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Helen Hunter is running as a Democrat for an Arizona House seat up for election in District 16 --- which includes part of Queen Creek in Pinal County, Gold Canyon, Apache Junction and east … more
Project Humanities’ annual Hacks for Humanity: Hacking for the Social Good draws participants from different professions, ages, communities, and backgrounds for a weekend of creating solutions … more
In the time of the novel coronavirus, crisis knows no bounds and in the case of family homelessness the realities have become harsher than years before in the Valley of the Sun, outreach officials … more
The Travis Manion Foundation’s Annual 9/11 Heroes Run, which typically takes place in-person in Mesa, will shift to a virtual event for 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The endangered, native Gila Topminnows are at the Mesa Community College Red Mountain Campus will get a new home after the fish reached healthy levels. more
Since 1954, Sunshine Acres has stood as a refuge for children in desperate need of care, love and a chance at a bright future — but this 501(c)(3) Arizona nonprofit takes zero state or federal … more
The Nash has opened enrollment for its all-female jazz musician program, Phoenix Jazz Girls Rising. Led by musicians Mary Petrich, who plays saxophone, and Claudia Bloom, who plays piano, the … more
In time for Arizona’s monsoon season, the Arizona Historical Society has a new specialty license plate that pays homage to the state’s powerful summer storms. more
Doctors at Abrazo Health hospitals are providing free ice cream trucks for staff at each Abrazo hospital in the Valley this week. more
Superstition Mountain Rotary Club --- in cooperation with the Arizona Rotary District 5495 grants program --- awarded a $5,000 grant to Teen Strong of Mesa. It is a combined effort of $2,500 from … more
Yannik Paul of Phoenix overcame a five-stroke deficit heading into the final round of the 77th Arizona Open to ultimately claim the contest by two strokes. more
While Arizona reels from the financial crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, many citizens are stepping up to help families facing unpaid bills and the prospect of homelessness. more
The victim of a recent car crash in Mesa was rescued thanks to the quick actions of SRP Substation Troubleman John Boyle. Mr. Boyle, who lives in Queen Creek, was performing a line patrol … more
Nonprofits across Arizona are still reeling from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, reporting total revenue losses thus far of nearly $53 million, according to a recent survey by the Alliance of … more
The Phoenix Holocaust Association recently raised $17,000 to honor unsung heroes  working in assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing facilities throughout the Valley. more
The state of mind “I can’t” doesn’t exist at an East Vally nonprofit dedicated to showing children --- through structured after-school programs --- they most definitely … more
Human Services Campus, Inc. has received $100,000 from the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation for COVID-19 relief funding. more
As a pandemic rang throughout the world, so did local wedding bells for Kevin Clarke and Katie Sharman who had to make fast adjustments. more
Gaila Kline-Hobson, who helped raise many children from Missouri to Alaska, including her own three sons, is fulfilling her bucket-list wishes. more
Every time Elisabeth Wisthoff looks at the license plate of her husband’s Toyota Tacoma, it reminds her of where they met, the life they’ve shared and the children they’ve … more
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