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Just as the Sun City Posse was starting to regain new members after years of a downward trend, along came COVID-19 and slowed those efforts. more
A Phoenix native just received some high praise from the U.S. Navy this week.Alexis Zweygardt, a 2014 graduate of Glendale’s Independence High, was named Sailor of the Quarter for the USS … more
Sun Cities residents through the years have witnessed changes in their communities, most notably the increase in crime as areas surrounding them were built out. more
A local Phoenix organization announced the names of various new team members who will work together to solve common problems that arise in government and business settings. more
Recreation Centers of Sun City officials may yet survey residents about activity trends, but if and when it is done it will not be a survey created by the Long Range Planning Committee. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 5,741 on May 7. more
The Sun City Fire District proposed budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year will see an increase if it is approved by the board during the next two months. more
Homeowners officials hoping for some relief from the state legislature of the short term rental issue will have to wait until next year and deal with it on their own. more
Banner Olive Branch Senior Center, 11250 N. 107th Ave., officials are making it possible for residents without transportation to get their COVID-19 vaccinations. more
As with most public service agencies, the Sun City Fire District is paying millions to fund pensions for its retirees in what officials throughout the state consider a broken system. more
A Sun City senior center is ensuring easier access to COVID-19 vaccines with free transportation. more
The Sun City Home Owners Association office will be open to the public again this month, barring a COVID-19 surge. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 5,722 on April 30. more
The Recreation Centers of Sun City Long Range Planning Committee continued its discussion of capacity and utilization at RCSC facilities with an eye toward identifying directions for specific activities. more
Visitors can again roam the Del Webb Sun Cities Museum, 10801 W. Oakmont Drive, Sun City in person. more
There is new leadership for the Sun City Home Owners Association Board of Directors. more
The APS Crisis Assistance program and the Southwest Gas Crisis Assistance program are available for low-income customers who are experiencing a documented crisis. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 5,690 on April 23. more
Sun City Community Assistance Network remained busy in the last 13 months despite the coronavirus pandemic. more
The Recreation Centers of Sun City Board will consider two motions for third and final readings during its next board meeting. more
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