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Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) will provide free diapers, baby wipes, school supplies, wellness kits, food boxes, haircuts, and other essentials at its Community Care Day event, … more
The attempt to remove the proposed Protect and Preserve sales tax from the Nov. 5 ballot had its day in court July 18 and an answer as to whether it can stay should be clear shortly. Maricopa … more
Aviation Machinist’s Mate 2nd Class Colton Donis-Thorpe, left, and Aviation Structural Mechanic 2nd Class Charlie Padilla-Garcia, right, are both from Phoenix. more
Claudia Chavez has been appointed the new executive director of STARS (Scottsdale Training and Rehabilitation Services). Chavez has been with STARS since 2011. She has held various roles, most … more
Local breakfast restaurant Over Easy’s partnership with Phoenix Children’s has yielded a remarkable $50,000 to date for the non-profit. Since January 2024, one dollar from every … more
Seaman Alberto Alia, a native of Phoenix, is currently stationed at Naval Station Great Lakes in Illinois as a student serving with Naval Education and Training Command. more

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is coming up on its 10th anniversary, and ALS Arizona wants to bring the challenge back on Saturday, August 3, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Salt River Fields, 7555 N. Pima … more
In honor of Drowning Impact Awareness Month, Scottsdale Aquatics will be offering free swim lessons at Cactus, Eldorado and McDowell Mountain Ranch aquatic centers in August. Registration for August … more
Darlene Ziebell will be the speaker at the July 31 meeting of the Scottsdale Society of Women Writers. Darlene Ziebell, a prominent entrepreneur, business consultant, and author will share her … more
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes on Tuesday announced five appointments to the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board. The new members bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the Board, … more
​When DeCarlos Brooks began organizing his second annual Cutback Giveback Haircut Event, he wanted to get “some of the best barbers in the Valley.” Brooks, a Chandler High School … more
Tucked away on a peninsula in the Pacific Northwest, sailors and engineers are working to extend the U.S. Navy’s reach and push the capabilities of unmanned vehicles. more
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