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Arizona farmers will almost certainly have to operate with less water next year, as state and federal water officials project an historic shortage of the Colorado River’s water supply in … more
Phoenix City Council is beginning discussions of how to spend $416 million in coronavirus relief funds it will receive as a result of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan that Congress approved in … more
Don’t count on restaurant customers being required to show proof of vaccination any time soon. Steve Chucri, president and CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association, said he “doesn’t expect” and “hasn’t heard of” any Valley restaurant owners requiring vaccine passports in order to get service. more
A Taiwanese semiconductor company announced the hiring of 250 employees who will build computer chips at its Phoenix manufacturing facility.Last year, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. announced … more
A controversial development issue near Anthem will land on the desks of the Phoenix Planning Commission after an appeal was filed on the matter. The April 28 appeal, filed by Richard Zimmerman of New … more
A controversial development issue near Anthem will land on the desks of the Phoenix Planning Commission after an appeal was filed on the matter. The April 28 appeal, filed by Richard Zimmerman of New … more
Looking for a bit of outdoor fun this weekend? Anthem Days might be your answer. Officials at the master-planned community are hosting the family-friendly event at the Community Park, 41703 N. Gavilan … more
Phoenix led over 20 U.S. cities in home price growth in February, according to a new report from S&P Dow Jones Indices. more
Bring your lawn chairs and sandals — music in Anthem is back.In May, residents can see concerts every Friday starting on May 7. The free concerts will be held at the amphitheater at Anthem … more
After pausing construction last year because of the pandemic, W.L. Gore is ready to ease back into the expansion of its biomedical manufacturing campus near Interstate 17 and Loop 303 in north … more
Experts say the announcement of a Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturing company coming to the Valley will trigger new growth in north Phoenix. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. announced plans it would build a new facility in north Phoenix and small and medium industry-related businesses should benefit, experts said. more
Two proposed developments near Anthem could soon be an agenda item in front of the Phoenix City Council. The developments, both adjacent to Anthem, have been highly-contested by some leaders of the … more
As the lingering days of spring and summer approach, county officials are enlisting residents in an effort to combat the rise of harmful pollutants, particularly ozone — which can be especially … more
Phoenix’s two newest City Council members were sworn in Monday during a ceremony at Steele Indian School Park. In her first official addresses as a member of council, Ann O’Brien … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey has vetoed what would have been the most restrictive measure in the nation on what can be taught about gays and gender identification as well as barring any form of … more
Later this month, Anthem resident Phillip Rousu is getting some new wheels this month as part of the Military Warriors Support Foundation and a local auto dealer. Mr. Rousu, a purple heart metal recipient, will receive a free 2020 Ford Edge April 21 courtesy of Mesa’s Larry H. Miller Ford. more
Some Anthem officials oppose two different developments that would go up near the master-planned community.According to the Anthem Community Council website, increased traffic and limited access for … more
In 2022, some Valley students will get to take advantage of two new campuses for different charter schools in Anthem and Buckeye. more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers quashed the last remaining measure to rein in short-term vacation rentals Thursday concluding that it did so little as to not be worth the effort. Senate Bill 1379 … more
A local real estate company announced the $110 million sale of a prominent commercial building April 1 along the Interstate 17 corridor in north Phoenix. The CBRE Group announced the owner of the … more
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