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Paradise Valley art exhibit benefits Waste Not

Artist Joseph Bretón will present his new exhibit, “Art Unplugged in the Age of AI,” while also supporting the foundation Waste Not, a local nonprofit organization that creates …

Scottsdale concert to benefit Make A Wish

Tickets are now available for Rock the Rooftop, which will take place under the stars on W Scottsdale’s WET Deck, 7277 E. Camelback Road, Friday, Dec. 1. The concert, now in its second year, …

Chandler chef among competitors in benefit event

Six Valley chefs will compete in a charity cooking competition event. A Chandler chef is among them. Mark Coakley of BKD’s Backyard Joint will compete in the Burger Battle Throwdown, set …

Benefitness in Surprise gives caregivers physical plan

At the Benefitness Adaptive Gym in Surprise, a group of family caregivers meet to share thoughts, feelings, and experiences and piece together support, encouragement, inspiration and information from …

Arizona Supreme Court upholds ruling on halting …

PHOENIX — About 100,000 Arizonans who got their extra federal unemployment benefits cut off early during COVID by then-Gov. Doug Ducey because he instead wanted to get them to go to work at restaurants and hotels are not going to get the funds they lost.

Benevilla highlights work benefits

Benevilla is searching for qualified candidates to fill several rewarding positions throughout its programs.

Kiwanis Club promotes senior health

The Sun City West Kiwanis Club wants to help seniors improve health.

Lawson-Garlutzo: Losing interest in health benefits …

Many human resource professionals will attest that when it comes to taking a job, health benefits top the list of priorities among many applicants.

Arizona House gives preliminary approval to cut …

PHOENIX — Insisting there are plenty of jobs out there, the state House gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a measure to cut the length of time that Arizonans who are laid off can collect jobless benefits.

Arizona could get 'billions' in benefits by boosting …

Improving education persists as a major issue for Arizona state officials juggling funding, school safety and advancing curriculum, with the Helios Education Foundation and Education Forward Arizona following suit with a new report on the extensive economic benefits of investing in and developing statewide education.

Gilbert Public Schools increasing athletic fees

Gilbert Public Schools will be raising its athletic fees for the 2023-24 school year. The GPS Governing Board approved the increase Feb. 28 to $125 per sport  for  high school sports and …

Consulting firm with Chandler location is now BCG

The employee benefits consulting firm known as Fendley Benefits is changing its name to Benefit Commerce Group, or BCG, an Alera Group Company. BCG now has locations in Chandler, Scottsdale, …