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A local Girl Scout Brownie troop delivered $1,000 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, donating funds to the hospital’s Camp Rainbow program serving cancer patients. Brownie Troop 4917 from … more
Meet your neighbor, Robert Zuart, a Scottsdale resident who makes a living as a professional electrician. Read below to get to know Mr. Zuart, including what he considers to be the best days. … more
Local health agencies are partnering with Superstition Community Food Bank to sponsor a pickleball benefit tournament to feed the hungry. The tournament is 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, April 17, at the … more
What began as a challenge to keep a “crafty” seven-year-old Nicholas Bubeck, of Scottsdale, busy during quarantine has resulted in a soaring business a year later. more
On March 30, Cosanti in Paradise Valley hosted the Cause Bell Check Presentation Ceremony, during which the organization made a nearly $20,000 donation to the Arizona Community Foundation. In … more
Philip A. Tremonti has resigned as president of the board of the Superstition Community Food Bank, a position he held for the past year. Mr. Tremonti, along with Executive Director Myra Garcia, … more
If you bought Girl Scout cookies this spring, there’s a good chance you bought a box from Troop 558 in Peoria. more
Meet your neighbor, Allan Naplan, who’s 20 year history in the opera industry — including having his work played in outer space — has led him to take charge of the Arizona … more
Nominations are being accepted through April 15 for the city of Mesa Hometown Heroes Banner Program. The program is a tribute to recognize and honor Mesa residents and their family members who are … more
If there’s any advice Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank Executive Director Leanne Leonard would give to other nonprofits participating in Arizona Gives Day on Tuesday, April 6, it would be “promote, promote, promote!” more
A keepsake, although typically sentimental in value, can speak volumes to where a person has been, who they are and who they were at a particular time — but the time of the novel coronavirus … more
Russell St. John, 48, former director of the Boys & Girls Club branch in Apache Junction, recently died. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Russell St. John as we shared … more
Name: Krystin C. Christy Age: 24 Town/neighborhood: Apache Junction (downtown) When and why I moved here: I purchased my first home in Apache Junction on Jan. 6. I fell in love with the … more
The story of a friendly fugitive who found his way home thanks to the Goodyear Police Department was a bright spot on the department’s Facebook page March 30, garnering more than 300 likes and 24 comments. more
The Pinal County Veterans Memorial Foundation is raising funds for a memorial and has a fundraising golf tournament May 22 at Poston Butte Golf Club, 6100 W. Merrill Ranch Parkway in … more
George Brooks Jr., Ph.D., Mesa Community College sustainable agriculture faculty member, has been nominated by the Aquaponics Association to serve on the new USDA Advisory Committee on Urban and … more
Local Girl Scout troops rallied together to sell over 2 million boxes of cookies this year despite increased social distancing because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Girl Scout Arizona … more
Meet Sharon Lehew, a Chandler resident who has been a longtime leader at Scottsdale jewelry store, Robbins Brothers. Your Name: Sharon Lehew Age (optional): 61 Business: Robbins Brothers … more
The Metropolitan Fire Chiefs Association recently announced its award honorees and for the first time in its 56-year history fire chiefs from the largest jurisdictions throughout the world have … more
Born in 1921, Apache Junction resident Lucille Brown turns 100 on March 29. Thirty five years ago she moved to Apache Junction from Wisconsin. She has worked dozens of years helping with the … more
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