According to Patricia Pines, there is a strong connection between oral and physical health.
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Omar Alarcon believes that the future of everyday living is “smart.” That’s why he and his wife, Elizabeth, opened A’s Smart Home Solutions. Their goal is to make smart home living a seamless transition, with a personalized touch that partners each customer with the technology that best fits…
Janie Dalrymple, of Dalrymple and Associates, is ready to serve Fountain Hills as an independent patient advocate, elder care consultant and end-of-life doula.
The Park Place retail space is starting to fill out, with Otis Architecture and Interiors being the latest business to set up shop on Avenue of the Fountains.
Afterglow Medical Aesthetics has opened its doors in Fountain Hills, offering non-invasive and minimally-invasive treatments for cosmetic appearance and signs of aging.
Laura Barrett is in the business of healing. She’s not a doctor, though. Instead, she relies on the art of massage to ensure her clients are relaxed, comforted and, in the long run, living healthier lives.
Fountain Hills resident and former pilot Beth Ruggiero-York has spent a lot of time with her head in the clouds. She shares many of those experiences in her new book, “Flying Alone: A Memoir.”
When Pearl (Cora) McDonald was a child in the 1980s on the family Cave Creek ranch, she would share a can of pasta daily with “Red,” her 600-pound pet Duroc pig.
“What are you doing to prepare for tomorrow?” is a question that Karen Weaver and Josh Logan ask potential clients of Guardian Training & Consulting.
A Place to Heal Wellness Center, 16626 E. Avenue of the Fountains, suite 201, has added a yoga teacher, Nicki Pickett, and esthetician, Karen Janoska, to its team of wellness practitioners.
The Arizona Retailers Association (ARA) honored 17 recipients of the ARA Retailer of the Year Award at the 2019 ARA Annual Awards Luncheon on Oct. 18, with Señor Taco’s Juan and Erika Gonzalez named as recipients.
The Noon Kiwanis Club will conduct a “Nice Things” rummage sale Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1-2, to conclude its “Tidy Up” fundraising project.
Dr. Dana Weinreich’s emphasis on patient comfort and keeping up-to-date with the latest advancements in dentistry has been the underlying factors in the success of his practice for 20 years.
The town and a few partners will host a small business workshop from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the local East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) campus, 14605 N. Del Cambre Ave.
Nearly 60 businesses, clubs, churchs and service organizations have registered to participate in the Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, in the Community Center.
For all the admirers of the FireRock Country Club property frequently referred to as the “House on the Hill” or “Casa de Cielo” (Home in the Heavens), the mansion could now be yours.
The idea of a physician making a home visit to a patient is being resurrected by doctors such as Dr. Paresh Goel, an internist who founded Desert Mobile Medical PLC in 2018.
Dr. Jyoti Patel, former owner of Fountain Hills Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, will open a new medical clinic Oct. 1 at 11648 E. Shea Blvd., suite 225, in Scottsdale.
The Fountain Hills office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage will partner with Rescue Pals and Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry for the national “Homes for Dogs” adoption and donation drive weekend from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 28.
Economic development will be the theme for the next Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting at 7:30 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 19, at the Golf Club at Eagle Mountain.
Long-time friends Justin Steuber and Danny Fifield are convinced they’ve mastered the art of cleaning out contents of a house and preparing the property for sale.
Brothers Mark and Chris Derksen have opened a new electrical company, Dirk Brothers Electric, naming the firm after their great-great-grandfather from Holland, Dirk Derksen, and great-grandfather, Dirk Derksen Jr.