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Mountain Vista Medical Center and Florence Hospital, both Steward family hospitals, have selected Patrick Dunn as their new chief nursing officer. Dunn will be instrumental in aligning clinical … more
With the Fourth of July just around the corner, the Peoria Fire-Medical Department is encouraging the safe and responsible use of fireworks, which includes following all state and local laws, as well as safe handling and disposal of consumer fireworks. more
Meghann Wicks, store manager at Fry’s Food Stores in Gilbert, has been recognized as one of 2021’s “Top Women in Grocery” by Progressive Grocer magazine, a national food … more
Glendale farmers market buffs take note — a new option is coming to town. more
Mesa Community College recently recognized faculty members for excellence in teaching and learning with Endowed Teaching Awards. Faculty members Diana Breed, R.N. and Elizabeth … more
A job fair will be held 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Aug. 24 at the Salvation Army, 241 E. Sixth St. in Mesa. “Save the date. National and local companies will be doing interviews, discussing job … more
On June 5, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona hosted its annual Tee Up For Kids Topgolf Tournament presented by DEPCOM Power and Leslie’s Pool Supplies. Additional top sponsors … more
People with dementia, or in hospice with dementia, spend many hours sitting or lying down. They may be bored, anxious, unable to interpret their environment accurately or unable to recognize family members. more
It’s impossible to miss brothers Angel and Juan. Fun loving and incredibly social, the brothers are always on the go. more
The second annual Juneteenth Freedom Celebration in Scottsdale was a big cookout complete with music, friends and families including the elders like Gwen and Ernie Calhoun. more
All Kids Bike, a national program on a mission to teach every child in America how to ride a bike, is working to bring the All Kids Bike Kindergarten PE Program to Lindbergh Elementary School in … more
Jehovah’s Witnesses has moved its annual in-person convention to a virtual format for the second time in as many years, canceling nearly 6,000 conventions in 240 lands. “Powerful by … more
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and former news anchor Kari Lake announced their opposing candidacies for governor recently in short speeches posted to their respective Twitter … more
COVID-19 certainly changed the normal events for the Surprise Knights of Columbus — no golf tournament, no rummage sale with the guild, no helping Arizona Special Olympics, and no Tootsie Roll … more
Following more than a year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers — including pet therapy dogs — have returned to Banner Desert Medical Center and Banner Children’s at … more
Dr. William C. Thompson IV is now working at The CORE Institute’s orthopedic practice in Mesa. Thompson is a double board-certified anesthesiologist and pain medicine specialist who is … more
Central Arizona College recognized the May 2021 graduating class and celebrated their success during a recent virtual graduation ceremony.Students Sarah Lautzenheiser and Alexsondra Nathan were … more
The energy is contagious when you spend time with siblings Tony and Jessica. The teenagers are full of life, love, and positivity. more
Mesa resident Glenn Walling shares his life-changing experience in his debut book “I Met God and Also Satan: The Out-of-Body Experience That Dramatically Changed My Life.” It is … more
Dogs need protective boots when walking outside during the summer in Glendale. more
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