Restaurant Impossible” host Robert Irvine and his video crew returned to the restaurant June 19 to film another show.

Two business advisors, Lynn Whitman and Mike Tyler, provided Chamber of Commerce members with four main suggestions to keep their businesses operating through a long, hot summer.

LeeAnn Torkelson, SRP senior engineer, Telecom, and a town resident, becomes the new chair of the Chamber of Commerce on July 1, the start of a new fiscal year.

The National Home Watch Association has announced the addition of Diane Santiago, of Desert Home Guardian Services in Fountain Hills, to its advisory board. Santiago joins other top professionals in the home watch industry who help create a strategic vision, set policies, procedures and goal…

Scottsdale Community College cannot market itself in the future as it has in the past, interim President Christina (Chris) M. Haines told Chamber of Commerce members at the June 11 quarterly breakfast meeting.

Hearing English spoken with a heavy French accent catches your ear upon entering Desert Dawg Auto Repair at 9521 Technology Drive.

Frequently when Realtor Erica West talks to senior homeowners about downsizing to an apartment or smaller house, the conversation drifts to discarding furniture and keepsakes they have accumulated over the years.

Aqua-Ashton Hospitality, a Honolulu-based hotel and resort management group and an operating business of Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corp., has added CopperWynd Resort & Club to its portfolio of nearly 40 properties.

Members of Brokers Alliance, Inc. and Acrylic Financial, Inc. have announced their acquisition of an equity interest in Brooklight Place Securities, Inc., (BPSI), a registered securities broker-dealer.

Although the new owner of Creative Child Care, Sarah Alexander, retained the name after she acquired the business in February, she wants prospective clients to know about the changes that she has already instituted or plans in the near future.

Fiscal management of at least a $500,000 annual budget, visioning/planning and business advocacy are qualifications that the Chamber of Commerce board of directors seeks in its next CEO/President.

Graham F. Quayle, a chef with 25 years of culinary restaurant experience and three years as a culinary instructor, is the new executive chef at We-Ko-Pa Resort.

Since A to Z Reruns opened a year ago this month, owners Sharon and Dean Warner have been tweaking their inventory to fit customers’ wants.

McDonald’s at 16936 E. Shea Blvd. will celebrate the completion of its remodel and new design on Saturday, May 11, by turning back prices and atmosphere to 1955 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Toll Brothers at Verde River, a community of 35 homes on estate-sized home sites in Rio Verde, was one of eight Toll projects to receive recognition in the annual MAME (Major Achievement in Merchandising Excellence) competition.