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City of Mesa accepting applications for Hometown Heroes Banner Program

The city of Mesa is seeking applications for its Hometown Heroes Banner Program, which honors Mesa residents who are serving in the U.S. military through banners displayed in the city.

Ducey to receive AZBio's Leader of the Year Award

Gov. Doug Ducey will be named the Arizona Bioindustry Association’s (AZBio) Leader of the Year this month for his leadership and support of the state’s life-science industry.

Tour highlights benefits of sustainable building practices

The Coconino County Sustainable Building Program recently held its annual water conservation and sustainable building tour to educate the public on the benefits of building sustainably.

Avondale seeking residents to serve on local boards, committees

The city of Avondale is recruiting residents to serve on several of the city’s boards, commissions and committees where they can offer advice and guidance on critical city policy issues.

Scottsdale Railroad Museum's new exhibit coincides with Railfair

The Scottsdale Railroad Museum will debut its new exhibit this week as it celebrates the city’s annual Railfair, which highlights vintage railroad displays and equipment.

Scottsdale launches city flag contest

Scottsdale is seeking submissions for its flag-design competition, which runs through Oct. 27.

The Gold in View Phoenix

There is a reason View Phoenix is having a lively celebration, it's the golden years.

Buckeye fire department to host community focus group

The Buckeye Fire Medical Rescue Department will host a community focus group this month to inform residents about the department’s current work and services.

Arizona freeway, highway artist to be featured at upcoming Hot Coffee Arts & Culture Series

The city of Goodyear will host Arizona artist Joseph Salazar this month as part of its Hot Coffee Arts & Culture Lecture Series.

Slyter joins Dignity Health facilities in East Valley

Mark Slyter was recently named president and CEO for Dignity Health Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Centers in the East Valley.

Pima County Sheriff's lieutenant receives meritorious service award

Pima County Sheriff’s Lt. Douglas Hanna has received a meritorious service award from the Yavapai County board of supervisors for his response efforts to the Goodwin Fire in the Prescott area.

Barrett Financial offering hard money loans in metro Phoenix

Barrett Financial Group is offering a variety of new hard money loan programs in the metro Phoenix area, a move driven by continued improvement in the real estate industry and an increased demand for financing, the company says.

Surprise's Community & Recreation Department gains national accreditation

The National Recreation and Park Association accredited the city of Surprise’s Community & Recreation Services Department for its work in providing high-quality parks and recreation services.

Ducey makes two appointments to Court of Appeals, Division One

Gov. Doug Ducey recently made two appointments to the state’s Court of Appeals Division One, which fills the seats left vacant by two retiring judges.

ADOT’s blue logo signs help fund highway improvements

Statewide entrepreneurs and the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) have hit on a winning combination, helping businesses promote themselves through visible placement on highway signs.

ATSU back-to-school event provides health screenings, uniforms to local students

A.T. Still University (ATSU) recently provided nearly 200 Phoenix-area students with free health screenings, school uniforms and food during a back-to-school health fair held in Mesa.

Tucson Electric to donate $125,000 to local charities through online contest

Tucson Electric Power (TEP) has kicked off an online contest that will give local nonprofits a chance to win $125,000.

Pima County enrolling students for GED program

The Pima County Las Artes Arts & Education Center is enrolling students for its upcoming GED program.

Mesa Community College student awarded $1,500 scholarship

A Mesa Community College student is the recipient of a $1,500 Robert Greenberg Scholarship awarded by the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) to pursue an education in broadcast engineering and technology.

Coconino County Career Center to launch new job training initiative

The Coconino County Career Center on Oct. 19 will launch a new job training program designed to link nonstudents and unemployed young people with community businesses and career opportunities and job training.

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