Surprise is tying up some loose ends with its partners on the new Heritage Senior housing project in the Original Town Site.
The extension of Prop. 400, now known as Prop. 479 is becoming critical to Surprise’s future.
With only one real way in and out to Grand Avenue from 163rd Avenue, and one entrance and exit to the east toward Peoria on Happy Valley Road, north Surprise residents are frustrated about the traffic situation there.
The wave of the future is now here for the Surprise Library System, which is nearing its first year from the first phase of its transition from the Maricopa County library system.
A new college-level learning option is coming to Surprise residents aged 50 and over when the new year starts.
Four Surprise community projects were awarded money from the Surprise Neighborhood Grant Program earlier this month.
The latest target on the Surprise retail survey list: Swedish furniture and home goods giant IKEA.
Surprise voters appear poised to pass two bond questions in a special election Tuesday night, giving the city $100 million in projects with which to work over the next few years.
People who want to view Surprise police body camera footage will now have to pay to do so in most cases.
When Nancy Brookman’s husband died seven years ago, the 80-year-old Sun City resident received one recommendation from her doctor: Get out of the house and socialize.
More townhomes are in the works for Bell Road and Sarival Avenue in Surprise.
If there was anything positive about the COVID-19 pandemic, giving people time to explore some hidden talents while cooped up was certainly one of them.