The Scottsdale City Council and the Scottsdale Firefighters Association will be hosting an old-fashioned pancake breakfast to raise money to repair flood damage to the Scottsdale Little Red School Historical Museum.
The City of Goodyear will unveil information on its proposed recreation campus at a community meeting Thursday, based on feedback it has received from residents about what types of recreation activities they would like to see in the city.
U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee, recently addressed the United States Naval Academy’s Brigade of Midshipmen, where he warned the group that America is “ignoring its moral and historical knowledge.”
Gov. Doug Ducey is asking the federal government to grant Arizona permission to initiate a pilot program that would allow the state to use its highway rest stops for public-private partnerships in the hopes of creating more revenue for the state.
Geophysicists from Arizona State University have released a study that shows Tucson water conservation and management efforts have led to less land subsiding as well as a decrease in the loss of aquifer storage volume.
Cochise County is offering residents the opportunity to become an accredited professional in holistic management as part of its Highway/Floodplain Department’s plan to restore 480 acres of uncultivated farmland.
Residents of Surprise will vote in a special election this coming May to decide if the city will acquire the Circle City Water Co., a move that could grow the city’s allocation of Colorado River water by over 38 percent.
While multibillion-dollar mega-mergers at the top of the end of the health-sector chain garner headlines and potential regulatory scrutiny, hospital group consolidations are also concerning experts who believe they may not produce better care and lower costs.
The Southeast Valley Regional Association of Realtors has become Arizona’s only award-winning Global Business and Alliances Council as named by the National Association of Realtors as a Gold Council 2017 Global Achievement Program.
The City of Avondale is offering nonprofit agencies and educational organizations a chance to receive up to $1,000 in grant funding for art enrichment programs, community projects and special events that benefit the Avondale community.
In response to a request from the Scottsdale Police Records Supervisors and the Arizona Law Enforcement Records Managers Association, Gov. Doug Ducey recently proclaimed a “Law Enforcement Records Personnel Appreciation Day.”
The Gilbert Chamber Foundation has begun its “Adopt A Senior” Program, marking the ninth year the foundation will help low-income, disabled and homebound seniors in conjunction with the Gilbert Senior Center.
The City of Avondale has issued a Notice of Intent to raise water and wastewater rates by 6 percent beginning next year as the third phase of rate increases that are part of the six-year schedule the City Council approved in 2016.