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At 16 years-old Cerue is ready for forever. The social butterfly makes friends easily, but she’s ready to find a family to love and call her own. Cerue likes to stay busy hiking, … more
Eleven-year-old Constintine, or CJ as he’s called, is like most fifth grade boys. He’s friendly and talkative, loves the outdoors, and wants nothing more than a family to call his … more
The Diamondbacks are the Valley of the Sun’s undisputed hometown team, with a large and loyal red sea of support to prove it. Yet the fan base of their biggest rival, the Los Angeles Dodgers, can give them the blues, especially on their home turf. more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week, compiled from archives of Independent Newsmedia, Newspapers.com and the city of Surprise historical records. more
Misae Camilleri is a new Arizona business owner, bringing a new style of gel nail art she learned in her native Tokyo, Japan, to the Scottsdale and Paradise Valley areas. Your Name: Misae … more
Jessica Diede from Phoenix was selected from more than 100 applicants worldwide to join the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women 2021 class of “Real Women.” more
The Thunderbirds — hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open — has announced the tournament raised $115,250 through its Faces on 16 campaign, a program that had fans donate money to have … more
Founder and CEO Julian Wright alongside Head of Brewing operations Dereck “Doc” Osborn are competing to see who can create and sell the most pizzas while donating revenue to dog … more
A staple in Paradise Valley’s history has passed on, but the legacy Peter Wainwright instilled within the local police force and beyond will continue. Peter Stuyvesant Wainwright was born in … more
The Surprise Parks and Recreation Department will offer Spring Break Camp from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 15 through 19 at Sierra Montana Recreation Center, 14861 N. Spring Lane. more
Chances are that whether they live in Arizona or not, many people have heard of Tombstone and the Shootout at the OK Corral. The same, unfortunately, can’t be said about Florence, even though … more
February is #LoveMyPark month in Mesa and to celebrate, Mesa Parks and Recreation is creating community rock gardens in seven locations around the municipality. “Our hope is to spread more … more
In addition to providing music education to schools, the Gold Canyon Arts Council provides art education and supplies through its “Leland Wilson Art Project.” The project … more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week, compiled from archives of Independent Newsmedia, Newspapers.com and the city of Surprise historical records. more
Benevilla plans a pair of seminars via Zoom in February. more
Remember how making sourdough bread became a thing during last year’s COVID-19 lockdown? Well, it turns out that as our means of entertainment continue to be restricted due to the virus, some … more
The Women’s Board of the Barrow Neurological Foundation raised a record $8.5 million for Barrow Neurological Institute through the 2021 Barrow Grand Ball, “A Grand Toast to Barrow.” … more
Spirit of Children donated $176,210 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital during a Jan. 29 check presentation. The funds make hospital stays easier for young patients and their families through … more
The Surprise Parks and Recreation Department is looking for responsible people with a positive attitude to join its aquatics team. more
It was the first week of January 2001 and Martin Loftus was celebrating his birthday. Mr. Loftus and a friend, Gary Nine, headed to Garfield Sports Lounge, a now-defunct sports bar just outside … more
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