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The city of Apache Junction is seeking applicants for various boards and commissions. Serving on a board or commission provides an opportunity to work closely with other citizens and the city … more
Former Mesa Councilmember Scott Somers recently filed his “statement of interest” to run for election to return to the Mesa City Council representing District 6. The Southeast Mesa … more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 3,707 new coronavirus cases and 63 new deaths Friday, for a total of 1,001,871 cases and 18,724 deaths. more
Sometimes nature’s best medicine is the great outdoors, some might say, as feeling the breeze of natural wind or the smell of naturally occurring flora and fauna can help change, reset and show … more
At a visit to LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Gabe had the opportunity to build whatever he wanted. So what did he build? more
People unfamiliar with the scope and magnitude of what domestic violence victims endure may not consider the pets involved in their lives as well as many remain in dangerous situations out of concern for their pet’s safety. more
While the Superstition Community Food Bank is at work upgrading its Idaho Road facility, the Sundt Foundation has donated $5,000 to help fast-forward the project. The award “will be put to … more
A big day for Alex Morales came on Sept. 6, 2001. A firefighter his whole career, which now includes 35 years serving the city of Glendale, Morales elevated to the rank of captain that day. more
Registration for the My Hope Bag Sixth Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit My Hope Bag, a local non-profit organization that supports the breast cancer community, is underway. Online … more
Courage Under Cancer Foundation, an Apache Junction nonprofit, is hosting the Give Cancer the Boot Fashion Show in October. The event will feature local models who have each pledged to raise … more
Teenagers entering ninth-12th grade who either reside in or attend school in Apache Junction are being sought to apply to be on the Youth Advisory Council. The Apache Junction City Council in 2016 … more
The Arizona Community Foundation and its donors announce grant and scholarship distributions for the first quarter of its fiscal year,  April 1-June 30, totaling $17,661,723. more
There is no doubt if there is a child in need they have advocates in Town of Paradise Valley residents Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson. Spanning decades, worn-torn countries and here at … more
If you’re looking for Danny, go where the action is, that’s where you’ll find him. more
A job fair will be held 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Aug. 24 at the Salvation Army, 241 E. Sixth St. in Mesa. “Save the date. National and local companies will be doing interviews, discussing job … more
The nonprofit Benevilla recently announce their new Group Supported Employment partnership with the Surprise Marketplace Chick-fil-A restaurant, 13725 W Bell Road. Four members of their program … more
The worldview of a typical young adult, some parents might say, is simultaneously expansive and very much centered on one’s individual goals, aspirations — and social calendar. But for … more
Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, GSACPC, and Girl Scouts of the USA, GSUSA, announced Aug. 17 that a new cookie, Adventurefuls, will join the nationwide lineup for the 2022 Girl Scout Cookie … more
The Surprise Senior Center began the next phase of reopening Aug. 9. The center is now open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday for member-led activities, special groups, clubs and … more
Alleson Dunaway is telling the world how special Scottsdale is — a job she says allows her to share her memories of growing up in the West's Most Western Town with others.  more
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