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The Surprise City Council has scheduled a special meeting to discuss how its council-manager form of government works. more
The Surprise City Council is trying to use social media a little more responsibly than some politicians. more
While every aspect of the project is not official, it is far enough along to make it official — sometime in 2022 a grocery store will open north of Grand Avenue and off 163rd Avenue in Surprise. more
A packed agenda awaits the Surprise City Council at its next meeting Tuesday, Jan. 19. Items include an update on the city's suspended curbside recycling program, the selection of a new vice mayor … more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week, compiled from archives of Independent Newsmedia, Newspapers.com and the city of Surprise historical records. more
New City Councilman Jack Hastings has fulfilled his promise to donate his 2020 salary on the Surprise City Council because he started his term early. more
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday has pushed back trash service for city of Surprise sanitation customers Jan. 18 through 21. more
The city of Surprise offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 18 in honor of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. more
The city of Surprise is taking steps to make the city look a little better. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Surprise COVID-19 cases at 8,752 on Jan. 14. more
This year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Celebration and Service is going virtual for the city of Surprise. more
Surprise’s Sun City Grand is one of the top-ranked retirement communities in a new ranking, while Sun City West is beaten by only one other. more
Surprise Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Serenity Skeens, a 14-year-old runaway. more
While most of Surprise’s development since 2014-15 has filled in the gaps for unfinished projects and areas of town, expansion into the city’s desert edges was always on the horizon. more
Plans are in the works for a new animal urgent care hospital near Bell and Litchfield roads. more
The Daily Independent at YourValley.net is publishing submitted photos that highlight the community and showcase Arizona’s beauty. more
History will show 2020 was the year of the coronavirus. But people taking to the streets to exercise their First Amendment rights would have been the top story in any normal year. more
Jo Grant took the oath as the newest member of the Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission on Jan. 11. more
There’s an opening on the Surprise Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commission, and the city is looking for a volunteer to help out. more
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