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A new partnership between the Area Agency on Aging and the City of Phoenix called "Hi Neighbor" will offer weekly telephone reassurance calls for emotional and social support for older adults who may be isolated, feeling anxious and alone and unable to connect with regular visitors. more
The first six months of calendar year 2020 has been more devastating to the Arizona restaurant industry than any other event that came before it, industry experts agree. “I have been in … more
The end of the line is nearing for the roundabouts at the Interstate 17 interchange at Happy Valley Road in north Phoenix. more
As of Friday, July 10 the state of Arizona remains ground zero due to continued reports of COVID-19 now widespread from corner to corner of the Grand Canyon State. The Arizona Department of Health … more
The return of professional sports will provide a portion of normalcy for many people, but what sports will look like is going to be far from normal. more
Municipal fire departments around the valley have been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic since late February and the call volume has decreased inside some organizations, officials contend. more
Starting Wednesday, July 8, the Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department is launching PHXPlays at Home, a free virtual recreation program. more
Maricopa County residents looking to bring a furry family member into their homes have an opportunity to do so for free this weekend when the Bissell Pet Foundation hosts its Empty the Shelters … more
The state of Arizona has already made technological changes to the medical marijuana program in the years since its been implemented. more
If there’s going to be an initiative to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, it may as well have 420,000 signatures to get it on the ballot. more
Eligible Maricopa County voters have until the end of Monday, July 6 to register to vote in the August Primary Election. Voters can go to Register.Maricopa.Vote to find information on eligibility … more
Like an old-fashioned game of freeze tag, many norms synonymous with going back to school are at a standstill until things can somewhat melt back to normal. more
The Valley Metro Regional Public Transportation Authority and Valley Metro Rail boards of directors have elected officers for the fiscal year of July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. more
Americans have seen times when patriotism in the country was through the roof, especially during times of crisis, like World War II, Operation Desert Storm or after 9/11. more
Cronkite students placed first in the nation in the writing category of the prestigious Hearst Journalism Awards program. more
When Olivia Riley was about 18-months-old, her parents, Kendra and Dave, noticed she was starting to move backward in both physical and mental cognitive development. Words Olivia knew and the … more
The detrimental effect of a childhood spent absent of the day-to-day rituals found with one's kin can have a lasting impact both on the child --- and the society that child encounters later in … more
The Grand Canyon University men’s basketball team has been placed in quarantine after four student-athletes and two support staff members tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving on campus. more
Developing and funding a transportation plan that will serve the Maricopa region for the next 20 years is a primary goal of the new chair of the Maricopa Association of Governments, according to a … more
What a difference a century makes. When the second wave of the Spanish flu pandemic ravaged Arizona in fall 1918, many people turned on their pets and strays. more
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