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Loud cheers and whistles echoed in an Anthem boardroom July 28 as residents packed in to dissuade board members to keep a tennis court for its residents. In June, the Anthem Community Council … more
Calling all Anthem residents — is there a project you’ve always wanted your community to fund? Now is your chance to pitch ideas as a special committee is expected to be formed to hear … more
For students in the Maricopa County Community College District, the Collision Repair Technician Program allows an opportunity to explore auto body mechanics while also feeding their creativity. … more
Impenetrable. Unbreakable. Protected. “The product is what we call a physical pest barrier in the world of pest control, and they call it integrated pest management,” said Tony … more
Health care workers in and around Phoenix are once again springing into action as an uptick in severe COVID-19 cases — largely caused by the highly transmissible Delta variant — rattles hospitals. more
The history of American municipal, county and state police for the last quarter-century — both proponents and detractors of law enforcement, say — has been marred by acts of disgusting … more
The search for the next Anthem leader to head the community’s top role is underway after the resignation of a former IBM executive who held the position. The Anthem Community Council soon will … more
A 15-hour flight to Taipei in October 2019 helped jump start a process that led Phoenix officials to land a Taiwanese semiconductor company. On Oct. 17, 2019, city of Phoenix officials left Sky … more
Finally, a little relief arrived this week with the start of monsoon season, bringing with it rising humidity and thunderstorms across much of the state. While the moisture could improve air … more
Litchfield Park-based mobile barber Darryl Brandt has partnered with nonprofit Trevor’s Vision to provide haircuts to the homeless and less fortunate throughout the Valley, but they need help. more
The vulnerabilities of rural Arizona communities to being disconnected from broadband Internet access for inordinate amounts of time have exposed life-and-death scenarios, an inability to develop new … more
While school may be out for summer, Arizona Public Service Co. is seeking to help local teachers get ready for the upcoming academic year with grants for classroom resources. Through the APS … more
A 2021 Anthem area high school graduate received a prestigious honor June 17 for his work with the Civil Air Patrol, the Arizona Wing of the group announced. Arizona’s Civil Air Patrol … more
The Phoenix City Council is expected to vote next month on whether a controversial development near Anthem should move forward. The development — the Arise North Phoenix — has … more
A new survey from Maricopa County Department of Public Health asks county residents ages 12 and older how COVID-19 has impacted them and their families. more
Calling all bicyclists, scooter riders and skateboarders: Anthem will soon have an all-wheel outdoor area just for you. In August, Anthem Community Council officials will help break ground on a … more
Grand Canyon University won its first WAC conference tournament title last Saturday and looks to make noise in the NCAA Tournament as they face the No. 5 seeded Arizona Wildcats. It was not an … more
Do your part to prevent wildfires. That’s the message fire officials want to spread as fire season seems to be ramping up all over the Valley. On June 1, the Arizona Fire and Medical … more
Since the early 1970s, the Fiesta Bowl has been synonymous with excellence in American major university football oftentimes pitting some of the best collegiate programs in history against one … more
Rising costs and successful risk mitigation were main factors in Anthem Community Council’s decision to reduce its excess liability insurance coverage by $10 million earlier this … more
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