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Tucson, Phoenix won’t push emergency utility relief …

7/11/2024
WASHINGTON — On June 13, the federal government’s top official for public housing appeared with Tucson’s mayor at the Martin Luther King Apartments and announced emergency relief …

Familiar face takes over as Artlink chairman in …

1/24/2024
Artlink Inc., the nonprofit credited for developing Downtown Phoenix’s First Fridays and the driving force behind the upcoming Art Detour in March has recruited a longtime leader in the world of style and design as its new chairman.

Monthlong party celebrating Arizona arts & culture …

12/20/2023
Artlink will host a month-long celebration this spring of Art Detour, which celebrates its 36th year.

Valley leaders among those honored for efforts to end …

10/19/2023
Fourteen community advocates from across the state earned awards from Wildfire for their individual and collective efforts in the battle against poverty.

Forest Service grant will bring more trees to …

10/9/2023
The U.S. Forest Service announced Sept. 14 that the city of Phoenix would be receiving a $10 million grant to support tree-planting efforts in underserved communities and heat-vulnerable areas. 

Tempe approves use of $1.7M contract for shelter …

9/13/2023
Tempe’s temporary shelter Sue’s Espacio will receive up to $1.7 million in funding for Mercy House Living Centers to provide housing placement and other related services over the next two years.

Ballet Under The Stars to visit these four Valley …

8/15/2023
Ballet Arizona’s annual Ballet Under the Stars performances, presented by the Diane and Bruce Halle Foundation, are returning to four Valley locations.

Kyrene approves $498K contract for 3 school resource …

7/20/2023
Kyrene School District welcomes three new school resource officers for the 2023-24 school year from the city of Phoenix to support overall safety and security at Akimel A-al, Altadena and Centennial middle schools.

Tempe community divided ahead of May election on …

4/12/2023
Tempe residents are speaking out in gusto, in support of and against, the proposed Tempe Entertainment District, which has been steeping in controversy despite being approved unanimously by city council.

Goodyear police suspend bean bag shotgun program

10/14/2022
Goodyear police officers are among Valley departments pausing the use of bean bag rounds “out of an abundance of caution” when they realized the so-called less lethal munitions could …

Phoenix survey shows residents want more art

9/16/2022
Phoenix residents want more art. Earlier this year, about 100 Phoenix residents were surveyed where a majority of respondents said they were interested in more art workshops, collaborations, …

Respiro opens offering respite for those experiencing …

3/25/2022
Human Services Campus today opened a 100-bed overnight shelter named Respiro for individuals experiencing homelessness living on the streets surrounding the campus. The 6,300 square-foot …