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Graduating from high school with a diploma and a medical certification is quite the opportunity for high schoolers. The Dysart Unified School District officially will begin its Certified Nursing … more
COVID-19 certainly changed the normal events for the Surprise Knights of Columbus — no golf tournament, no rummage sale with the guild, no helping Arizona Special Olympics, and no Tootsie Roll … more
Another name is on the list of water providers in the city of Surprise, though in this case it is a replacement, not an addition. On March 31, Beardsley Water Co. became a Liberty-owned utility. more
Police have identified the suspect they say is solely responsible for killing one person and injuring 12 others Thursday during a shooting spree scattered across eight separate locations in the northwest Valley. more
More than 200 Maricopa County residents signed a petition against the annexation of Enclave III and Enclave IV at Paloma Creek into Surprise’s boundaries. And there might be one more … more
A revamped proposal for the contentious Enclave at Paloma Creek IV development, which would include a 10-acre annexation into the city of Surprise, should make its way to the City Council agenda June 15. more
The Surprise City Council pushed the future Fry’s grocery center in the city’s northern area one step closer to fruition with approval last week of a new development plat. more
Surprise is looking to get ahead — and stay ahead — of issues involving homelessness in the community and beyond, particularly at a time when a potential wave of post-pandemic evictions lurks and affordable housing is becoming harder to find. more
The countdown to the opening of a long-awaited grocery store north of the intersection of 163rd and Grand avenues likely will start at the beginning of June. At its June 1 meeting, the Surprise … more
Surprise City Council approval of the less disputed Enclave at Paloma Creek annexation May 18 added nearly 5.5 acres to Surprise over the objections of some Maricopa County residents. The annexed … more
Just six months into his tenure on the Surprise City Council, Jack Hastings is facing a recall effort from a longtime Surprise resident. more
A small but contentious group of residents showed up for an informal meeting April 27 with representatives of the city and of Dominium, developer of the proposed Promenade affordable housing apartment development in Surprise. more
The Cheesecake Factory and Hobby Lobby has topped the list of most-wanted businesses in Surprise. more
When the City of Surprise selected Peoria Deputy Police Chief Benny Piña to serve as the neighboring city’s next police chief, well, some were surprised. more
Surprise City Manager Mike Frazier announced today that he has selected Peoria Deputy Police Chief Benny Pina to serve as the next chief of the Surprise Police Department. more
Developers who pull permits in the city of Surprise will soon have to pay a processing fee on credit cards. more
Peoria is joining eight other West Valley cities to take a regional approach to some aspects of policing and to have officers’ conduct investigating by another city rather than their own department. more
City public art leaders have approved an art concept for the new Public Safety Evidence and Readiness Center and new Police and Fire Training Facility, which are expected to be completed later this year not far from Bell Road and Grand Avenue. more
Luke Air Force Base Brig. Gen. Gregory Kreuder hasn’t been in the Valley long, but he already knows one thing about the leadership in Surprise. more
Surprise city planners described the proposed 10-acre Enclave at Paloma Creek IV annexation north of the community’s current boundaries as sticking up like a thumb. more
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