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More Valley sellers pitching homes online

Valley home buyers and sellers are increasingly using online “iBuyer” services, much to the chagrin of local real estate agents. Some of those agents say customers are missing out on a …
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Thunderbirds Charities provide $200K to serve those experiencing homelessness

The Human Services Campus is investing funds from a $200,000 Thunderbirds Charities grant to enhance and expand services critical to ending homelessness for local clients of the outreach …

Fiesta Bowl Parade brings back founders, Cooper to honor 50th year

This year’s Fiesta Bowl Parade just got a bit more hip. Valley Rocker Alice Cooper will serve as the Fiesta Bowl Parade Grand Marshal — the 50th anniversary of the organization coming …

Large associations opt for optional masks

Some northwest Valley communities that operate facilities are recommending face coverings but stopping short of requiring them indoors in the wake of growing coronavirus cases in the …

Vets’ group opens essay contest to Arizona high school students

Honoring America’s Veterans, the nonprofit organization behind the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, has opened entries to its annual High School Essay Competition.
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In The Know: Digital currency, crypto credit cards and the federal tax liabilities

The idea of digital currency, once reserved for the pages of obscure corners of the internet, has gone mainstream with hundreds of thousands of cryptocurrency investors, millionaires and …

A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released [last week] offers more evidence that vaccinating as many eligible people as possible against COVID-19 is a critical part of protecting kids from infection and severe illness.

For the past 15 years, Arizona Restaurant Week has served as an important event for the Arizona Restaurant Association to fulfill its mission of supporting and advocating for the hospitality industry while also presenting the dining community with some incredible dining experiences for amazing prices.

Meet Damone – Smart, helpful young man searches for family of his own

Fifteen-year-old Damone is hard to miss. The high school sophomore is growing like a weed and using his height to hone in his basketball talents.

Meet Gabe – Boy ready to make dreams a reality

At a visit to LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Gabe had the opportunity to build whatever he wanted. So what did he build?

Meet Danny – Social teen ready for permanent family

If you’re looking for Danny, go where the action is, that’s where you’ll find him.
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At the H.E.A.R.T. of horsemanship can be therapeutic education, Phoenix nonprofit finds

Not all the time, but sometimes, people find their passions and it is that knowledge that inexplicably shapes the professional and personal future of those in the clutches of dedication to a …

Taco Tuesday just got a little better in Northwest Phoenix. On Aug. 28, Mesquite Fresh Street Mex, a mexican food eatery, will open its eighth Arizona location along Happy Valley Road. The new …

Impenetrable. Unbreakable. Protected. “The product is what we call a physical pest barrier in the world of pest control, and they call it integrated pest management,” said Tony …
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