Residential infill development in the West Valley is tilting from single-family communities toward more vertical apartment- or condo-style dwellings.
The speed of the changeover in three suburbs west of Phoenix depends on the degree new housing units are truly “infill”
A development project neighborhood meeting has been called for a possible zone change to allow a multi-family residential project at the southwest corner of Mountain View Boulevard and White Horse Trail.
Technically, 2022 is Highland Prep’s second season of AIA football. In reality, the young program from the charter school in Surprise hit the reset button.
The Honey Badgers have a full 10-game schedule and play in a region for the first time. A new coach will lead a largely new roster onto the field.
The city of Surprise Parks and Recreation Department and the Michael Phelps Foundation teamed up this summer to teach children ages 6-12 about water safety, conduct swim lessons and teach overall life skills
Surprise City Council approved funding to support the Neighborhood Grant Program that provides eligible neighborhoods with small grants to fund neighborhood events, functions or community improvements.
WHAM Community Art Center is not just about visual arts, rather the association has been promoting literary art through poetry slams for five years, collaborating with Surprise Arts and Cultural Commission.