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‘Joy to All the World’ features holiday music by ProMusica Arizona Chorale, Orchestra

Joy to All the World, ProMusica Arizona’s holiday concert this year, spreads the musicians’ wings by including seasonal music from around the world. A medley of Christmas carols from …

Food truck party comes to Goodyear Ballpark Saturday

ANTHEM NEWS
IGNITE HOPE

‘Ignite hope’ encourages families fighting illnesses or injuries during the holidays

The 8th Annual Ignite Hope, presented by Pizza Hut and 1Wish, returns Saturday, Dec. 14. As Phoenix Children’s Hospital expands its reach across the state Ignite Hope will take place at two …

Short-term rental units sprout up in Phoenix as demand from visitors increases

Phoenix visitors looking for more affordable alternatives to hotels have led landlords to convert their apartment complexes and homes into short-term rentals with companies like Airbnb facilitating …

Food insecurity is at a decade low in Arizona, report says

PHOENIX — Food insecurity — not having regular access to affordable, nutritious food — is a national problem, but it has dropped in Arizona over the past few years and now is at the …

Searching for Alissa Turney: Missing girl’s sister continues to seek answers after 18 years

May 17, 2001 was 12-year-old Phoenix resident Sarah Turney’s last day of school. She spent the afternoon cooling off at a water park with friends to begin the hot Arizona summer. Her …
Traffic Report

Loop 101 widening project affects travel in north Scottsdale

The Arizona Department of Transportation continues its project to widen and improve Arizona Loop 101 from Interstate 17 to Pima Road in Scottsdale.

Phoenix pipeline pursuit threatens mountain preserve lands

A proposed water pipeline alignment planned to run through the Phoenix Mountain Preserve is causing trepidation amongst Phoenix preservationists, as the group of activists seek to halt the project …
Opinion

About peeling back and shedding the layers and layers of our consciously and unconsciously learned behaviors and attitudes that prevent us from experiencing the richness of diversity, tolerance, and acceptance, anti-racism educator and activist Jane Elliott contends that “what we learn, we can unlearn.”

Roughly 40,000 environmental activists recently descended on Lower Manhattan for a global climate strike. Many of the protesters marched with a specific goal in mind.
The Environmental Protection Agency recently revised some rules governing oil-and-gas rig methane emissions...
Neighbors

Black Board of Directors Project to recognize 2 members at MLK event

Black Board of Directors Project --- a 37-year-old advanced leadership organization that empowers its members as ‘Leaders in Building the Greatest-Today’ --- will honor two members with the City of Phoenix Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Living the Dream Award.

Ignite Hope Candlelight Walk raises $453K for PCH

The Eighth Annual Ignite Hope Candlelight Holiday Walk for Phoenix Children’s Hospital, raised a record $453,000 on Saturday, Dec. 14.

Phoenix native Banks serves aboard USS Harry S. Truman

U.S. Navy Chief Logistics Specialist Alejandra Banks, from Phoenix, dutifully serves aboard the USS Harry S. Truman. As recent as Dec. 21, she directed sailors on the flight deck during a …

Young Marines visit Hawaii for Pearl Harbor remembrance and service

Ten members of the North Valley Young Marines joined 19 cohort units from across the United States in Hawaii to participate in the 78th anniversary Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance. In total, 150 …

Veterans Heritage Project announces 2020 ‘Saluting Stories of Service’

Veterans Heritage Project officially announced the Second Annual Saluting Stories of Service. The event honors the veterans who have shared their stories of service with a new generation, …
Business

Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill opened Monday, Dec. 23 at Desert Ridge Marketplace on the southwest side of the north Phoenix property.

Red Kettles offer digital donation capabilities such as Apple Pay and Google Pay now to accommodate America’s move toward a cashless society.
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