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National Indoor RV Centers is fulfilling its pledge to the city ­— and in return the city is fulfilling its promise to the company. more
New homes are starting to dot a previously sparse area of northwest Surprise west of Grand Avenue and north and south of Deer Valley Road. more
Mattamy Homes, North America's largest privately-owned homebuilder, recently announced it purchased the Rancho Trugold property in Surprise. more
Surprise Vice Mayor Patrick Duffy made improving the city’s recreation and youth sports portfolio his priority since his appointment to the City Council in September 2017. more
While Fulton Homes is still fairly early in its process of selling new homes at its Escalante development in northwest Surprise, the Valley-based builder already has identified its next project in the city. more
The Surprise City Council approved the calling for a November mail-in special election for issuing a franchise extension to EPCOR Water Arizona Inc. more
Parks and Recreation Department Director Donna Miller has announced her retirment after nearly 20 years with the city. more
In a strange way, baseball bookended the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in Arizona. more
Several students in the Dysart Unified School District are working to give back to each other and the community. more
Darin Moss knows firsthand the power of giving. more
Half of all new growth in the Phoenix metropolitan area will take place in West Valley during the next 20 years. more
On Monday, April 12, Surprise City Hall and other city administrative buildings will open to the public, following a temporary closure due to COVID-19. more
Events in Surprise of more than 50 people will no longer need the approval of the city government. more
Nearby homeowners on county land and the local Surprise councilman only have an issue with one of two proposed annexations that would add onto the Paloma Creek development in the northwest corner of Surprise. more
The Surprise City Council is supporting the city’s Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission’s attempt to begin an annual arts grant in Surprise. more
The Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission voted to spend up to $6,000 on repairs and restoration to the “We are the Past, Present, and Future of Surprise” mural at Bicentennial Park, 16705 N. Nash St. more
A lot have been written about both organizations, most of it wrong. Let’s start with the Oath Keepers. If you believe the media, they are a “right-wing, white supremacist, anti-government … more
Hoping to clear up an oversight, the Surprise Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission voted to add baseball legend Buck O’Neil to its Recreation Hall of Fame. more
While the city, state and nation are nowhere near the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic, its associated fiscal chaos appears to be in retreat. more
I was diagnosed with T-cell leukemia a month before my 7th birthday. more
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