The Arizona chapter of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment officials awarded Glendale with its Innovative Program of the Year award to recognize the city’s master services agreement with Central Arizona Shelter Services.
Tempe’s Workforce Readiness and Livable Communities Committee met Aug. 28 to discuss the latest updates from the city’s Office of Education, Career and Family Services about what’s been accomplished in its many programs during the last year.
PHOENIX — The federal government is finally ready to drop its lawsuit against the state over the storage containers it contends were erected illegally last year on Forest Service land by Gov. Doug Ducey.
PHOENIX — A Tucson-based environmental group is accusing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of illegally altering its rules in ways that will harm the ability of two of snakes to survive in Arizona and New Mexico.
Longtime Valley of the Sun United Way board member and Women United Steering Committee member Jenny Holsman Tetreault has been named vice chair of United Way Worldwide’s Women United Global Leadership Council.