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As a fire fighter for the Peoria Fire-Medical Department, Capt. Hunter Clare was badly injured in an explosion at an APS battery facility in Surprise in April of 2019, and has yet to return to full duty work. more
Homeward Bound, a Phoenix-based nonprofit dedicated to providing families experiencing homelessness a pathway out of property, hosted its inaugural Toast! event on Oct. 17, at The Clayton House in … more
In early October, more than 100 volunteers from Fiesta Bowl Charities and Salt River Project joined KABOOM! to build a state-of-the-art playground at a local community center. The new … more
Science tells us that dog ownership is linked to myriad health benefits. Dogs can help lower anxiety and loneliness, increase cognitive function and promote better heart health for their human … more
The wait is nearly over. After a long hiatus because of COVID-19, the Phoenix Heart Ball is preparing for the return of its highly- anticipated, black-tie fundraising raising event for heart … more
Centennial High School Senior Crystal Bond has a bright future ahead of her. more
The Thunderbirds --- hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open --- announced the 2021 edition of “The People’s Open” raised more than $3.8 million that will be awarded to Arizona … more
Canyon Ridge Elementary School, a kindergarten through eighth-grade campus in the Dysart Unified School District, hosted its annual celebration of United States Constitution Day Sept. 17. The … more
Longtime Paradise Valley resident, Cynthia Finefrock, is an award-winning author whose dog shares the credit for the inspiration behind her book, “Winston the traveling Dog.” more
The Phoenix Cancer Support Network has broken previous fundraising records, raising over $66,000 at the organization’s fifth annual Friendraiser & Gala. This annual event provides … more
Trustees of Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust awarded a total of $123 million in surprise grants to 71 Arizona nonprofits — the largest single-day grant initiative in Arizona’s history, … more
No one knows the value of a dollar more than Paradise Valley resident Candy Valentino, who came from humble beginnings. After graduating from high school in Pennsylvania, Valentino spread her … more
Tony Servin knows all too well the rift that a suicide can cause, especially when that person has her whole life ahead of her. more
The Apache Junction City Council recently was updated on the services provided by Genesis Project, a coalition of churches banded together for the purpose of aiding the less fortunate. The council … more
Residents rest for the busy pace ahead when routines will fuel the day’s energy. The population takes a break from bouncing off each other in the familiar frenzy that arrives when the sun comes up. There’s a select few, however, who find themselves in go-mode during the overnights. The graveyard shifts. more
The Human Services Campus is investing funds from a $200,000 Thunderbirds Charities grant to enhance and expand services critical to ending homelessness for local clients of the outreach … more
Peoria made the list as one of the best cities in the U.S. for outdoor grilling, and even leads the nation in low-cost chicken. more
For Peoria resident Kimberly Muhammad, volunteerism and lifting her community up is a way of life. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 3,707 new coronavirus cases and 63 new deaths Friday, for a total of 1,001,871 cases and 18,724 deaths. more
Sometimes nature’s best medicine is the great outdoors, some might say, as feeling the breeze of natural wind or the smell of naturally occurring flora and fauna can help change, reset and show … more
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