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One action item on Chandler school board agenda

There aren’t many action items on this month’s Chandler Unified School District Governing Board meeting agenda. In fact, there’s only one: a presentation of a statement of …

Peoria renews 100-year designation of assured water …

Peoria has seen expansive growth during the past two decades. And with the near constant statewide concerns about water shortages in recent years, some residents have wondered if the city has enough …

Nonprofit to register 10K Arizonans living with …

First Place AZ, a nonprofit innovating a holistic approach to supportive housing and community development, is launching Vote the Spectrum.

Chandler police chief outlines new sixth-grade program

The city of Chandler is expected to re-approve its arrangement this week with local school districts for resource officers — a service that doesn’t come cheap. The city’s …

Phoenix retirement community earns reaccreditation

La Siena, a retirement community in Phoenix, has been reaccredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

Gilbert seeking volunteers for two town 'municipal …

The town of Gilbert is seeking applicants for a regular opening on the Gilbert Public Facilities Municipal Property Corporation and two openings on the Water Resources Municipal Property Corporation. …

Foothills Food Bank in Cave Creek seeking …

The Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center in Cave Creek seeks donors to Adopt-A-Family and brighten the holidays for children, families, and seniors in the north Phoenix foothills communities as part of the food bank’s 21st annual holiday gift program.

Kyrene to approve $300K SRO contract

Kyrene School District will consider approving a $333,905 contract with the city of Chandler for two school resource officers to provide law enforcement education and security services at Kyrene Del Pueblo and Kyrene Aprende middle schools.

Valley leaders among those honored for efforts to end …

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

Surprise Resource Center adds Friday afternoon hours

The Surprise Resource Center is expanding its hours of operation starting Friday, Oct. 6.

Chandler: Bigger rebates in place for grass removal

Changes proposed in the City of Chandler’s single-family residential grass removal rebate program began with a survey. The survey, conducted in April and May of this year, showed that …

Surprise teams with Adelante to expand services

The Surprise Resource Center has partnered with Adelante Healthcare to offer expanded services to the local community.