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Recognizing a need in Arizona for alternative learning models that offer the flexibility of online learning with a face-to-face engagement element, digital curriculum provider StrongMind has partnered with local charter schools to launch tuition-free Valor Preparatory Academy of Arizona. more
Better Business Bureau officials are looking for nominations for its new award program that recognizes young entrepreneurs. The program, called the BBB Spark Award program, will highlight young entrepreneurs age 35 and under and new business owners who are operating less than three years. more
With Arbor Day just around the corner, Goodyear is celebrating being named a Tree City USA by the national Arbor Day Foundation. more
With less than a month left to file 2020 income tax returns, the Arizona Department of Revenue is urging taxpayers to file sooner rather than later. more
A program that seeks participants who are in recovery from opioid use or addiction wishing to launch a career helping others with similar life experiences is accepting applications. The Family … more
The city of Mesa continues to accept applications for the 2021 emergency rental and utility assistance program in response to COVID-19’s financial impact to Mesa residents. Funded through … more
Nominations are being accepted through April 15 for the city of Mesa Hometown Heroes Banner Program. The program is a tribute to recognize and honor Mesa residents and their family members who are … more
Much to the chagrin of some nearby residents, 1,060 acres of state-owned land leased to Duncan Family Farms in Goodyear may soon be home to office and industrial buildings, including a Samsung semiconductor manufacturing plant. more
A Sun City senior center is helping older Arizonans with their food and utility bills.  more
This is a story about miles and miles of deteriorating Valley freeways, quality of life in north Glendale, a “crisis,” and hundreds of millions of dollars. more
The U.S. Department of Labor launched a search for employees from a Tempe-based plastering company that allegedly falsified records to avoid paying workers overtime, violating the Fair Labor … more
Queen Creek, like many other communities, was impacted by the devastation of COVID-19. To help offset some of the impacts of COVID-19, the Town took a series of steps to support our local businesses. … more
Local First Arizona is teaming up with the city of Mesa to recognize independently owned businesses that are doing good for the planet through the Arizona Green Business Program. This … more
Queen Creek High School student Canon Rogers has been named a 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program finalist. Canon was among the finalists announced last week by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. more
If your business is interested in supporting military veterans and being engaged in community efforts to support them, the Mesa Veterans Program is the committee for you. Facilitated by the Mesa … more
Peoria is addressing Recreational Vehicle parking on city and neighborhood streets. more
Six businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic will receive $10,000 grants from the city of Litchfield Park this month, bringing the total amount awarded under its Business Assistance Program to $160,000. more
Nutrition services is a key component in the Dysart Unified School District. Nutrition services staff served 18,000 meals per day across the district and is projected to serve in the range of 2.5 … more
Mesa Community College, the only college in Arizona to offer the AppleCare Technician certificate program, offers two eight-week, for-credit, evening AppleCare courses this spring. The courses … more
High school sophomores in the Southwest Valley worried about going to college because of tight finances and other challenges are encouraged to apply for ACE, Estrella Mountain Community College’s Achieving a College Education program. more
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