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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
Racism is not new in American society but has risen to the forefront in recent years, and a number of local groups are working to make it an important topic of conversation for all who want to participate. more
Sun City residents enjoy sharing their community with guests, but have been denied that opportunity because of the COVID-19 virus when Recreation Centers of Sun City officials barred guests from facilities. more
In response to some resident complaints, the Recreation Centers of Sun City Board of Directors may take action to limit powered model boats on Viewpoint Lake. more
Sun Cities residents will have more options to provide input on a pending EPCOR Water Co. rate and consolidation request. more
Some Sun City residents are increasingly concerned about homeless encroaching on the community, but Sun City Posse officials plan to address the issue aggressively. more
The deadline for filing for widow/widower’s personal property tax exemption was changed from Sept. 1 to March 1 of the current year. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 5,162 on Feb. 5. more
In their continuing efforts to prevent suicide and non-natural causes of death among former service members, America’s Warrior Partnership and the Southwest Valley-based Reveille Foundation will host a joint Facebook Live event Wednesday, Feb. 17, to discuss how people can get involved in Operation Deep Dive, a community-based suicide prevention study. more
Recreation Centers of Sun City will not participate in an effort, if one should occur, to pursue establishing a point of distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in Sun City. more
If it gains final approval, the Recreation Centers of Sun City’s Communication Through Technology Committee will produce a video news magazine. more
Work began on the long-planned expansion at Royal Oaks, a senior living community in Sun City. more
The intensity of the water fight in the Sun Cities ramped up last week as the Arizona Corporation Commission began reviewing matter in the case. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 4,920 on Jan. 29. more
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