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Meet Ella Hamer, a Girl Scout hailing from the city of Scottsdale. For the next six weeks, the Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council will host its cookie season through Feb. 27, featuring … more
Sunshine, golf with celebrities, stunning entertainment and live auctions all to support a great cause, what more could one want? On Dec. 1-2, 2021, High Point Events in partnership with 21st … more
Meet Gina Ferroni, a Girl Scout hailing from the city of Mesa. For the next six weeks, the Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council will host its cookie season through Feb. 27, featuring … more
Meet Savanna Ellis, a Girl Scout hailing from the city of Tempe. For the next six weeks, the Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council will host its cookie season through Feb. 27, featuring … more
Meet Abby, a Girl Scout from Troop 997 in Peoria. For the next six weeks, the Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council will host its cookie season Jan. 17-Feb. 27, featuring traditional … more
Meet Lizzy and Ally Small, two Girl Scouts hailing from the town of Queen Creek. For the next six weeks, the Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council will host its cookie season Jan. 17-Feb. … more

Meet Addison Cowan, a Girl Scout from the city of Buckeye. For the next six weeks, the Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council will host their cookie season Jan. 17-Feb. 27, featuring … more
Girl Scout Cookie Season is fast approaching, and with a new cookie. more
Keynote speaker Patricia Russell-McCloud presented her riveting opening and closing statements with “You are here,” using conviction as if in a courtroom, during Scottsdale’s 28th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. “Living the Dream” Community Dinner Celebration on Jan. 12, at Embassy Suites Scottsdale Resort. more
Though primarily known as a nonprofit that provides shelter and other services for domestic violence victims, A New Leaf provides a range of programs for Valley homeless, families, foster children and those in need of financial advice. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has left its mark on everybody, but 2020 is a year Cindy Humes will never forget. more
Goodyear is currently taking applications from residents to fill a spot on the city council left vacant following the death of the city’s mayor. Applicants for the open spot must be current … more
Colder overnight lows mean switching the thermostat to the heat setting, and emergency department doctors at Abrazo Health say it’s a good time to keep a few household safety tips in mind. more

The Del Webb Sun Cities Museum, 10801 W. Oakmont Drive, officials enjoyed presenting “Christmas, 1960-Style” at an open house Dec. 16 and saw strong community participation and support. more
A recent Wreaths Across America observance brought Mesa, Apache Junction and Gold Canyon residents to a cemetery where they honored military veterans interred there. Several hundred adults and … more
During Larry H. Miller Dealerships' “10 Days of Giving,” the company spread joy across the state with $236,700 in donations to 21 Arizona charities. more
On Dec. 18, Scottsdale-based Green Acres Mortuary and Cemetery was among the nationwide effort to lay wreaths on veteran headstones. Wreaths Across America Day is a nationwide effort where … more
It’s become all too common to see local businesses struggling to find help. Nonprofits are among them. more
Phase 2 of a multi-use trail at 75th Avenue to Skunk Creek has been set in motion with an agreement between the city and state that was recently approved by the Peoria City Council. more
Queen Creek is on track to have its first veterans memorial by November 2023. Recently, the town council approved letting the Queen Creek Veterans Memorial Foundation build the memorial on a … more

Officer Chuck Buffington is retiring from the Glendale Police Department after 25 years. more
Most prospective athletes head straight to college after high school graduation to continue their athletic career, but for Shaelyn Cecchini, her journey took a slight detour. Cecchini, a freshman … more
It was around the sixth grade when Diego Cardenas Rivera started to take an interest in STEM disciplines. At that time he became involved with the MESA program at Peoria High School. He learned about … more
One in three people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, and nearly 1.9 million new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed this year. more
The Surprise Block Party Trailer is basically a party in a box on wheels. more
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