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Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher has named two new deputy city managers who will join the city on May 10. more
On the heels of the passage of House Bill 2772 — ultimately allowing for legal online sports betting — the PGA Tour and DraftKings Inc. are announcing together a dramatic expansion into … more
In a recent Phoenix Women’s Commission Pay Equity Subcommittee meeting, Vice Chair Kyle Webb name-checked the city of Tempe when discussing the potential for pay equity in the city of Phoenix. more
Scottsdale-based Camelot Homes announces its Valley-wide expansion with the opening of five new luxury home communities, which will add more than 100 new homes to the greater Phoenix area. The … more
FLITE Goodyear, the former home of Lockheed Martin and Arizona’s new campus for innovation, announced completion of eight office spec suite leases in just four months. more
Banner Health is searching for a new chief operating officer after Becky Kuhn announced her plans to retire at the end of 2021 on Friday. more
In a strange way, baseball bookended the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in Arizona. more
With Earth Day coming up April 22, the Southwest Valley cities of Avondale, Goodyear and Litchfield Park are celebrating the planet in a variety of ways. Here’s what’s in the … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is telling cities and counties to fully open their parks to all comers this Easter weekend or face consequences. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is not taking any action to curb the decisions of some cities and counties to ignore his directive that they scrap their mask mandates. And there's no current … more
As the partnership between Arizona State University and the world-renowned Mayo Clinic strengthens, a new program is taking off in hopes of changing the medical technology field. more
Cavco Industries Inc. announced plans to add 200 jobs after the company bought a 118,000 square-foot building in Phoenix. more
City officials have agreed to install infrastructure on three miles of streets for a Taiwan semiconductor factory. more
FirstBank, one of the nation’s largest privately held banks with a focus on “banking for good,” surprised shoppers at Fry's stores in Ahwatukee, Goodyear and Gilbert on March 25 by paying their grocery bills as part of the bank’s annual Give It Forward campaign promoting Arizona Gives Day. more
One dollar from every drink sold from open to close on Tuesday, April 6 at all 28 Valley Dutch Bros coffee drive-thru locations will benefit the “health, hope and healing” of Phoenix Children's Hospital patients. 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
City of Phoenix residents - your water bill could go up over the next two years. Last week, the Phoenix City Council passed a measure that will increase water rates 6.5% by 2022. The first increase- a 3% hike- will take effect later this year - on Oct. 1. The second - a 3.5% increase - will be implemented in March 2022. more
Despite the coronavirus pandemic that has weighed down hospital systems across the U.S. for more than a year now, Banner Health is showing no signs of slowing its growth. more
As vaccines continue to dominate the conversation surrounding COVID-19, the city of Phoenix isn’t slowing its commitment to testing, especially in hard-hit parts of the city. more
Phoenix officials are mum about a land deal expected to support a new semiconductor facilities plant near Deer Valley Airport. A land property, totaling 223.79 acres, is set to be auctioned March 30 and potentially could be home to semiconductor facilities. According to published reports, a company in Taiwan is looking at the Valley land for a massive fabrication plant. more
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