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Otis Architecture + Interiors, located at 16845 E. Avenue of the Fountains #107, has a new honor under its belt. Karen Otis and her team have been singled out for their work with BUILD’s sixth annual Architecture Awards. Otis Architecture + Interiors received two honors this year including “…

The M. Parlor Salon is officially open for business, welcoming customers to it Park Place location at 16845 E. Avenue of the Fountains, Suite D100.

Owner Glen Roberts has seen a lot of vehicles roll in and out of The Finishing Touch Body Shop over the years and, celebrating its 40th year in town, he doesn’t expect the business to slow down anytime soon.

Allshouse Home Watch Services has earned accreditation from the National Home Watch Association for the second year. The NHWA was formed in 2009 in order to “establish and maintain the highest industry standards for Home Watch and absentee homeowner services throughout the United States and …

With a newly rescheduled date for the 2020 Chamber Gala, the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce has announced the slate of nominees for the 2020 Chamber Gala Awards. Over the past few months the Chamber had open nominations for community members to nominate business professionals for a varie…

Small businesses across the country are feeling the pinch from COVID-19. From those working with skeleton crews to those forced to close through the pandemic, the coronavirus outbreak is going to be tough to recover from in more ways than one.

Most local folks know Desert Dog Offroad Adventures for their hummer and buggy tours, but owners Jay and Michelle Hoff hope customers will drop by more often now that they’ve opened a brand new storefront tailored to outdoor enthusiasts.

Aesthetic Elegance and Wellness owner Ellen Mackay said her local medical spa (medspa) offers a variety of services, including everything from Botox and Dysport to fillers, B12, Myers IV, Kybella and more. The business is located at 16810 E. Avenue of the Fountains, Suite 114, and can be rea…

Fountain Hills banks are taking measures to keep customers and staffs safe during the coronavirus crisis.

Nominations for the 2020 Chamber of Commerce business awards are being accepted. The awards will be presented Friday, April 24, at the Chamber Gala in the Community Center. The theme will be “Kentucky Derby” with semi-formal dress. The event will feature a cocktail hour, entertainment, dinne…

One of Home Watch Neighbor’s mottos is “we take care of your home when you’re not around.” Celebrating its one-year anniversary this month, owner Jeff Stack has spent the past 12 months keeping an eye on homes in and around Fountain Hills.

Fountain Hills’ O’Hair International has announced that stylist Emily (Leah) Recinos has officially joined the team. Recinos has been practicing her craft for many years in the community and wants to let all of her clients know she’s ready to take on appointments at her new location.

Four Peaks Motorsports owner John Nobile has rolled open his bay door at 16628 E. Saguaro Blvd. and is open for business.

Spooner Physical Therapy has added Sarah Christian to the team, who will focus on women’s health, pelvic floor rehabilitation, general orthopedics and movement system impairment.

Chef Mark Consiglio, along with his wife, Angie, have brought authentic Neapolitan pizza, baked in a mobile, custom-built wood-fire oven, to Fountain Hills. Firefly Wood Fired Cuisine will serve a Monday lunch and Thursday dinner near the Avenue of the Fountains in the parking lot between Pa…

When Grammy-nominated pop artist Charlie Puth was in the market to restore his 1966 Lincoln Continental convertible, he first shopped the project around in his own back yard of Los Angeles.

The Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce has realigned and hired new staff in order to meet the ever-changing needs of the local business community.

Palisades Veterinary Hospital, a leading small animal veterinary hospital and boarding facility in the heart of Fountain Hills, marks the end of another successful holiday donation drive with the presentation of gifts collected for the Four Peaks Animal Rescue in North Scottsdale. Four Peaks…

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…

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.”

Former Mayor Sharon Morgan said she may return to work part-time at the Chamber of Commerce after a recent major health diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

The Scottsdale Area Association of Realtors (SAAR) has launched a new program aimed at empowering adults over 50 who want more secure and friendly environments.

Fountain View Village has opened an adult day care program, Embrace, designed for individuals with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other forms of memory loss.

Roxanne and Hank Boryczki, owners of AZ Trails Travel, were recently honored with the Ensemble Travel Group 2019 “Above & Beyond” Award for the Western U.S.

Target in Four Peaks Plaza will be open from 5 p.m. Thursday, Thanksgiving, Nov. 28, to 1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 29.

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.

The Four Peaks chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently honored resident and Realtor Jay Schlum.