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Paradise Valley roadway quality remains pristine while exceeding national standards

Many of the roadways Paradise Valley residents and motorists drive on are in pristine condition, officials say, requiring minimal work in the upcoming townwide maintenance plan to begin this …

Jan. 30 deadline nears for 2020 Paradise Valley volunteer appointments

The Town of Paradise Valley seeks residents interested in sharing their time and experience by serving on one of the town’s volunteer committees. Paradise Valley has a proud tradition of …

Town committees shed light on topics top of mind for Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley’s municipal volunteer committee members, which arguably could be considered a backbone of the community, gave its elected officials a rundown of happenings in each of their …

Short-term rental reforms appear at play at Arizona Legislature

Potential reform of short-term rentals seems nearly inevitable, one elected leader says, as residents and officials around Arizona vented further issues at a second bipartisan meeting at the Arizona …

Man succumbs to injuries sustained from moped accident

A 68-year-old man has died from injuries sustained from a moped accident that occurred in the area of north Fanfol Drive and east Mountain View Road.

Listen, my children, and you shall hear,Of the tale of a Mayor and Council who we do revere.They took office in January, two thousand nineteen,And what a record of accomplishments we have seen.It is …


Sanctuary villas undergo name change, renovations

Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa recently unveiled the results of a series of renovations and refreshments of its private villa collection.

Three attorneys attain partner status at Jaburg Wilk

Jaburg Wilk named three attorneys --- Nichole Wilk, Natalya Ter-Grigoryan and Michelle Ronan --- as partners of the firm effective Jan. 1.

Sojourner Center, Two Pups Wellness Fund partner in Phoenix

Sojourner Center, a of domestic violence shelters with the ability to accept pets, recently forged a partnership with Phoenix nonprofit Two Pups Wellness Fund.

SVN Desert Commercial Advisors seeks record year

SVN Desert Commercial Advisors --- a full service commercial brokerage firm --- wrapped up 2019 with a 29% increase on last year’s numbers, the company reports.

Bunker Labs begins new chapter aiding veterans in Phoenix

Bunker Labs --- a national non-profit helping veteran, military spouse and active military entrepreneurs --- will celebrate the official opening of the Phoenix chapter with a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 20 at WeWork Block 23 in downtown Phoenix.

Grand Canyon University recently announced the hiring of Chris Cissell as the next head coach of its women’s soccer program.

The Navajo Times, a newspaper based out of Window Rock in the Navajo Nation, named Xavier College Preparatory volleyball player Kaori Robertson to its all-star list.
Tony Winters' collection includes his Granite Creek Confluence.

Olney Gallery to host First Friday artist reception for Tony Winters

Out of His Heart Will Flow Rivers - the Paintings of Tony Winters will be displayed Feb 5-26 at the Olney Gallery at Trinity Episcopal …
The PHX Vegan Food Festival is Saturday, Feb. 29 at Margaret T. Hance Park, 1202 N. 3rd St.

Fifth annual vegan festival returns, Feb. 29

The PHX Vegan Food Festival returns to downtown Phoenix for its fifth anniversary season showcasing more than 100 vegan and …
Carrie Marill's worked called Alchemy, 2019, acrylic on linen.

Lisa Sette Gallery to host Carrie Marill work

Carrie Marill is on display at Lisa Sette Gallery in Phoenix with an exhibit called Protected Vulnerability, which will run through …
Ballet Arizona is hosting auditions in Phoenix on March 1.

Ballet Arizona to host auditions for coming season

Ballet Arizona announced its upcoming open audition dates for 2020 as part of its search for talented dancers of all ages to fill …
Suzanne Wilson is the new president and chief executive officer of The Phoenix Symphony.

The Phoenix Symphony names Suzanne Wilson as president, CEO

The Phoenix Symphony Board of Directors has selected Suzanne Wilson, a performing arts industry veteran, as the organization’s new …