Keyword: needs

Bailey has medical supplies needed

Business name: Easy Medical Supply, consultations available seven days per week.

Beaudry: No need to reinvent the wheel in Sun City

This board of directors have said they would like to take Sun City in a more youthful direction. It makes me think of what that means.

McCarty: Sun City's Mountain View only needs new …

I say to only create a more modern fitness center at Mountain View.

Sun City's Mountain View has been in need since 1980s

This is for the Recreation Centers of Sun City management.

Sun City expo can help fill senior needs

Sun City area residents can fill a lot of their needs during the annual senior expo.

True: Firefighters need all help they can get

I’m writing this in regards to the article (“Firefighters need help, too,” Sun City Independent, March 29, 2023) about counseling for first responders.

Oliver: Empathy needed for disabled son in Sun City

I am amazed at the lack of empathy towards the mother and her adult disabled son being able to live in Sun City.

Howe: Counseling is needed for firefighters

I cannot agree more (“Firefighters need help, too,” Sun City Independent, March 29, 2023).

Valley firefighters focus on mental health after …

Sun City firefighters were just starting the process of establishing a peer support team when they suddenly needed one themselves.

McConnell: Build venue that reflects Sun City …

In a recent guest commentary (“Building a better tomorrow together,” Sun City Independent, Feb. 22, 2023), Recreation Centers of Sun City board President Kat Fimmel stated, “Clubs are the very heart of Sun City’s existence,” and urged, “Let’s not forget clubs’ needs and members’ expectations.”

Tripp: Old plan does not address current needs in Sun …

We have been unable to attend Recreation Centers of Sun City meeting but wanted to share two points.

Grant: More clarity needed in Sun City documents

As a resident of Sun City, I want to express that I am agreeing with Lisa Gray that we need more definition and clarity to support our original documents in living in a 55-and-older community within Maricopa County.

Scottsdale’s Volunteer Impact Award goes to Janet …

Janet Orlandi, who is currently in her 80s, was presented with the 2022 William P. Schrader Volunteer Impact Award by Mayor David Ortega at the city of Scottsdale’s annual Employee Awards …

Peoria Police to expand technology

Peoria City Council approved a budget amendment for nearly $300,000 to expand certain technology the police department uses, such as Tasers and body worn cameras.

Lebsack: Facility is too expensive, not needed in Sun …

After several years of short-term rental, my wife and I purchased a winter residence south of Grand Avenue in Sun City in 2015.

Depasquale: Control is needed at Sun Bowl in Sun City

So what’s going on with our concerts not getting traffic control at the Sun Bowl?

Sun City animal shelter sees sharp rise in cat …

While property owners dealt with their troubles during monsoon storms in July, the weather played a role in presenting 4 Paws Cat Rescue with some challenges.

Autism Charter Network celebrates new campus in Peoria

It was an exciting day for autism families in the West Valley, as Arizona Autism Charter Schools celebrated the opening of its new West Valley Campus in Peoria with a ribbon cutting ceremony, July 21, 11039 W. Olive Ave.

Queen Creek High School hosts special prom for special …

Prom is a special night for all high school students. Unfortunately, some students with special needs may not have the opportunity to go to their school’s prom. One student at Queen Creek High …

Maricopa County approves group home code changes

Clear guidance for code enforcement is one of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors’ many stated priorities.That was the goal in one staff-initiated code reform the board unanimously …

Dysart adapts to staffing shortages

The Dysart Unified School District is facing staffing challenges during the continuing coronavirus pandemic, and officials there are trying to find solutions to work through a difficult time.

Arnold: Feed the Children opens distribution, …

Feed the Children opened our newest distribution center at 3475 S. McQueen Road in Chandler on June 22. We are honored to be a part of the Chandler community and proud to open the 104,300 square-feet …

Mesa charity ‘Kids Need to Read’ donated $1M worth …

Kids Need to Read, a Mesa nonprofit, donated more than $1 million worth of books to 85,000 children across the U.S. in 2020. This milestone is a major move for Kids Need to Read on its mission to …

Who is on the front line for families facing …

Temporary grace and an extension of Arizona’s eviction moratorium to Oct. 31 means we have more time to do our literal “home” work, but there’s no free pass or less pressure on people experiencing a COVID-19 crisis and struggling to pay rent.