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The Arrowhead Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. (NCL), the nation’s premier mother-daughter volunteer organization, has announced its Annual Membership Drive. Applications are being … more
By Roger BallIndependent Newsmedia Both the Dysart Unified School District bond issue and budget override election issues failed to pass. Unofficial results from the Maricopa County … more
The Motors and Meals community fundraising event Oct. 20 raised approximately $30,000 for the nonprofit Northwest Valley Connect, whose mission is to provide transportation services for homebound … more
The presentation “A Woman in STEM” (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) was Oct. 17 in Sun City West’s Webb Room, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd. Dr. Lindy Elkins-Tanton, … more
Federal grant money is helping the Surprise Fire Medical Department snuff out a fire that erupted when it pulled an engine out of a busy fire station earlier this month. more
When the city unveils its Shared Active Transportation Vehicles pilot program next week, Surprise residents will be able to give their feedback right away. more
 It appears Saturday, Feb. 1 is the target date to open the new Asante Library, which is under construction at 16763 W. Vereda Solana Drive.The City of Surprise and the Maricopa … more
Anybody who has ever wanted to help somebody with their taxes is now getting the perfect opportunity to do so. more
Officials from the Surprise Police Department and Western Maricopa Education Center Northwest Campus met Oct. 3 for an official exchanging of keys as a retired police cruiser was donated to the … more
Surprise leaders are swimming in decisions about what to do about the pools in the community. more
  Like they have every year since 2004, baseball fans will have the chance to see college baseball, as well as Major League Baseball spring training, in February and March. [Jason … more
Residents in the Original Town Site who have been hoping for more hours at the Hollyhock Library, 15844 N. Hollyhock St., are about to get their wish. After about a yearlong push from residents in the area, the City Council on Oct. 1 agreed to spend $43,000 from the Contingency fund to pay for doubling the hours from 18 to 36 a week. more
One Arizona lawmaker made national news last week when he proposed a controversial city pay cap bill, which — if adopted — would affect municipal governments … more
Richard Smith West Valley Preps Nearly 30 minutes of Valley Vista blunders were wiped out by six minutes of Monsoon dominance. That's how the 13th "Battle of Surprise" careened from a 6-3 … more
All games played on Sept. 13 6A Valley Vista 41  Willow Canyon (5A) 6 Liberty 36  Henderson (Nev.) Liberty 33 (Game played in Nevada) Mountain Ridge 43  Tolleson 33 5A Centennial … more
Recruitment for the new year of the Surprise Youth Justice Project is currently underway with the deadline to apply Sunday, Sept. 22. The Surprise Youth Justice Project ran two Teen Court sessions … more
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona family is searching for a U.S. Marine who left for Camp Pendleton on Monday but never arrived at the base outside San Diego. Lance Cpl. Job Wallace, 20, was last seen … more
Construction of the voter-approved Waddell Road Improvement Project is underway. The Waddell Road project will complete the north and south half of Waddell from the east limit of Loop 303 to Reems … more
Donovan Johnson and Ian Lakandula For West Valley Preps It was a cross-town showdown Sept. 13 as Shadow Ridge defeated their hometown rival Willow Canyon by a score of 43-14 in their second … more
By Jason Stone, INDEPENDENT NEWSMEDIA The northern part of Surprise keeps growing. The City Council agreed Sept. 5 to approve a preliminary plat for the Paloma Creek housing development, while … more
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