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The Sports Pavilion at R.H. Johnson Recreation Center, 19803 R. H. Johnson Blvd., will be open on Sundays this summer. more
Cautious optimism is preferable when discussing Arizona’s water resources, given the dire updates of the past two years. more
Gov. Katie Hobbs vetoed legislation Monday that would have forced the city of Scottsdale to provide water to the thirsty Rio Verde Foothills community. House Bill 2441 was introduced by Rep. … more
A man with burn injuries was found dead Monday morning inside the garage of a Scottsdale home, police said. Scottsdale detectives are investigating at the home near 135th Way and Sorrel Lane. … more
The Litchfield Park City Council approved an $11.5 million bond for Litchfield Square to supplement inflation and unforeseen cost increases. The project is the city’s attempt at creating a … more
The future is coming, and Recreation Centers of Sun City officials are ensuring they are prepared to maintain favorite activities as they also look ahead to new opportunities as part of a study with Arizona State University. more

 Gilbert PD will join law enforcement agencies across the state and country in stepping up traffic patrols May 22-June 4 with a goal of increasing seatbelt usage rates through education and … more
Kasai Japanese Steakhouse presents the second annual Fire & Fairways Charity Golf Tournament on June 5 at the Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club. Golfers will compete for prizes while supporting … more
Kyrene School District Governing Board will be voting Tuesday, May 23, on whether to ask voters for additional funding assistance in the upcoming November election. more
Babbo Italian Eatery is hosting its first-ever Baseball for Babbo Day of Giving event on June 15. All eight Valley Babbo Italian Eatery locations, including one in Scottsdale, will donate 100% … more
A 22-year-old man has been indicted on one count of first-degree murder in the death of a hiker whose body was found near a desert hiking trail in northeast Phoenix. Maricopa County Attorney … more
PHOENIX – Queen Creek grew faster in the past year than any other community in Arizona, placing it among the top 15 nationwide for population increases, U.S. Census Bureau figures show. … more
Stephanie Joyner, the Pinal County Historical Society and Museum’s first executive director, has won the 2023 Humanities Award from Arizona Humanities. She was named this year’s Rising … more

The Peoria Unified School District is planning to procure updated textbooks for their student population. more
Decades of memories were remembered and celebrated during a May 21 community event bidding a final farewell to Metrocenter Mall in Phoenix. Metrocenter Mall was once the epicenter of all … more
It may be a cliche, but Sabrina Johnston really wants her Irish Cowboy pub on Historic Main Street to be a place “where everybody knows your name.” That’s been the mission from the … more
The Florence Unified School District is growing its tuition-based Preschool Program. FUSD wants to connect families to the school district from an early age and have a dedicated and intentional … more
Sprouts Farmers Market will open its new store in Queen Creek in August, and it is ready to start hiring. Located at Vineyard Towne Center, 37666 N. Gantzel Road, the Sprouts Farmers Market is … more
A new type of education is rolling out on the golf courses in Sun City West. more
Benevilla is offering a new Membership Assistance Program for those needing financial help to join the adaptive gym. more

Tuesday’s vote in Tempe this week shot down the Arizona Coyotes’ plans to build a new arena in that East Valley community as the team goes back to the drawing board to look for a permanent Valley home. more
Several gunshots were fired early Sunday morning near the 1900 block of East Los Arboles in Tempe, but no injuries were reported, police said. The shots were fired about 3:45 a.m. May 21. Police … more
PHOENIX – Anita Verma-Lallian launched Camelback Productions, which she says is Arizona’s first woman- and South Asian-owned film production and entertainment company, in January … more
Gov. Katie Hobbs refused last week to expand the Teachers Academy program that provides scholarships to prospective public school teachers to students attending private and religious colleges. … more
To celebrate the kickoff to summer, Sip Fresh in Glendale is hosting an open house for regional business owners and developers. more
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