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 Following four months of debate, charges and counter charges,  proposals and counter proposals, compromise and intransigence, the Surprise City Council unanimously approved a 10-acre annexation on the doorstep of a Maricopa County neighborhood. more
The Arizona Technology Council is deeply concerned about legislation in the U.S. Senate that could stifle innovation, limit employment opportunities and threaten Arizona’s thriving technology sector, as well as the state’s economy. more
Goodyear will get a new vice mayor beginning Friday, June 18. more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers sent a measure to Gov. Doug Ducey on Thursday that would preclude the use of taxpayer dollars to train public employees about race, ethnicity and sex discrimination if … 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
We know Bill Gates as a founder of Microsoft and later founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. But there is a Gates we do not know so well. more
Gov. Doug Ducey on May 4 signed Senate Bill 1453, which allows community colleges to offer four-year baccalaureate degrees. more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers cannot limit how much errant drivers have to pay the people they kill or injure, the Arizona Supreme Court has ruled. The justices on Tuesday said there's nothing … more
Mayor Georgia Lord couldn’t have asked for a more exciting birthday present. more
PHOENIX — Two Republican senators lashed out Monday at businesses and the media, accusing them of mischaracterizing what is in changes they are proposing to state election laws. Michelle … more
As the pandemic surged through the country in 2020 many organizations had to evaluate how to continue their mission safely. more
Matthew Williams was working toward bachelor’s degrees in history and political science at North Georgia College when he decided to pursue a career in city management, but his passion for municipal service was stoked much earlier. more
PHOENIX — With state revenues running more than $1 billion ahead of expectations and better times forecast, Republican lawmakers are looking at compressing all of the state's income tax … more
Due to a number of water and wastewater cost drivers, Peoria residents and businesses should expect an increase in their overall water bill, beginning January 2022. more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers quashed the last remaining measure to rein in short-term vacation rentals Thursday concluding that it did so little as to not be worth the effort. Senate Bill 1379 … more
PHOENIX — If the federal government imposes new restrictions on guns, it's going to have to enforce them without Arizona's help. On a 17-13 margin, the state Senate on Tuesday approved … more
When Gov. Doug Ducey issued Executive Order 2021-06 rescinding all previous coronavirus-related executive orders, he reignited confusion and a furious year-long debate over face coverings. more
Recreation Centers of Sun City West General Manager Bill Schwind invites the community to attend budget forums to learn about the proposed fiscal plan for 2021-22. more
PHOENIX — Republican lawmakers voted Thursday to create a new law that its sponsor admitted is designed to convince people to stay away from some protests, often against police brutality, even … more
Recreation Centers of Sun City West officials are in budget season and after working through the challenges of a pandemic, planning ahead is more important than ever. Karl Wilhelm, Recreation … more
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