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Pinal County District 5 Supervisor Todd House has an annual "Diaper Drive," taking donations to purchase diapers, then distributing them through local human-aid agencies. “This year … more
As part of broader crisis response strategies, Arizona arts funders and service organizations have set up a collaborative fund to provide emergency relief grants of $500-$1,500 to artists and arts … more
A life solely under the guidance of one’s self is an ability most have --- but many do not --- and the understanding of this truth of life is at the core of a Phoenix-based nonprofit mission … more
The second annual Human Services Campus Awareness Walk to End Homelessness is moving from the street to homes across the Valley as it goes virtual. more
Winners of the March 13-15 Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Rodeo shared a combined payout of $33,055, according to official results from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. That’s … more
Lawrence Wilk, shareholder and bankruptcy litigation attorney at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk, was recently named the chairman of the board of Child Crisis Arizona. more
Superstition Harley-Davidson, 2910 W. Apache Trail in Apache Junction, on Feb. 29 hosted a blood drive and the event Motors, Mane and Miracles. "This event was a charity ride and carnival held at … more
Arlene Bauer, who has been selling Avon products for 60 years, is about to celebrate her 102nd birthday. She is one of the founders of Saving Grace Lutheran Church in Queen Creek, where … more
Queen Creek resident Lauren Shirley is a member of the Central College softball team. The senior is a pitcher and has one varsity letter. Her 2019 pitching stats are: 0-0, 3.62 ERA, 9.2 innings, … more
Name: Dawn Oliphant Age: 47 Town/neighborhood: Town of Queen Creek for the past 14 years. When and why I moved here: My family and I moved to Queen Creek in 2005. We loved the open space and … more
Banner Health’s mobile health unit provides weekly service throughout the Valley to make free primary care available to thousands of uninsured children starting Wednesday, Feb. 5. more
Jay Kwan, an amateur baker who started out selling Asian pastries at farmers markets, organizes food festivals in Arizona with the goal to highlight the diversity of food and showcase local, small businesses. more
For those stricken with muscular dystrophy --- a group of diseases causing progressive loss of muscle mass --- a feeling of despair can emerge and family members unprepared can often feel … more
Looking to beautify your outdoor spaces? Whether you are searching for a professional to do the job or plan on doing the work yourself, understanding the basics could save you a substantial amount of … more
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held recently to officially open Signal Butte Park, 11132 E. Elliot Road in Mesa. The new park near Elliot and Meridian roads features a unique custom-made … more
Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb drew the name of a raffle winner at a charity effort hosted recently at Power Tags, Titles and More, 3125 W. Hunt Highway Suite No. 104 in Queen Creek. A raffle at … more
Two Queen Creek residents competed for and were selected to the 2020 Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo royalty court. Marissa Mansingh, 17, a student at Casteel High School, is the 2020 Lost Dutchman Days … more
Start off the new year by giving the best gift ever --- the gift of life through a blood donation. Donate blood at the Town of Queen Creek’s blood drive on Give Blood - Best Gift … more
The Superstition Mountain Republican Club is starting the new year off with Pinal County Clerk of the Superior Court Amanda Stanford attending the Jan. 9 meeting. The club's monthly meeting is 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9, … more
Chandler Compadres, a group of business leaders who donate their time, resources, talents and money to help kids in the East Valley, raised a gross amount of $1.2 million at the signature Rock the … more
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