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2 Sacks Tierney attorneys recognized as 2018 Az Business Leaders

Two members of the Sacks Tierney law firm have been chosen from among 5,000 nominees to be recognized as influential leaders in their industries for the Az Business Leaders’ 2018 edition.

Ducey appoints Burton to State Board of Education

Gov. Doug Ducey recently appointed the co-founder of the Burton Family Foundation and long-time education advocate Christine Burton to the Arizona State Board of Education.

City employees help over 50 Goodyear families and children this holiday

City of Goodyear employees and volunteers collected, sorted and wrapped over 1,000 Christmas gifts to give to more than 50 Goodyear families in need, including 150 families with children.

Pima County considers half-cent sales tax for road repairs

Pima County, which is the only county in Arizona without a sales tax, is exploring the idea of a half-cent sales tax and has scheduled a series public meetings to get input on the issue from residents.

Tucson City Council approves new retail development

The Tucson Metro Chamber is applauding the recent vote by the Tucson City Council to approve a rezoning request that will pave the way for a new retail development on Tucson’s east side, a move the Chamber says will lead to job creation for the city.

Cochise County court seeks Spanish interpreters

The Cochise County Superior Court is seeking two interpreters to help Spanish-speaking clients and to provide translations for court records.

Coconino County's Wyant named president-elect of court clerks' association

Coconino County Clerk of the Superior Court Valerie Wyant was recently named president-elect for the Arizona Association of Superior Court Clerks.

Rehabilitated dam to protect thousands of West Valley residents

A newly rehabilitated 1.6-mile long, compacted-earth embankment dam for West Valley that is expected to protect thousands of residents from flooding has been officially dedicated.

Mesa asks residents to recycle Christmas trees

As the holidays wind down, the City of Mesa is sponsoring a "Treecycle" program and offering residents several 24-hour sites throughout the city where they can drop-off their Christmas trees to be recycled.

Surprise offers interactive Court Exploring Program for high schoolers

The City of Surprise is now accepting applications for its Court Exploring Program that gives high school students a chance to learn about and participate in Arizona's court system.

Homeless Work Program begins second year in Tucson

Tucson's Homeless Work Program marks the start of its second year this month and the participation of over 260 people who have helped to clean up over 100 locations throughout the city.

Surprise promotes literacy through bookmark art contest

The City of Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission and the Friends of the Surprise Libraries have kicked off a bookmark contest for sixth- through eighth-grade students to help create awareness for reading and literacy.

Black Fur-Day weekend finds home for 247 pets

The Pima Animal Care Center recently held a Black Fur-Day adoption weekend that resulted in finding homes for 247 pets.

Marana High recognized for work with Special Olympics Arizona

Marana High School has been recognized for its work with the Special Olympics, receiving the title of National Unified Champion School.

Cochise County treasurer elected president of statewide group

Cochise County Treasurer Cathy Traywick, who was recently elected president of the Arizona Association of Counties, accepted two awards on behalf of the county during the organization's awards event.

Avondale to revamp accessibility to 34 traffic signals

A project to enhance and increase the accessibility of 34 of Avondale's pedestrian crosswalks and bring them up to federal standards is underway.

Phoenix delegates address key issues with lawmakers in Washington

The 2017 Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Executive Dialogue delegation recently helped to represent Arizona's business community while meeting with law makers in Washington, D.C. and advocating for several key issues to support their region's economic growth.

Sierra Vista participates in holiday DUI enforcement

Representatives from the Sierra Vista Police Department recently participated in the Arizona Governors Office of Highway Safety holiday DUI enforcement kickoff event in Tucson, an event designed to highlight the DUI holiday task force deployments in Arizona.

Gilbert implements wireless facilities legislation

Gilbert has begun to fully implement Arizona's House Bill 2365 legislation, which allows wireless facilities to use municipal rights-of-way for their technology, making it the first community in the state to fully execute the program.

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