With record-breaking temperatures hitting Arizona this week, it is hard to imagine that there are some school districts where kids are already heading back to the classroom. In the olden days (you know, when I was in school), back to school meant getting a new pair of shoes, a new outfit, a new lunch box and thermos (which I would promptly break within the first week) and of course, new school supplies.
Gwynnie Bee, a women’s size-inclusive rental service, will open a 100,000-square-foot distribution facility located near Buckeye Road and 72nd Avenue in Phoenix on Aug. 20. The facility, automated and with AI technology, will create 150 new jobs over 18 months, including positions as warehouse workers, laundry and cleaning employees and people to help work and run the robots.
The Arizona heat, coupled with the wind and rain that monsoons bring at this time of year, can wreak havoc on the roofs of home and building owners.