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At the intersection of 107th and Grand avenues in Sun City a trio of flagpoles stand in the median on the south side. more
The Sun City Fire and Medical Department is under new leadership following the retirement of Ron Deadman. more
A new treatment is available in Peoria to ease the symptoms of high-risk COVID-19 patients and keep them out of hospitals. more
Youngtown residents can now go back to the usual location for U.S. Postal Service business. more
Facing continued limitations on tax revenue and ever rising demand for service, Sun City Fire District officials are searching alternative avenues of funding. more
You know you’ve been there before — you look down and spotting that cash on the ground all by itself and nobody around. Maybe it was only a dollar, but maybe it was your lucky day and your eyes spotted a Finsky, or maybe it was an Andrew Jackson or many Andrew Jacksons, oh perfect world! more
The Sun City Home Owners Association office remains closed but the agency is not idle. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 5,497 on Feb. 26. more
As the coronavirus pandemic has forced more of people’s interactions behind screens, the Maricopa County Libraries is helping to make sure all county residents have access to a screen and to … more
Peoria Police Detectives arrested 66-year-old Marco Chinchilla, of Sun City, on suspicion of one count of Sexual Abuse and one count of Vulnerable Adult Abuse for allegedly inappropriately touching a Peoria Unified student. more
Recreation Centers of Sun City officials have not closed the door completely on one of their facilities hosting a COVID-19 vaccination site. more
The rain came in January and left its signature in its wake at several Recreation Centers of Sun City facilities. more
With the Cactus League calling “Play Ball” for spring training, fans will flock to the ballparks — although in smaller flocks. more
Having a home, vehicle or business burglarized can be a feeling of being violated, and it is something Sun Cities residents and business owners continue to experience. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 5,438 on Feb. 19. more
Since the pandemic led to a rash of significant closures about two weeks into last year’s spring training season, nothing has been normal in professional athletics. more
Vehicle owners in the Northwest Valley should keep a careful watch on their cars and trucks as thieves are again targeting parts for theft. more
EPCOR USA Inc. is extending its program to help Arizona customers with monthly bill credits into 2021 as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to hit the economy. more
Model boat owners could see changes to rules on Viewpoint Lake and residents may have to rethink their drink containers. more
Working with restrictions, most notably a shortened timeline, Sun City Community Assistance Network volunteers are keeping up with the load during tax season. more
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