Main Street Minute: West Valley park closes out free concert series
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• Goodyear Community Park will wrap up its free fall concert series Saturday. Painted Soul will take the stage at 7 p.m. at the park near Litchfield and Indian School roads.
• Brush up your resumes — there are lots of job openings in the Valley. Amazon is hiring for more than two-dozen vacancies; The Arizona Department of Economic Security has more than 100 openings for case managers and administrative services and other positions; and Dignity Health has more than 2,000 openings, including physical therapists, research technicians, physicians and nurses.
• A Scottsdale-based real estate investment firm continues to expand its national presence. The Phoenix Business Journal reports Healthcare Trust of America has shelled out $30 million for a seven-story office building in Durham, North Carolina.
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- Phoenix leaders, police union chief disagree on staffing situation
- Why wasn’t Arizona chosen for Amazon’s second headquarters?
- Amazon passes over Arizona cities for second headquarters site
- Main Street Minute: Moms’ support service moves to Gilbert