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Named one of the highest-producing Realtors in Maricopa County, Somone Wilder, the branch manager of DeLex Realty’s new Biltmore location adds another accolade to her list. more
In 2013, the Town of Paradise Valley launched an initiative to create a memorial to the late Bil Keane, a long-time resident and renowned cartoonist.  Mr. Keane, the creator of the Family … more
Civitan Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults with intellectual disabilities through various programs and employment services, will distribute meals to children in need at two Arizona locations this summer as part of the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). more
Veterans Heritage Project hosted Honor Roll, an in-person parade and virtual benefit to honor veterans, celebrate VHP program students, and raise funds for expanding the after-school program. more
First Christian Church Scottsdale has a big goal for 2021: provide 7,000 pounds of food to the food bank at Vista del Camino. Less than halfway through the year, FCCS is well on its way to … more
Last month, prominent women in law, business, real estate and fashion, came together for book talk, fashion show, and to raise awareness for Scottsdale's Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center during … more
A total of 160 Phoenix residents gathered for The Aggregate’s inaugural “Stronger Together” Luncheon held on April 23, at Mountain Shadows Resort in the Town of Paradise Valley. … more
Childhelp hosted its 14th Annual Childhelp Wings Virtual Fashion Show on Thursday, April 15, netting nearly $125,000. Proceeds from the event support the lifesaving services provided to abused … more
Ciera Babbrah, who hails from the Town of Paradise Valley, grew up in a Sun Devil family. With both of her parents being Arizona State University alumni and having a sister who currently attends … more
The Phoenix Women’s Board of the Steele Children’s Research Center — also known as PANDA — recently held its annual “Children Helping Children” Fashion … more
If all the world is a stage then we all have a certain role to play in our day-to-day lives — and maybe a more joyful role to play for some is found in the world of make-believe. But it … more
A local Girl Scout Brownie troop delivered $1,000 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, donating funds to the hospital’s Camp Rainbow program serving cancer patients. Brownie Troop 4917 from … more
On March 30, Cosanti in Paradise Valley hosted the Cause Bell Check Presentation Ceremony, during which the organization made a nearly $20,000 donation to the Arizona Community Foundation. In … more
A keepsake, although typically sentimental in value, can speak volumes to where a person has been, who they are and who they were at a particular time — but the time of the novel coronavirus … more
Local Girl Scout troops rallied together to sell over 2 million boxes of cookies this year despite increased social distancing because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Girl Scout Arizona … more
While certain things come with age, there are many encouraging aspects the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Phoenix, 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, plans to share with the community on the “art of aging.” more
Putting safety first amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fiesta Bowl Organization and Desert Financial Credit Union will share kindness statewide with a traveling tour coined, “Kindness … more
The Town of Paradise Valley Independent is proud to announce Robert Lawson Lundstedt as the March 2021 Person of Distinction bestowed in the innovation category. The Persons of Distinction … more
Meet Maria Lawrence, a Phoenix proprietor who is co-owner of a gymnastics facility as well as an attorney.  Name: Maria Lawrence Age (optional): 53 Occupation: Attorney & Co-Owner … more
A matriarch of a family is oftentimes the glue that holds it together, and just as cruel as the disease itself, a cancer diagnosis can shake a family to its core. Another reality of the … more
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