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Chris Berg has his hands full as a father, husband and the owner of Fully Loaded Deliveries at 2400 W. Union Hills Dr. in Phoenix. more
Local LGBTQ+ members are hopeful for change after having faced several political events this year that have impacted the future of their community. An event that marked a huge loss for the … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's office says he and his wife have left the state for a few days to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. Ducey Chief of Staff Daniel Scarpinato said … more
The Arizona Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers bestowed Ryan M. Sheade, LCSW, with the Social Worker of the Year Award. more
The images of the old west one may conjure when daydreaming are perfectly embodied by a Saturday afternoon in February at a place many in the Valley of the Sun envisage as “The West’s … more
Grand Canyon Member Carol McDermott recently received the DAR Community Service Award presented by Tochia Levine, community service committee chair. more
From hair-raising activities and daring demos, guests at the Arizona Science Center used STEM skills for science-related challenges to solve spooky mysteries on Halloween. more
The Paradise Valley Police Department has partnered with a local technology company to provide law enforcement professionals - sworn officers and civilian - with life coaches. more
SRP continues to help low-income households in Queen Creek that are behind on their payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The utility put in place a seven-month COVID-19 moratorium on power … more
Childhelp, a Valley-based national nonprofit dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse, celebrated its annual Wings event in a new virtual fashion, branded as The Childhelp Great Give … more
The Phoenix Indian Center’s premier fundraising event, Silver & Turquoise Ball had more than 1,000 people tuned in for the live-streamed event held virtually for the first time. more
Supporters valleywide will gather online for the second annual, “Moving Day Phoenix” event on Saturday, Nov. 14, to raise at least $50,000 to combat Parkinson’s Disease. more
An old adage exists for a reason and the one “the children are our future” holds true perhaps today with more sense of urgency than ever before. A fundamental key to success inside and … more
The Grand Canyon Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution – Scottsdale – celebrated the sixth annual National DAR Day of Service on Oct. 11, which was the day DAR was founded 130 years ago. more
The Rotary Club of Scottsdale recently hosted arts leaders who shared historical and future perspectives of arts programs in Scottsdale and throughout the Valley during the “COVID-19 crisis.” more
Gift of Adoption Fund is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides grants to help complete the adoptions of vulnerable children, giving them a permanent family and the chance to thrive. … more
Koren Hudson has joined the notMYkid as clinical director to lead the nonprofit’s new behavioral health services program. more
After nearly 15 years, Chevy Humphrey, the Arizona Science Center president/CEO will leave her post on Dec. 31 to be the first woman and Black American to lead the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. more
The Bonneville Salt Flats and land speed racing are synonymous. Bonneville is named after Benjamin Bonneville, who was an Army officer that explored the Western United States in the 1800s. The … more
The Arizona Silent Service Memorial, honoring veterans of Submarine Service who died in the line of duty, will soon be “bursting out of the water on an emergency ascent.” more
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