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The Dysart Demons had quite a home finale Friday night. more
Surprise Police are investigating a death that occurred at a residence in the area of 13400 W. Redfield Road. more
The city of Surprise has released its official call for its City Council elections next year. more
The Vista Center for the Arts, 15660 N. Parkview Place, and the Arizona Philharmonic are teaming up to grow together. more
Two West Valley school districts are asking voters this November to continue their 15% maintenance and operations budget overrides, which provides millions every year in funding.  Both … more
The final two tangible projects from the Surprise 2017 general obligation bonds are not quite complete, and now they are formally one project. more
Local business owners must prepare to navigate uncharted territory as a federal vaccine mandate looms over various industries with more than 100 employees. President Joe Biden outlined a plan last … more
When Chris Hillman left as Surprise city manager in 2014, Bob Wingenroth had only been working with the city’s finance department and as an assistant city manager for about a year. more
Fans of the Kansas City Royals, Texas Rangers, Cincinnati Reds, New York Yankees and Washington Nationals will get to see their top prospects in action in Surprise for the next month. more
Ballots have been mailed out to voters in Surprise for the EPCOR franchise extension vote. more
Grace Community Church, 16165 W. Mountain View Blvd., is hosting two live concerts in November, featuring Sonoran Skies, a Sun City Grand based band. The first concert is 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5 and … more
WHAM Art Association announces it will host the seventh annual “Bowls of Hope” event for the West Valley. Bowls of Hope will be held in conjunction with WHAM’s Art Bazaar and … more
On Tuesday mornings, you can find residents of The Park at Surprise, a Koelsch community, gathered together making diaper cakes. Yes, you read that right. Diaper cakes. The popular display at baby … more
A few Surprise businesses will be required to have employees vaccinated from the COVID-19 virus or require those who don’t to submit two negative COVID tests each week. more
Property on the northwest corner of Litchfield Road and Peoria Avenue is ready to be developed after its purchase by Phoenix-based Arizona Land Ventures, a land investment and development company co-founded by two Valley women. more
Ground Floor Artists are hosting its second bi-annual art sale 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6 at 13343 W. Foxfire Drive, Suite 3. GFA members will have a variety of fine art, jewelry, wood … more
The Sun City man accused of possessing child pornography resigned from his position with the Deer Valley Unified School District last week, according to a district spokeswoman. Curtis Scott … more
Bob Wingenroth, who was the city’s manager from 2014 to 2018, wants his old job back, and the Surprise City Council will vote on whether to rehire him at the Oct. 5 Council meeting. more
Smaller developments in the general area of the large Rancho Mercado master plan in northwest Surprise are popping up in city planning discussions. During the Sept. 16 Surprise Planning and Zoning … more
Glendale resident Lu Anne Camp, and her writing partner, Sharon Cookson, of Atlanta, have recently had two album cuts by new recording artist Gary Wayne of Nashville. The songs “Turning My … more
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