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The city of Scottsdale has approved a COVID-19 safety plan for San Francisco Giants spring training baseball at Scottsdale Stadium. The plan limits ticket sales to less than 10% of stadium … more
The Mesa City Council recently approved a non-discrimination ordinance prohibiting discrimination in employment, housing and places of public accommodation based on race, color, ethnicity, national … more
With curbside recycling on pause for about 80% of Surprise residents, Gus Pedroza is now their link between what gets recycled in the city and likely what doesn’t. more
As of March 1, more than 72,500 Scottsdale residents — or 29% of the population — have received the COVID-19 vaccination as the virus declines in recent weeks. Arizona Department of … more
The Superstition Fire and Medical District paid out more than $100,000 on 83 claims and out-of-court settlements during the past six years, according to a review of its records.The claims and … more
The OUAZ athletics department has adjusted its spectator policy to allow a limited number of spectators to home events beginning March 1. more
Discussion on personnel matters regarding the performance evaluation for the city manager and attorney are the sole topics of the Apache Junction City Council’s March 2 closed-door executive … more
Motorists traveling the Loop 202 Santan Freeway at night in the Gilbert area should plan for lane restrictions and closures of off-ramps at Gilbert Road and Val Vista Drive for work on the future … more
The Surprise City Council will deal with light work session and regular meeting agendas for its next meetings Tuesday, March 2. more
Here are the number of COVID-19 vaccinations for ZIP codes that include Surprise and some surrounding areas as of March 1, according to the ADHS. more
When it came to the past year, Sun City West’s safety and traffic were among those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. more
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Brian Delaney checked his ticket, found his seats and then sat down for a minute in the sunshine. It wasn't a typical late February day in Arizona — a little cool, a … more
Arizona has added 1,179 cases and 70 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, Feb. 27, the ADHS reports 815,707 positive … more
Construction could begin this winter on 10 soccer fields and four baseball/softball fields at Red Mountain Park. The work includes adjusting two existing disc golf courses and several equestrian … more
While the Arizona Legislature considers potential bills addressing short-term rentals, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley are doing all they can to push change and wrest local control from the hold … more
The Paradise Valley Town Council voted unanimously to outlaw recreational marijuana dispensaries following zero objections from the public. The 7-0 vote was made on Feb. 25 during a Town Council … more
As the coronavirus pandemic has forced more of people’s interactions behind screens, the Maricopa County Libraries is helping to make sure all county residents have access to a screen and to … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Litchfield Park 85340 was 3,586 as of Friday, Feb. 26, a 1.67% increase over last Friday and 0.17% increase over … more
The number of new weekly COVID-19 cases in Goodyear ticked up slightly this week, according to data from the Arizona Department of Health Services. more
Sewer and water services are provided by two community facilities districts in Apache Junction, neither of which had out-of-court settlements or claims during the past five years but one paid out … more
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