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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced Monday, March 30 the extension of school closures through the end of the school year. more
Just as schools, entertainment venues and community facilities have faced the debilitating results of the coronavirus pandemic, halting activities as normal for the foreseeable future, so too have … more
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, local businesses and groups are building essential kits to help seniors and others in need of supplies. Radiant Community Services, 15522 W. Paradise Lane, Surprise, … more
Arizona is nearing 1,000 cases of COVID-19 after officials released new numbers Sunday, March 29. The state has 919 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, according to the Arizona Department of … more
PHOENIX (AP) — A woman who has been a key figure leading Arizona's response to the coronavirus pandemic has resigned after complaining she was being sidelined from her role. more
Saturday's reported jump in Arizona COVID-19 cases was not as large as the 157-person increase reported Friday, but it did mark the second straight day with more than 100 new cases in the … more
Dignity Health in Arizona has launched Virtual Care Anywhere, a free virtual urgent care service for anyone in the community experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19.   Virtual … more
Traditionally summer school calls for students sitting in a classroom over summer break. And while that is good for some, others may prefer to attend school online. The Dysart Unified School District … more
Pima County has joined Maricopa County as the only two in Arizona reporting over 100 cases of COVID-19, as the state total nears 700. The Arizona Department of Health Services released new numbers … more
PHOENIX – A new report from the data firm Civis Analytics says Maricopa County is at risk of the second greatest undercount in the 2020 census – which could end in losses up to $13.2 … more
The Surprise City Council's budget retreat on Friday, March 27 has been moved to Council Chambers at City Hall, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) has updated the community transmission level of COVID-19 in Arizona to widespread. Widespread transmission indicates that cases have been confirmed in … more
With most schools in Arizona closed through April 10 due to the coronavirus, not all students are off the hook when it comes to class time. Remote learning is becoming a part of the social … more
Dysart Unified School District is keeping on top of changes due to precautions over the spread of the COVID-19 virus. As recently as March 19, there are no confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the … more
To help stop the spread of COVID-19, Sands Chevrolet is stepping up in a unique way. As a free public service available to anyone in the Greater Phoenix area, Sands will pick up vehicles and take … more
More than a week after President Donald Trump declared a national state of emergency, Maricopa County officials and others across the country still don’t have enough personal protective … more
The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in the state is at 401, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services. more
“Meals of Joy” is now delivering meals for free to Surprise seniors 62 and over. more
As people are confined to their homes due to the coronavirus pandemic, Common Sense has launched two new webpages compiling extensive resources for parents and educators with best practices for … more
Sharing is caring, and many Southwest Valley residents have turned increasingly to social media to get the word out about what’s on store shelves and other resources as COVID-19 fears continue … more
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