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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
Leadership is the legacy that defines Dale Marr, who in 2021 is celebrating 40 years in the construction industry, 28 of those helping guide the growth of Concord General Contracting … more
TruWest Credit Union employees recently donated food, pantry and hygiene items for the Mesa Community College “Mesa Market.” TruWest partnered with MCC to refurbish the “Mesa … more
Lana Whitehead, the founder and pesident of SWIMkids USA in Mesa, has received the 2021 U.S. Swim School Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award. The highly prestigious national award is … more
Attention all artists interested in displaying their masterpieces at the city of Apache Junction offices. The city is bringing back the program of showcasing local artists at City Hall and the Apache … more
“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods continue Nov. 9. “Attend these free … more
Mesa soap manufacturer The Soap Gal recently donated 4,500 pounds of soap — roughly 70,000 bars — to Phoenix Rescue Mission in support of Arizonans who are facing homelessness. The … more
Zachary Langenbach of Apache Junction is a member of the Monmouth College Fighting Scots football team. The Scots will look to extend their four-game winning streak against Cornell College for … 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
Gold Canyon resident Jennifer Rhine-Walker is the new local coordinator for International Cultural Exchange Services. “I have lived in the Phoenix East Valley for a little over a year and am … more
A mature 16-year-old, Freddy isn’t afraid to express his wants and needs. He knows he wants a family that will help him become a successful adult and be there for him even after he turns 18. more
Peralta Trail Elementary school teacher Chad Young was vacationing in Flagstaff over fall break when he got a phone call from the school’s office manager. The school, Young was told, had … more
The city of Mesa’s volunteer recruitment fair is 4-6 p.m. Tuesday Oct. 19, at the Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St. It is an opportunity for residents to learn about the different ways to … 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
Name: Kylie DiggesAge: 40Town/neighborhood: Eastmark in MesaWhen and why I moved here: My husband and I moved to Mesa in 2017. We each owned condos, in Chandler and Gilbert, before getting married, … more
Thanks to volunteer John Young, the Superstition Community Food Bank now has a convenient drop-off to expedite food donations. Young built the drop-off to resemble a little orange house with a … more
During September, Entrada del Oro resident Barbara Cox donated her Alvarez guitar and accessories to a most-deserving student, Riley Neumann, a participant of the Lead Guitar program at Apache … more
The students at Desert Vista Elementary School are seated on the lawn just beyond the school entrance when one of the Be Kind educators/dancers asks them a question. “Raise your hand if … more
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