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Bullard stretch to close for 5K event near Surprise …

The city of Surprise is reminding residents of upcoming road closures because of the Sun Health Foundation Annual 5K for Women’s Health near Surprise Stadium.

2 bonds up for question in Surprise special election

The city laid out its plans for the possible use of a total of $100 million in the two questions at a Sept. 19 City Council work session.

New dementia education specialist joins Heritage with …

Shelly Drews is the new dementia education specialist at Heritage Communities, which has locations in Glendale, Peoria and Surprise.

Surprise Fiesta Grande party schedule revealed

The city of Surprise has released the schedule of events for the upcoming Fiesta Grande event, featuring a main stage and roaming entertainment.

Night of public safety returning to Surprise park

Summer’s end is the community’s G.A.I.N. in Surprise.

Surprise bond election ballots mailed out soon

Ballots for the city of Surprise special bond election will be mailed starting on Wednesday, Oct. 11.

Signups open soon for Surprise hazardous waste home …

Surprise residents can schedule appointments to have hazardous waste picked up directly from their homes during the city’s fall household hazardous waste collection event.

Surprise teams with Adelante to expand services

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

Surprise vice mayor to meet with residents at Tap …

Surprise Vice Mayor Chris Judd is hosting one of his regular district meetings this week.

Grant to provide young kid programs in Surprise

The city of Surprise recently received a grant from First Things First that will provide educational programs tailored for infants through 5-year-olds and their caregivers at no cost to families.

Surprise libraries to launch delivery service for …

The Surprise Public Library System is introducing Words on Wheels, a six-month pilot program that serves people where they live, learn, work and play.

Award-winning Peoria artist to exhibit works at …

A new exhibition featuring mixed media artwork by Peoria resident John Simon Weecks will be on display in Surprise during the month of October.

Chick-fil-A announces new Surprise restaurant

Chick-fil-A’s newest restaurant will begin serving the Surprise community Thursday, Sept. 21.

Planners, Coyote Lakes back townhomes on Bell Road …

Family Development appears to have found the rare real estate plan that almost everybody in Surprise can agree to.

More Surprise city items up for auction

The city of Surprise has some surplus equipment up for auction at

Recycling slowly makes return to Surprise

Now that curbside recycling is returning to city of Surprise customers, the whole community is relearning what to put in the blue bins as the city prepares to relaunch official recycling services for the areas it serves.

First Friday Gala is back in Sun City West

While many artists dabble in several similar mediums, Sandy Burke has taken the trend to a new level engaging in two genres that are as different as night and day.

Abrazo Surprise Hospital plans heart, stroke risk …

Abrazo Health’s AngioScreen stroke and heart attack risk assessments are coming to Abrazo Surprise Hospital.

Fire prevention event coming to Surprise

Families only have a few minutes to react when a fire starts in their kitchen.

Sunday in the Park fall events returning to Surprise

The city of Surprise has scheduled its fall Sunday in the Park events in October and November.

Cushman & Wakefield advises sale of Surprise …

Cushman & Wakefield has arranged the sale of a fully entitled ±11.65-acre industrial development site in Surprise.

Talking key to suicide prevention

About 49,500 people committed suicide last year in the U.S., which is the highest ever.

West Valley Chorale announces 40th anniversary season

The West Valley Chorale will kick off its 40th anniversary performance season with concerts and special events.

Valley cities have set up permanent reminders honoring …

Arizona was more than 2,000 miles away from the location of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, but several cities around the state have permanent memorials honoring the victims. In most cases, those memorials feature sections of the World Trade Center.