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In a normal year, hospitals have no problem staffing their halls with travel nurses to fill in gaps or prepare for the busy winter months. But 2021, much like the year before, has not been a normal year for the health care industry. more
PHOENIX — For those of you who thought the Thanksgiving feast this year would break the bank, there's some good news. Prices are up. But not as much as you might have thought. The latest … more
A helicopter landed near a New River home and emergency crews helped a New River family to safety after torrential flood waters nearly caused their mobile home to topple over. The incident, which … more
A tract of baron, desolate land was all but a pile of dirt and rocks surrounded by desert landscape scattered with cacti and Palo Verde trees.Then, developers had a vision for the land — 5,661 … more
An Anthem leader announced the hiring of a new executive director Wednesday to take the reigns as the master-planned community’s top manager. Bob McKenzie announced the hiring of Aaron … more
Baseball, America’s Pasttime is a game beloved by millions across the globe. The crack of the bat, the snap of the mitt, and the smell of a freshly manicured field of play below an aroma of cracker jacks and hot dogs provide an experience uniquely American one can only find at a local ballpark. more

There is no more function key to a local community than its local police force. In the case of the community of Anthem, through regular contractual agreements, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s … more
For more than 20 years, the Anthem Community Council has been a constant voice in support of its constituency at multiple levels of government here in Maricopa County with one idea in mind: Quality … more
A Phoenix-based developer announced the $37.2 million sale of a build-to-rent community along Deer Valley Road in north Phoenix. The developer, NexMetro Communities, announced the sale of the … more
Some experts on Arizona’s rising eviction rates stop short at saying Maricopa County leads the nation at ousting people from their homes. Knowledge Exchange for Resilience at Arizona State … more
Anthem residents will see a bit of an increase in amenity fees as part of their regular monthly dues as the Anthem Community Council approved the measure at last week’s meeting. The Anthem … more
Most APS customers should see their electricity bill decrease after the Arizona Corporation Commission voted to slash APS revenue by about $119.8 million. In October, the commission started a … more
On a hot June afternoon, Aaron Wallace attacked two older women, one in her 90s, at the Tucson boarding home where they all lived. Wallace, 39, has schizophrenia and had not been taking his … more

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has not yet made a decision on who will fill the supervisor seat left by Steve Chucri for District 2, according to a Maricopa County spokesperson, but they … more
Isaac Contreras lives alone and he says it’s making him sick. He’s got a room and a bathroom to himself, but the luxury stops there. Contreras has spent more than a year in … more
Construction on Phoenix’s new Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. fab is moving along without a hitch, according to a top TSMC official. Peter Cleveland, vice president of the TSMC legal … more
Chick Arnold pulls out an old scrapbook packed with newspaper clippings, just in case he forgets anything. At 74, Arnold has a shock of white hair and sparkle reminiscent of Steve Martin. Tucked … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation has signed an agreement with the developer team to design, build, operate and maintain the Interstate 17 Improvement Project from Anthem Way to Sunset … more
Arizona sports betting is poised to be big business as the Department of Gaming released its first revenue report on the dollars and cents recently changing hands in search of daily wins, parlay … more
Earlier this week when the most dominant online real estate marketplace publicly announced it was halting its buying program here in the Valley of the Sun the news sent shock waves throughout the … more

Anthem’s leaders are expected to approve the community’s 2022 budget during its regularly scheduled monthly meeting next week. Paul Conley, Anthem finance director, said the community … more
Arizona students took a hit when it came to learning during the pandemic so far, and it may take several years to correct that slide. The state is putting roughly $19 million into corrective … more
The Thunderbirds --- hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open --- announced the 2021 edition of “The People’s Open” raised more than $3.8 million that will be awarded to Arizona … more
The Sun City man accused of possessing child pornography resigned from his position with the Deer Valley Unified School District last week, according to a district spokeswoman. Curtis Scott … more
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