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A wastewater improvement project in Peoria has gone over budget nearly $200,000. more
A Phoenix housing development received City Council approval earlier this month after some last-minute concessions. The 17.3-acre housing development at 40th Street and Southern Avenue split the … more
PHOENIX — State Treasurer Kimberly Yee is hoping to ride the same political path as the current governor. In a video release Monday, Ms. Yee announced she wants to be the Republican nominee … more
As children in Maricopa County’s Head Start program head back into classrooms this summer, program administrators said the children didn’t fall behind academically, at least during the … more
A planned home development in north Phoenix plans to build homes on the foothills of a mountain, northwest of Cave Creek Road and Desert Peak Parkway, and donate the mountain land to the city of … more
Across Scottsdale’s nine ZIP codes there were 120 new COVID-19 cases recorded in the past week, numbers show, meanwhile 145,300 residents have reportedly received the vaccine. Since last Monday, … more
A new multifamily housing and senior living community development is set to bring more affordable housing options to Maryvale. more
A self-storage facility with boat and RV storage is to be constructed on 18 acres east of Power Road on the south side of Pecos Road. It’s about 76,000 square feet of self-storage and 92,000 … more
An annexation of an approximately 5.38-acre property known as Enclave III at Paloma Creek, located east of 155th Avenue and south of Frontier Drive, is on the next Surprise City Council agenda. more
Professor Ramona Goth — 2021 Scottsdale Community College Arthur W. DeCabooter Educator of the Year — never doubted her decision to become a teacher 40 years ago. The Charros SCC Educator of the Year is thankful to be named a recipient of the award for what she called the “perfect career for me.” And, the English teacher wouldn’t choose … more
We now know when the Liberty baseball team will stop hitting. May 19. Sure, the Lions' 6A state final opponent will undoubtedly bring excellent pitching to Tempe Diablo Stadium May 18. But at … more
American leader Academy – Queen Creek Patriots complete a dominant season en route of Northwest Christian in the newly expanded 4A division championship game. The #1 seed Patriots came into … more
In a graduation ceremony that will undoubtedly look different, Dysart Unified School District seniors will get to walk across the stage at State Farm Stadium this time around. more
Arizona has added 474 cases and 12 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, May 15, the ADHS reports 872,496 positive … more
Experts are hopeful Gov. Ducey’s new cash incentives will lead to more Arizonans getting off unemployment and returning to regular full-time jobs. more
Sunrise Mountain baseball is always in the hunt, but a lot of factors have to fall into place for even the best teams to reach a baseball title game. In the last two weeks Michael Deardoff's … more
City Council will consider Peoria’s updated mobile food vendor ordinance in the coming weeks. more
Goodyear Fire Engineer Austin Peck may be gone, but he’s not forgotten and his presence loomed large May 13 when the city dedicated its newest fire station. more
Larsen Gallery has announced rock legend Alice Cooper will sell his prized Andy Warhol at the 2021 Fall Larsen Art Auction on Oct. 23, in Scottsdale. With an estimated value of $2.5 million to … more
PHOENIX — The chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is pretty much telling Senate President Karen Fann what she can do with her invitation for a Q & A session. In a … more
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