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Beware of COVID-19 investment schemes

The Arizona Corporation Commission offers tips on how to safeguard yourself from fraudulent investment schemes amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Bank offers help for clients with hardships from COVID-19

Bank of America has announced additional support for its 66 million consumer and small business clients in response to the unprecedented challenges of the coronavirus.

Additional measures at Apache Junction parks to reduce spread of COVID-19

The Apache Junction Parks and Recreation department, in its continuing effort to reduce the community spread of COVID-19, has implemented additional measures in following guidelines set by the U.S. …

Arizona nears 1,600 cases of COVID-19

The Arizona Department of Health Services has reported nearly 1,600 cases of COVID-19 in the state, with 32 deaths.

Temporary service level changes at ADOR customer lobbies in Phoenix, Mesa

In light of COVID-19, the Arizona Department of Revenue has temporarily modified current services in an effort to protect the health and safety of its customers and employees while continuing to …

Pinal County to suspend issuance of open-burn permits

Starting April 2, Pinal County Air Quality will begin issuing only three-day open burning permits. All permits will expire by May 1 and Pinal County will suspend issuance of all open burning permits …

Drug-possession, theft in Gold Canyon reported March 21-27 to PCSO

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following incident reports in Gold Canyon for the week of March 21-27: Suspicious activity, reported at 2:37 p.m. March 21 in the 7100 block of …

Rotarians are “People of Action,” and Rotary clubs and their members throughout Arizona are pitching in to help where needed in their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic …

Empty grocery store shelves, while inconvenient to everyone, create a crisis to food banks everywhere. It’s a crisis because grocery stores, always so generous, now have substantially less …

Emergency relief grants available for Arizona artists, arts professionals

As part of broader crisis response strategies, Arizona arts funders and service organizations have set up a collaborative fund to provide emergency relief grants of $500-$1,500 to artists and arts …

Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center offers state-of-the-art support of individuality for all

A life solely under the guidance of one’s self is an ability most have --- but many do not --- and the understanding of this truth of life is at the core of a Phoenix-based nonprofit mission …

Human Service Campus takes homelessness awareness walk online

The second annual Human Services Campus Awareness Walk to End Homelessness is moving from the street to homes across the Valley as it goes virtual.

Creating a 'Rosie' outlook with Project Help

The rat-a-tat clicking of her abuela Guadalupe’s treadle sewing machine was a reassuring and familiar sound when Rosie Portugal-Brastad was a child. At 10 years old she took a seat next to …

Lawrence Wilk is named board chair of Child Crisis Arizona

Lawrence Wilk, shareholder and bankruptcy litigation attorney at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk, was recently named the chairman of the board of Child Crisis Arizona.

Waffle On Inn, 6822 S. Kings Ranch Road No. 5 in Gold Canyon, is temporarily closing until the take-out-only requirements for restaurants is lifted. "After a lot of heartfelt discussion, we have …

Mediacom, 1435 E. Old West Highway in Apache Junction, has closed its front office to walk-in customers to help slow the spread of COVID-19. "Following the governor’s order, we have closed …