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An organization that prides itself on education for adult learners celebrated 25 years of service. more
Prescribed medication is not an option for everyone in the Sun Cities, simply because it is too expensive. But there are ways to save. more
Sun City West residents shared confidence and concerns during coffee with the commander. more
Billboards will highlight the agenda at the next Surprise City Council regular meeting. more
Savings and retirement are two important topics in Sun City West. more
The Maricopa County Public Safety Fair is coming to Sun City West. more
During October, breast cancer awareness is often top of mind. more
The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is notifying the public of the Draft MOMENTUM 2050 MAG Regional Transportation Plan, Draft FY 2022-2025 MAG Transportation Improvement Program, and Draft MAG Conformity Analysis for review and comment more
Finances is the next topic in the series of four free events offered in Sun City West. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 7,275 on Oct. 8. more
The new governing board for the Recreation Centers of Sun City West is back to work. more
The community is invited to join Sun Health Foundation and its distinguished 2021 honorees at the 2nd annual Heroes with Heart Gala Saturday, Nov. 6, at the Renaissance Phoenix Glendale Hotel & … more
Several organizations came together in Sun City West for water conservation. more
The Recreation Centers of Sun City West is hosting the annual New Year’s Dance featuring the Hi-Fi All Stars Band from 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 31, to 12:20 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022, at Palm Ridge Recreation Center, 13800 W. Deer Valley Dr. more
Witches will take over the roads in Sun City West this October. more
Members of the Sun City West PRIDES reached a major milestone, thanks to a local donation. more
Sun Cities wastewater customers of EPCOR Water Co. will continue to pay higher rates and could possibly see the same for their water bills. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Sun Cities COVID-19 cases at 7,044 on Oct. 1. more
Recreation Centers of Sun City West officials are calling on residents to update contact information. more
EPCOR Water Co. customers’ frustrations were growing since August when it became difficult to contact the company, but the situation is improving. more
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