Arizona restaurants can now apply for additional funding after Gov. Ducey says more money was added to the program that allows businesses to purchase outdoor dining furniture.
Farms are planting about 5% to 15% less to prevent food waste after lost sales in 2020.
With health being at top of mind for most during the pandemic, a woman created reusable grocery cart liners to keep your food and items clean.
A Phoenix bakery might still not be here if it wasn't for the Payroll Protection Program. They say they're grateful and hope they'll qualify for the second round of payments.
The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department relaunched the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, loan portal Monday.
Arizona restaurants are being offered a lifeline of financial help as $2 million more has been made available to help them adapt their eateries to fit COVID-19 protocols.
As the pandemic ravaged small businesses financially, a lifeline is being thrown to female business owners in Arizona.
A Persian staple in Phoenix is closing after two decades of business in the Valley after loss of business during the pandemic and raised rent.
"Sure enough, someone came in the property and within five minutes, stole a thousand, two thousand dollars worth of stuff," Ryan Pfutzenreuter said.
"The world was lifted off my shoulders," Kevin Redden, who owns an Arizona cleaners, says after getting financial support from "The Barstool Fund" on Christmas.
After reopening after the pandemic, this cat boutique is looking to expand and find a new home in downtown Phoenix but the owner needs help financially.
As the United States Postal Service experiences delays for several reasons during the holiday season, a Valley family's small business is impacted due to their shipments not being received by the buyers.
Old Town Scottsdale was packed with last-minute shoppers as they checked out local small businesses.
Teaching Toys business owner Marie Liburdi donates to The Bottomless Toy Chest after losing her business to COVID-19
Several hotels, including ones in Arizona, are losing a high volume of business during the pandemic. They're awaiting financial relief from the federal government as they lay off hundreds of employees.
By way of offering discounts, establishments will accept coupons to purchase beers part of the Arizona Craft Brewers Guild, as they struggle to maintain pre-pandemic business.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has already forced more than 110,000 restaurants out of business this year, a new report from the National Restaurant Association suggests time is running out for thousands more.
Despite options to expand outdoor dining, Valley restaurants are still not maintaining the business they once had before the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York has suspended hundreds of liquor licenses and filed nearly 2,000 charges for violations of coronavirus-related emergency rules.
It's located on Osborne Road and 7th Avenue and all are welcome to experience the new pop-up market.