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Matt Deller, of Sun City, founding director of Sounds of the Southwest Singers, a non-profit all-volunteer community choir, is a finalist for the national 2020 Oticon Focus on People Awards, which … more
Local author Dr. Jeanne Blanchet has released her latest work of historical fiction, “The Iceman.” The 300-page thriller is based on the life of Ötzi, a 5,000-year-old mummy found … more
Sun City opened Jan. 1, 1960 and its enormous popularity quickly prompted the Del Webb Corp. to expand its initial development plans. more
From students to job seekers, the heightened need for access to free Wi-Fi and technology during the COVID-19 pandemic continues throughout the community. In response, Maricopa County Library … more
Two Sun City Agua Fria National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter daughters presented Vietnam War era veterans a 50th anniversary commemoration lapel pin and brochure, which … more
“Broadcast 4 Murder,” the seventh cozy mystery novel in J.C. Eaton’s Sophie Kimball Mysteries, is set for release Oct. 27. The novel takes place at KSCW in Sun City West, and the … more
Benevilla is hosting a free “drive-thru” flu shot clinic 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 24 at its main campus, 16752 N. Greasewood St. more
“From crayons to pastels.  I have always wanted to be an artist,” Marijo Peterson states. “My mother was my first teacher. She taught me the art of stretching and priming … more
When Sun City opened to the public Jan. 1, 1960, initial visitors were greeted by an elaborate water fountain, five model homes, a recreation center, golf course, shopping center and a restaurant. more
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to band together to provide hope and healing to patients fighting cancer by giving blood or platelets. more
Benevilla is the charity of choice for the third blood and fundraising donation drive of the year hosted by the Sun City West Alliance of Business and Community (ABC of SCW). The event will take … more
William Gerald Stryker, age 103, won’t answer when you call him William or Bill because everybody in his family went by a nickname of their middle names, so he became “Jerry.” He … more
Ed Cirillo, vice president of the Rotary Club of Sun City West, introduced Ralph Johnson, president of the Sun City Prides, at their last meeting. Mr. Johnson shared that the PRIDES (Proud … more
A partnership between the Sun City West Governing Board and the Rotary Club of Sun City West resulted in development of the Sun City West Meditation Garden. This oasis is located in the southwest … more
Benevilla will present Ken Mueldener, CPA, PLLC, in an interactive workshop on smart tax preparation strategies 1:30-2:45 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27. Charitable IRA rollovers, gifts of appreciated … more
One of the first buildings constructed in Sun City was a medical office located directly behind the community’s first shopping center and across the street from what is today home to the Del Webb Sun Cities Museum. more
Sun City West author and psychologist Dr. Diane Holloway Cheney wrote “The Mind of Oswald” in 2000, about Lee Harvey Oswald. She was working at Parkland Hospital as a psychiatric nurse … more
“Death, Dismay and Rose,” the sixth cozy mystery novel in local author J.C. Eaton’s “Wine Trail Mysteries,” is set for release Sept. 29. The novel takes place at the … more
Since the early 1980s, Bruce Cody has been regarded as one of the premiere painters of large urban and small-town architectural motifs. His contemporary images range from high-rise towers with busy … more
Mountain View Recreation Center, 9749 N. 107th Ave., became Sun City’s third recreation center when it officially opened in June 1967. more
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