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• An assisted-living center for veterans is opening in Yuma on Tuesday. A former Clarion Suites hotel underwent more than $12 million in renovations. The 151-unit center can handle more than 200 veterans and their spouses with daily living assistance needs.
• A new restaurant has fired up the grill in the Phoenix area. Flourish, located at the CopperWynd Resort in Fountain Hills, opened over the weekend. The menu features a farm-fresh approach for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
• The New York-based marketing agency Fingerpaint will expand its Scottsdale operations to handle its continued growth. The agency plans to double its staff. Construction at the 69th Street and Camelback Rod site is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
- President Donald Trump to visit Yuma on Tuesday
- Scottsdale schools keeping kids inside to protect eyes during solar eclipse
- Trump signs bill expanding college assistance for veterans
- WalletHub study: Scottsdale ranks as fourth-best city to retire in
- Main Street Minute: Arizona Make-A-Wish receives generous donation