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Sun City opened Jan. 1, 1960 and its enormous popularity quickly prompted the Del Webb Corp. to expand its initial development plans. more
When Sun City opened to the public Jan. 1, 1960, initial visitors were greeted by an elaborate water fountain, five model homes, a recreation center, golf course, shopping center and a restaurant. more
A Sun City man was among 17 designated as heroes by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission. more
One of the first buildings constructed in Sun City was a medical office located directly behind the community’s first shopping center and across the street from what is today home to the Del Webb Sun Cities Museum. more
Mountain View Recreation Center, 9749 N. 107th Ave., became Sun City’s third recreation center when it officially opened in June 1967. more
The Knights of Columbus in Sun City West were busy Aug. 22 gathering food for donation to a food distribution agency. more
What does one do during a “stay at home” order? Sun City residents John and Nancy Schmidt built a railroad. more
A Sun City resident found a use for keys replaced by new ones in lock boxes at community residences. more
When Sun City opened Jan. 1, 1960, prospective home buyers were introduced to a “new way of living” and the nation’s first community specifically catering to the needs of retirees. more
Two Peoria High School students have launched a fundraiser to provide COVID-19 survival kits for Sun City senior citizens. more
After hosting a success blood and food drive, the Alliance of Business and Community in Sun City West will host another event. more
Sun Health Foundation is proud to tell stories of people who are giving back, those foundation officials consider true “heroes with heart.” more
Amy Schultz found a way to turn a negative into a positive. more
During a worldwide health crisis, it might be thought people would be in more need of medical and related equipment. more
With an excessive heat warning in effect through 8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3 and temperatures hovering well over 110 degrees, July is poised to go out with a flame. more
The Sun City streets were alive with bicycles overnight July 17-18 in the Sun City Cycling Club’s first “12 Hours of Sun City Challenge.” more
Food is a necessity, but not always affordable for some. more
The reopening of Books Around the Corner remains an uncertainty, but one Friends of the Sun City Libraries continues and appears to be picking up steam. more
The Kuentz Recreation Center, 14401 R.H. Johnson Blvd., was the third recreation center built in Sun City West. more
The Cycling Club of Sun City threw down the gauntlet — or in this case the cycling glove. more
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