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Kyrene School District has authorized a special bond and district additional assistance override election this fall. more
The Cosanti Foundation announced the winner of its inaugural Cosanti Medal as African architect, educator and social activist Diébédo Francis Kéré. The first of its … more
The Gilbert Town Council got a first look on a series of recommendations for improving communications with the community May 23 after the town’s leadership concluded a two-day strategic … more
After further investigation, the Queen Creek Police Department has announced it is submitting an additional referral to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office for disorderly conduct for two … more
Friends and colleagues of Jill Keimach gathered in Paradise Valley Town Hall May 24 to bid farewell as she retires from her position as town manager after four years. Keimach gave a short speech … more
Goodyear will open a Chipotle location Friday with a drive-thru "Chipotlane" option to make online orders easy to pick up. Residents can place their orders online via the Chipotle app or … more

WASHINGTON – Prosecutors are seeking a 17-year sentence for Arizona resident Edward Vallejo, one of nine members of the Oath Keepers convicted of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 attack on … more
Risas Dental and Braces=, recently honored 13 deserving Valley moms with free treatments for its annual Mother’s Day Dental Makeover Giveaway. The local dental provider will be giving each mom a free, customized dental treatment in recognition of their unwavering commitment to the overall health and wellness of their families. more
Christ’s Church of the Valley has broken ground on its new, permanent home in Queen Creek. The CCV campus will be located on the southeast corner of Ellsworth and Chandler Heights roads. … more
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks declared May 1 through 7 as National Youth Week. Sun City Elks Lodge No. 2559 held a banquet on May 1 to honor local youth. This awards banquet … more
The Surprise Police Department is partnering with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety and other local law enforcement agencies to enforce Arizona’s seat belt and child safety seat laws.  more
The town of Gilbert is working toward standing a Public Works Advisory Board.   Staff members presented the idea to Gilbert Town Council at the conclusion of its two-day strategic retreat … more
High temperatures are starting to hit 100 degrees, which makes it a perfect time for the two Surprise city pools to allow recreational swimming. more

The Queen Creek Police Department is referring charges against two high school students suspected of leaving a Black doll tied with a jump rope in a student restroom. … more
The Surprise Fire-Medical Department is offering free non-certifying classes to the community to learn hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation and training on using an automated external defibrillator.  more
The science and math textbooks used in classrooms within the Peoria Unified School District are out of date, so officials are saying it’s time for a change in learning materials. more
A player in Scottsdale turned a $50,000 win in Monday night’s Powerball draw into a $200,000 win by adding power play to the ticket. Power play costs $1 more per game but multiplies … more
ArchWell Health, a national company providing value-based care services to Medicare-eligible seniors, has been selected by Modern Healthcare as one of the 2023 best places to work in health care. … more
A new type of education is rolling out on the golf courses in Sun City West. more
Scottsdale and Mesa police are teaming up for a DUI task force that will work on Memorial Day weekend. The DUI Task Force and Saturation Patrol will be in operation Friday-Monday, May 26-29, … more

Recycling has become such a part of American life that most people hardly think about what goes into putting together a town’s “reduce, reuse, recycle” efforts. Queen Creek is … more
Litchfield Elementary School District governing board approved a trip for school staff to attend a social emotional learning (SEL) training seminar Tuesday. In recent years, SEL has often been … more
The upcoming special mail ballot election in Glendale will likely cost the city around $200,000. more
Gilbert executive staff and Town Council members honed in on town priorities during a two-day “strategic retreat” May 22-23.   more
John Thrasher, the founder of the Arizona Winds Concert Band, a West Valley institution based in Glendale, died on May 1. more
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