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Sun City West church launches cancer support group

Shepherd of the Hills United Methodist Church, 13658 W. Meeker Blvd., announces the launch of a new cancer support group starting 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, and meeting every other Tuesday in the …

Sun City’s NextGen Club gives back

The NextGen Club of Sun City volunteered at St Mary’s Food Bank in Surprise. Thirteen members helped load client carts with food and sorted donations from a USPS food drive held in May. …
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At CenterWell Senior Primary Care in Phoenix, It's About Time

"Julia is the best provider I've ever had. She's really taking great care of me, and I hope to have her until the end of my time." - CenterWell Sun City patient "This was an incredible …

Sun City Posse supports county school

An annual collection drive conducted by the Sun City Posse achieved results July 15 with the delivery of school supplies to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for distribution. MCSO will …

Sun City church notes meal, program schedule

Lakeview United Methodist Church, 10298 W. Thunderbird Blvd., has announced the menus for its popular meal/fellowship program of TNT (Thursday Night Together) for August. Meals begin at 5 p.m. …

Sun City church plans second car show

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church of Sun City urges interested vehicle enthusiasts to register early for its Sept. 28 Seton Classic Trifecta car show. The Trifecta is a free family event for …

Carroll runs for second term

Incumbent Sen. Frank Carroll is the only candidate on the 2024 Primary Election Ballot for Arizona State Senate District 28. The primary election takes place July 30. The general election is Nov. 5. …

MCSO Sun City, Sun City West crime stats

Editor’s Note: The following information is obtained from Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office District 3. This column lists arrests, not convictions, unless otherwise stated. Arrested …

Meet the candidates for Board of Supervisors District 4

Republicans Robert A. Branch and Debbie Lesko along with Democrat David M. Sandoval will vie for votes as candidates on the 2024 Primary Election Ballot July 30 for Maricopa County Board of …

Fyzical Therapy opens Sun City location

Tim and Kathryn Schnautz opened their doors to Sun City June 24 to present the local branch of Fyzical Therapy and Balance Center, 10050 W. Bell Rd. “We put our blood, sweat and tears into …


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This guide provides tips for Sun City West residents looking to hire a contractor for home repairs or renovations. It covers finding a reputable contractor, verifying their credentials, setting …
I was pleasantly surprised and intrigued reading the article with regards to the plans of the Union Hills property. As a resident living on the course, we are beyond disappointed in the condition of …
Regarding the situation at Union Hills, while I would never condone vandalism the expression “agree with the message, not the method” definitely describes my take on the graffiti job done …

SCHOA reconstituting CC&R committee

The Sun City Home Owners Association is seeking members for the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions committee, which oversees the regulations detailing what is permitted on Sun City properties. …

Helping cancer patients cope

Mental health distress exists in seniors during and after a cancer diagnosis, and take care of all aspects of their health is important, local officials say. Health officials want individuals to …

Sun City seabees increasing membership

The Naval Seabees Veterans of America Island X5, of Sun City, is seeking members to become more active in the community. The Island, or club, is the most active in the Phoenix area. It meets at …
Election 2024

Four candidates in race for the Arizona House in District 28

One Democrat and three Republicans are vying for the Arizona Legislative District 28 House seat on the 2024 Primary Election Ballot. The primary election takes place July 30. The general election is …

Sun City Faith Presbyterian donates to food bank

Faith Presbyterian Church presented a $3,000 donation to Valley View Community Food Bank on June 26. It was accepted by Jesse Ramirez, Jr., director. Valley View serves approximately 500 …
Connor and The Simpson Family Singers.

Sun City church concert features Connor and The Simpson Family Singers

Bellevue Heights Church hosts a performance by Connor and The Simpson Family Singers Sunday, July 28. The concert is a continuation of a free program providing concerts and ice cream to all …
Reader’s Theater actors perform a script by reading aloud from a written text without having to memorize lines or use elaborate sets.

Reader’s Theater ensemble continues in Sun City

The Sun City Players Community Theater has rekindled its Reader’s Theater under the tutelage of Ray Shiel. Every two weeks since the beginning of June, the attendance has increased because of …
Cyclists line up for a past 12 Hours of Sun City Challenge. The eight-mile loop course is open from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. on July 26.

Sun City summer cycling challenge to feature all-night ride

Bike riding for 12 hours in the peak of July heat may sound crazy at first, but a cycling club in Sun City has figured out how to keep fit, how to maintain a passion for riding, and how to survive the hot stuff all at the same time.
Quilters of Grand is hosting a “Christmas in July” sale 9 a.m.-2 p.m. July 12 and 13.

Sun City club slates festive fabric fête

Quilters of Grand is hosting a “Christmas in July” sale 9 a.m.-2 p.m. July 12 and 13, where visitors can shop for quilt kits, fabrics and unique boutique items like baby quilts, home …

Sun City West church slates patriotic choir musical, indoor picnic

“America, Keep Singing” will be presented 5 p.m. Sunday, June 30, by the Sanctuary Choir at First Baptist Church.
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