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Christmas reached a new plateau of brightness and brilliance for the children of Aguila because of the generous donations of toys and clothing from people in Sun City. more
When David Hill started teaching at Peoria High 40 years ago, the only high schools serving the city were his and Cactus High. more
For his work in the Peoria community, David "Skinny" Hill has been named the 2022 Peoria Independent Hometown Hero in the Educator category. more
Volunteers and members of the Glendale Police Department came together Thursday to bring Christmas toys to some of the city’s most in-need children. more
A Wreaths Across America observance brought Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Mesa and Queen Creek residents to a cemetery where they honored military veterans interred there. Several hundred adults … more
It was sun, fun and some pretty remarkable moves at the Quail Run Golf Course, 9774 W. Alabama Ave., when more than 100 women golfers turned out for the Quail Run Ladies 9-hole Pink Ribbon Golf Tournament. more

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Wilmer Tinoco definitely had his hands full Thursday morning. more
With more than 450,000 subscribers, Scottsdale YouTube content creator Keegan Acton managed to pay her college tuition with income earned from her YouTube channel. more
The basement of a bank branch in Surprise seems like a most unlikely place to find the North Pole. more
Former Paradise Valley council member and mayor James David Hann died in September at the age of 91. His family is hosting a celebration of his life on Jan. 7 at The Church of the Beatitudes. more
The last player picked in the NFL draft is known as “Mr. Irrelevant.” It’s not the most complimentary of names, but Queen Creek resident Brock Purdy doesn’t mind. He’s … more
Mesa residents are mourning the death of a man called a community “pillar” by the city and an “angel” by friends and customers of Lamb’s Shoe Repair. More than 100 … more
Seven-year-old Carina Dinu from Scottsdale recently biked 102 miles through Tucson, completing the El Tour de Tucson on Nov. 19. The Great Hearts Archway Scottsdale student is the youngest rider to … more

The Dysart Unified School District maintenance department has been busy collecting toys and gift cards for an annual toy drive. more
It’s a typical Wednesday morning in the One Step Beyond kitchen. Cutting up veggies to prep for meals, looking over that day’s lunch menu. more
On a night when Gilbert was at its most divided, the town unified behind one man. Benny Ruiz received two standing ovations Nov. 15 at the Public Safety Training Facility’s packed Atlas Auditorium as the Gilbert Town Council recognized Ruiz’s retirement from the Gilbert Fire and Rescue Department. more
Kept home during the early days of the COVID pandemic for their safety, kids are facing a new need. more
More than a year ago, DPS Trooper Casey Rhinehart was helping a disabled vehicle on the U.S. 93 near Wickenburg. more
Teachers across the Valley received $1 million to improve their classrooms and curriculums, including nine school teachers in Goodyear, through Fiesta Bowl Charities.  Each of the Goodyear … more
Octogenarian Betty Shelton is living her best life as she recalls being an alumnus of Motown, going on vacations since retiring from education, and moving to an active-adult community in Surprise. more

Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels seeks individuals or groups of people, smalls businesses or corporations to sponsor a childhood cancer warrior family for the holidays. Whether through the full $1,000 … more
A Vietnam War veteran who lives at Amber Creek Inn Memory Care Community in Scottsdale took to the skies with other seniors in a restored Boeing Stearman biplane – the same aircraft used to train military aviators in the late 1930s and early 1940s. more
This week, the city of Tempe will begin asking community members their views about possible local regulations for short-term rental properties that would be among the strictest in the state if enacted. more
Scottsdale residents may be familiar with Frank Lloyd Wright’s residence and school at Taliesin West, but one Phoenix-based photographer has been pursuing a life-long project of visiting and taking photos of every Wright creation across the country. more
Each year the Paradise Valley Arts Board honors an artist in the community with the opportunity to present their work in a year-long display at Town Hall where visitors and residents alike can enjoy the pieces and purchase them. more
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