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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
Sun City West author and psychologist Dr. Diane Holloway Cheney wrote “The Mind of Oswald” in 2000, about Lee Harvey Oswald. She was working at Parkland Hospital as a psychiatric nurse … more
“Death, Dismay and Rose,” the sixth cozy mystery novel in local author J.C. Eaton’s “Wine Trail Mysteries,” is set for release Sept. 29. The novel takes place at the … more
Since the early 1980s, Bruce Cody has been regarded as one of the premiere painters of large urban and small-town architectural motifs. His contemporary images range from high-rise towers with busy … 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
As long as Aileen Garvey can remember, she has had a brush or pencil in her hand. Her artistic interests range from designing and painting cabinets for her home to painting a mural, beautiful … more
Sun City West resident and screenwriter-producer Claire Hutchinson has published a book of Christian poetry entitled “To All Those Who Are on A Journey: Christian Poetry Volume 1.” Ms. … more
Longtime West Valley arts community contributor George Palovich has figured out a way to make art instruction work for his students during safe distancing -- and it’s not Zoom. more
The Recreation Centers of Sun City announced the reopening of it bowling facilities, for RCSC cardholders only and with several guidelines in place. Prior to entering RCSC facilities, RCSC has … more
Shirley Staggs, honorary chapter regent, presented Sun City resident Glydie Nelson, a member of the Sun City Agua Fria National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter, with a Vietnam … more
What does one do during a “stay at home” order? Sun City residents John and Nancy Schmidt built a railroad. more
Park West and the city of Peoria have joined forces to launch a public art competition themed, #PeoriaProud, to engage, involve and unite the community. more
The Rotary Club of Sun City West, with members hailing from Sun City West as well as Sun City, invited representatives of The Arizona Rangers to speak at their Aug. 14 meeting. Lieutenant Terry … more
The American Association of University Women, Northwest Valley branch, is celebrating its 40th anniversary of leadership for women this year. AAUW promotes equity and education for women and girls … more
A Sun City resident found a use for keys replaced by new ones in lock boxes at community residences. more
Sun Health At Home is continuing to see growth as more seniors look for ways to remain active and in their homes. 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
The Salvation Army Sun Cities “Meals on Wheels” has since March 19 provided 38,000 meals for those in need. A drive through hot breakfast along with a sack lunch is available 8-9:30 a.m. Monday-Friday. more
Benevilla realizes the senior population is the most vulnerable right now to Coronavirus and is increasingly important they practice self-isolation and stay at home during the pandemic. more
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