Not only did more people move to the city of Phoenix than any other city between 2015 and 2016, but the city also surpassed Philadelphia as the nation’s fifth largest, the U.S. Census Bureau recently revealed.
Groundwater protection issues in Arizona generated robust debate among lawmakers and constituents, and documentary filmmakers captured it, yielding an upcoming release titled “Groundwater: To enact a law for the common good.”
Three University of Phoenix students recently earned full-tuition scholarships from the institution and the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States’ (EANGUS) charitable branch, We Care for America Foundation.
Signaling the city’s latest foray into environmentally sustainable housing, a real estate investment-developer duo recently broke ground on a Net Zero Energy (NZE) project called Eclipse, a $9.1 million 20-unit townhome community.
Arizona WIC families and retailers will see improvements in convenience, accuracy and speed when the program integrates electronic benefits transfer into its existing Health and Nutrition Delivery System (HANDS).
Arizona State University (ASU) and a consortium of other colleges will share in a $310,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to create public projects highlighting key social matters, ASU officials reported recently.