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Along with adjustments in club activities, the Sun City Cycling Club members wanted find a way to do something for the community. more
St. Mary’s Food Bank stepped up to distribute more than 20 million pounds of emergency food to Arizona families in need since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic — millions of pounds helping tens of thousands more than during the same period last year. more
With Arizona restaurants cautiously opening to dine-in status last week, it has been business as usual — mostly — for the Sun City Meals on Wheels program. more
The West Valley Mavericks Foundation awarded more than $375,000 in grants to 82 local non-profit organizations, the organization announced in a May 21 news release. The foundation is a 501(c)(3) … more
Members of the Sun City Grand Music Club honored some of the unsung heroes in its local hospitals—both Banner Del Webb and Banner Boswell—by providing lunch to those who clean the … more
Red Nose Day is back for the sixth year at Walgreens, with 240 locations across Arizona. While the mission to raise money to end child poverty remains more important now than ever, the "Red Nose" … more
There is a new look to the Sun City Posse website that officials believe will provide residents with a more clear picture of the organizations. more
When Jim Hunter, Sun City Home Owners Association board president, arrived at the office an hour before a mask giveaway there, he saw a long line of residents waiting to get them from AT&T. more
Meals of Joy, a Litchfield Park-based nonprofit meal delivery service for West Valley seniors in need, has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Microsoft COVID-19 Response Fund. Funds will be … more
Walking has taken on new life in Sun City since the coronavirus came along. more
When Sun City first opened Jan. 1, 1960, prospective buyers were treated to five model homes, a shopping center, restaurant, golf course and a recreation center. more
Benevilla is responding to the “new normal” the COVID-19 pandemic has created by making its Life Coaching Program more accessible to the community. The Benevilla Life Coaching program … more
In honor of frontline workers in the battle against COVID-19, several aircraft from Luke Air Force Base conducted a flyover above a majority of Valley communities on May 1. The event included the … more
Last week, local historian Bret McKeand shared a story of a Circle K convenience store that was built at 103rd and Grand avenues decades ago to serve the needs of Sun City. more
Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust has awarded $2,510,000 in emergency grants to help six hospitals and hospital systems in Maricopa County respond to the COVID-19 health crisis. The Trust also … more
      ‘Independent at Home’ live online workshop will aid seniors Benevilla will present on care services, resources Benevilla, 16752 N. Greasewood St., … more
Circle K became the first business in Sun City to be open 24 hours when it opened a convenience market in the early-1970s at 12440 N. 103rd Ave., just south of Grand Avenue. more
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has issued an Ozone High Pollution Advisory for Tuesday, April 28. A “High Pollution Advisory” or “HPA” means the highest … more
The GLSEN Day of Silence is a national student-led demonstration where LGBTQ+ students and allies all around the country --- and the world ---take a vow of silence to protest the harassment and … more
During stay-at-home conditions due to the novel coronavirus, Maricopa County Library District (MCLD) has come up with new ways to meet the communities’ changing needs. After launching … more
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