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Although Lakeshore Hotel & Suites has new owners, Fireside Grill, the restaurant on the property, isn’t going anywhere.

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.

Lori Webster, a town resident since 1998, has been named branch manager of HomeSmart Lifestyles, 16626 E. Avenue of the Fountains, suite 204.

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.

Whether considering assisted living facilities, retirement homes, senior living communities or Alzheimer’s care centers, Options for Senior Living is a valuable source to start exploring alternatives.

Fountain Hills Dental Care now provides Invisalign braces, a type of orthodontic treatment that helps to straighten teeth without the use of the typical metal braces.

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.