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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
Two parcels in Apache Junction zoned for business park or commercial uses can instead be developed as multifamily residential townhomes, the City Council decided recently. Both were discussed and … more
The Valley saw its most rain in months and even some snow in late January after a dry monsoon season last year. However, Arizona’s two largest water supplies were mostly unaffected by the … more
Do you have a pre-teen or teenager looking for something to do this summer? Why not have them work at the aquatic center in Apache Junction? Gain valuable work experience, learn how to work as … more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week. more
Estimates from various studies show Surprise’s population by 2035 is likely to creep up on 300,000 residents — more than double its current population. more
The Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission will discuss a possible grant program and a pair of murals at its next meeting, set for 6 p.m Monday, March 1 at City Hall, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. more
PHOENIX (AP) — The U.S. Air Force says it will be distributing bottled water to thousands of residents and business owners near its base in suburban Phoenix until at least April, marking the latest … more
Queen Creek’s town staff was successful in obtaining a $1.8 million dollar grant from Maricopa Association of Governments to upgrade the Town’s older traffic signal detection … more
Like many young men and women living in the shadow of Luke Air Force Base, Officer Candidate Hervey Rico grew up dreaming of flying jets. more
Apache Junction Police Department officers responded to the Fry’s Grocery Store at 150 E. Old West Highway at about 9 p.m. Feb. 18 for a report of a man who had forcibly groped a woman in the … more
In just a few short weeks it will have been one year since Major League Baseball called an out on its 2020 spring training season — the catalyst that gave way to Arizona closing down because of … more
Some trees will be removed in the Surprise Community Park to allow for better conditions for existing trees and the turf around the park. more
Surprise has officially opened up its search for its next police chief. more
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