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Bill Moore Days Parade float winners named

Three floats from the recent Avondale Billy Moore Days Parade came away as winners, beating out over 56 parade entries in the year’s event.

Central Arizona College to shed light on homelessness, hunger in the U.S.

Central Arizona College will help mark National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week with an informational campaign at each of its campuses.

World War II veteran to serve as grand marshal for Bullhead City Veterans Day parade

The First Marines Division will mark the ninth year of its annual Veterans Day parade in Bullhead City this month and has nominated 90-year-old World War II Veteran Lindy Arthur Closset to serve as the grand marshal.

Subaru donates car for Coconino County Meals on Wheels deliveries

Subaru of America Inc. will donate a 2018 Subaru Outback for Coconino County Community Services Department’s Meals on Wheels deliveries.

Phoenix's first female police, fire chiefs share insights

The first women to head Phoenix's police and fire departments shared their insights on leadership last month at the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce’s Professional Women’s Alliance luncheon.

Mesa honored for employee wellness program

The city of Mesa has received recognition from the world’s largest provider of employee-assistance programs for its employee health and wellness program.

MCC, Grand Canyon University partner for bachelor degree programs

Mesa Community College (MCC) and Grand Canyon University (GCU) have partnered to offer science and technology bachelor degree programs on the MCC’s community college campuses.

Governor fills 2 vacancies on Pima County Superior Court

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has appointed an Air Force veteran and a Superior Court commissioner to the Pima County Superior Court.

Pima Animal Care Center receives grant for foster care

The Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) is the recipient of a $573,536, three-year grant to help create a large-scale, high-volume foster program that augments the center’s no-kill policy.

Mesa Community College instructor gets $50,000 grant to study rare snake

A Mesa Community College faculty member has received a $50,000 grant from the Coronado National Forest for the study of a threatened species of rattlesnake.

Arizona tech leaders to be honored this week

Honeywell Aerospace and BenchMark are just a couple companies that will be among the best tech innovators and teachers in Arizona being honored at the upcoming 2017 Governor's Celebration of Innovation (GCOI) awards, BusinessWire reported.

City of Surprise forming task force to honor late community leaders

The Surprise City Council is creating a panel to honor deceased community members who have worked hard to make the area a better place, the city reported.

Pima Federal Credit Union receives community impact award

Tucson-based Pima Federal Credit Union has recently been awarded the Foundation Community Impact Award by the Mountain West Credit Union Association (MWCUA).

Cardondelet Health Network names Theresa Mouton as new CFO

Carondelet Health Network has tapped Theresa Mouton to serve as the company’s market chief financial officer and oversee financial operations for three of the health network’s hospitals.

Time Travelers' Youth Summit helps students imagine their futures

The city of Avondale and Kids At Hope will host the annual Time Travelers’ Youth Summit in November to educate and empower students as they experience “mental time travel” as a way to think about their future.

Goodyear expects over 300 people to take part in Make a Difference Day projects

The city of Goodyear is expecting over 300 volunteers to participate in national Make a Difference Day this year, marking the 10th year residents take on community service projects.

Free Book Boxes make their debut in Cochise County

The Cochise County Library District has unveiled its new grant-funded Free Book Box project, with a goal of bringing access to books to rural areas of the community.

Mesa expects over 1,000 volunteers on Make a Difference Day

The city of Mesa expects more than 1,000 volunteers to participate in a variety of community-service projects as it celebrates National Make a Difference Day.

Casa Grande's Halloween Family Fright Night offers safe trick-or-treat option

Casa Grande’s Community Services Department and Casa Grande Main Street are hosting a Halloween night event to give local children a safe treat-or-treat option and will feature games, a costume contest and a haunted firehouse.

Mesa Scots-Tober Fest and Outlander Day to celebrate Scottish history

The city of Mesa will be filled with bagpipes and plaid as the Red Mountain Branch Library hosts Scots-tober Fest and Outlander Day this month.

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