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For people in Sun City West and the world, the COVID-19 pandemic played a major role in several areas of life. Many things were lost, including life, time and hope. more
The soon-to-be exodus of homeowners from Sun City West will kick the Posse volunteer Vacation Watch program into full swing. more
The seven golf courses operated by Recreation Centers of Sun City West adapted to the changes throughout the past year and are beginning the transition back to the way things used to be, with caution. more
The pandemic temporarily halted the education program at the Property Owners and Residents Association, but classes are back and starting this summer. more
A Sun City senior center is ensuring easier access to COVID-19 vaccines with free transportation. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 5,722 on April 30. more
Looking ahead to January 2025, Sun City West is preparing to make the appropriate water adjustments. more
Extra patrol vehicles will be on the streets of Sun City West. more
Visitors can again roam the Del Webb Sun Cities Museum, 10801 W. Oakmont Drive, Sun City in person. more
A simple personal audit brought to light a potential taxation error. 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
Few COVID-19 cases were reported two weeks after reopening Recreation Centers of Sun City West facilities. more
Posse members on patrol are not just people who walked in off the street and are handed keys to a car. more
Memory loss can be challenging and a local resource has a way to help. more
Masks and transportation remain a focal point in Sun City West. more
Marijuana dispensaries Valley-wide have a lot more to celebrate on “420” — April 20 — after voters last year approved a measure to legalize recreational use of the drug for those age 21 and older. more
The fiscal plan for Sun City West for the coming fiscal year is out there for all owner-members to see. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 5,664 on April 16. more
Traveling out of Arizona is on the minds of many residents in the Sun Cities as the temperatures near the 100 degree mark. more
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