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President Trump approves 'major disaster declaration' for Arizona, Gov. Ducey says

Gov. Doug Ducey on April 4 announced that President Trump in coordination with the Federal Emergency Management Agency approved Arizona’s request for a presidential major disaster declaration …

Arizona approaches 1,800 cases of COVID-19, with over 40 deaths

The Arizona Department of Health Services has reported nearly 1,800 cases of COVID-19 in the state, with 41 deaths. New numbers released Friday show 1,769 cases in Arizona, up from 1,598 the day …

Beware of COVID-19 investment schemes

The Arizona Corporation Commission offers tips on how to safeguard yourself from fraudulent investment schemes amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Bank offers help for clients with hardships from COVID-19

Bank of America has announced additional support for its 66 million consumer and small business clients in response to the unprecedented challenges of the coronavirus.

Arizona first responders see added mental, emotional health resources available

Carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders is a feeling local police officers are accustomed to, despite the ebbs and flows of day-to-day challenges happening around them. Troubles at …

St. Vincent de Paul serves the poor as it changes model in wake of COVID-19 outbreak

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul --- which has a mission to feed, clothe, house and heal individuals and families in need --- has had to respond with extraordinary agility to the COVID-19 outbreak …

Ask the Editor: Why isn’t COVID-19 reported by municipality?

Health officials are reporting new numbers of COVID-19 cases across Arizona every day, broken down by each county. In Maricopa County, there have been 900 positive cases of the infectious novel …

Rotarians are “People of Action,” and Rotary clubs and their members throughout Arizona are pitching in to help where needed in their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic …

In light of the most recent updates regarding COVID-19, several cities and states have issued a stay-at-home mandate, and more will continue to do so in the days ahead. So what does that mean for …

Phoenix event venue provides full pay to employees during temporary closure

Chateau Luxe Event Venue announced that it is continuing full pay for employees while implementing measures to comply with state and CDC recommendations to do its part in reducing the spread of the …

Tide Cleaners ‘lightens the load’ for first responders

Tide Cleaners sites in Phoenix will provide free laundry services to medical personnel, police officers and firefighters during the COVID-19 Pandemic beginning Monday, March 30.

Desert Financial Credit Union announces ‘senior hour’ during coronavirus pandemic

Select Desert Financial Credit Union branch locations will now be open for senior-only banking. The access will be in place for those who are 60 years of age and older, and the planned hours are …

Amber Hughes joins Dickinson Wright Phoenix office

Attorney Amber D. Hughes has joined the Dickinson Wright firm in Phoenix as a member, focusing on estate planning, and trust administration.

Curbside pickup: The Scottsdale Plaza Resort brings pizza to patrons

The Scottsdale Plaza Resort has launched a pop-up curbside pizza offering. “At The Scottsdale Plaza Resort, we are looking for ways to help keep our employees working during these …

Despite current circumstances, it appears some parents are impressed with how quickly local school districts have transitioned their lesson plans online for students of all ages. However, for …

Phoenix Country Day School has yet to announce if its school would close for the remainder of the school year, sticking with its original plan of remaining closed until at least April 30.
Chateau Luxe has won numerous awards since opening in 2015 and was recently featured as Best Wedding Venue with Mountain Views in 2020.

Chateau Luxe pays employees during temporary closure for pandemic

Recently featured as “Best Wedding Venue with Mountain Views in 2020,” Chateau Luxe has temporarily closed to the public to comply …

HEARTS for Arizona 24-Hour Virtual Telethon to be April 3-4

Arizona Citizens for the Arts has organized a 24-hour virtual telethon with live-streamed performances and appearances by Arizona …
The Arizona Restaurant Association debuts Arizona Takeout Week to run throughout the Coronavirus closures.

ARA announces Arizona Takeout Week amidst mandated closures

Responding to the recent state of emergency, the Arizona Restaurant Association is creating a new marketing strategy to help support …
The Phoenix Art Museum,1625 N. Central Ave., has temporarily closed through April 6.

Phoenix Art Museum announces temporary hiatus

Out of “love and care” for visitors, members, volunteers, and staff, the Phoenix Art Museum, at 1625 N. Central Ave., has …
Tentatively, the 40th Annual Phoenix Pride Festival and Parade is set to run Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 7-8, with the Parade moving to Saturday, Nov. 7.

Phoenix Pride postpones 2020 festival, parade

Originally scheduled for April 4-5, due to mounting public health concerns, the 40th Annual Phoenix Pride Festival and Parade has been …