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Learn more about legacy of Fred Harvey

Learn more about legacy of Fred Harvey

The Heard Museum celebrates the life and legacy of Fred Harvey with a new exhibit opening this month. “Over the Edge: Fred Harvey At The..

Seniors invited to tour PVCC April 13

Seniors invited to tour PVCC April 13

Paradise Valley Community College (PVCC) hosts a High School Senior Night from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, in KSC 1000. Senior..

Events highlight Valley Bike Month

Events highlight Valley Bike Month

April is the perfect time to enjoy the beautiful spring weather on two wheels. This month is Valley Bike Month, and whether you are a..

Central Bistro under new ownership

Central Bistro under new ownership

Osio Culinary Group has sold Central Bistro, located at 3160 E. Camelback Road, to Bistro Partners—a restaurant group featuring partners..

School Briefs

School Briefs

Creighton School District Clarendon a finalist for TAP Award Clarendon Elementary has been nominated as a finalist for consideration for..

Businesses pitch in to help gardens grow

Businesses pitch in to help gardens grow

The Madison Simis Elementary School garden program, DIGGS (Discovery Is Growing Gardens at Simis), is an active, hands-on science based..

Turn-in fee waived for unexpected litters

Turn-in fee waived for unexpected litters

The Arizona Humane Society (AHS) is dedicated to combating pet homelessness in the community by increasing spay/neuter resources. To that..

Beatitudes dedicates healing garden

Beatitudes dedicates healing garden

Beatitudes Campus recently dedicated Patty’s Garden, a sensory/healing garden that is specifically designed for people with dementia and..

Yogini’s offers private lessons

Yogini’s offers private lessons

Yogini’s Hatha Yoga & Meditation studio offers two specials in April to help bring wellness into your life. Private lessons are being..

Student needs help for summer program

Student needs help for summer program

Sunnyslope youth Cody Belle Ray, 14, has been offered an opportunity to participate in a program in Washington, D.C., this summer, but she..

Scout Troop aids church food pantry

Scout Troop aids church food pantry

The Church of Beatitudes Bishop’s Pantry was the recipient for Boy Scout Troop 329’s Scouting for Food Drive. During the month of..

Ways to reduce your risk of cancer

Ways to reduce your risk of cancer

The monthly MRM Cancer Support Group offers support for patients, families and community members dealing with all types of cancers. The..

Nursing students have a heart

Nursing students have a heart

Students in the Medical Assisting program at Carrington College’s Phoenix North campus, located at 8503 N. 27th Ave., in February..

Rescue Rinse event aids senior animals

Rescue Rinse event aids senior animals

ReThinc Advertising’s parking lot will be transformed into the 2016 Rescue Rinse, benefiting a no-kill shelter for homeless pets called..

Class helps with balance, bones

Class helps with balance, bones

The Better Bones & Balance program is now being offered at Kharma Life Center, 700 W. Campbell Ave. Classes are offered on Monday and..

Pet of the Month: A rough start, a sweet finish

Pet of the Month: A rough start, a sweet finish

Emergency Animal Medical Technicians were summoned to a residence in Phoenix to pick up more than 20 dogs who were left behind when their..

Bring balance back into your life

Bring balance back into your life

Kinesphere Center for Movement Education offers classes and workshops to increase proprioception and teach folks tools that better their..

Pay library fines with food donation

Pay library fines with food donation

Library customers can pay overdue fees and help restock the pantries of Valley food banks during Phoenix Public Library’s annual “Food..

Talk to your elderly parents about drugs

Talk to your elderly parents about drugs

Plenty of programs stress the importance of talking to teenagers about the dangers of drug misuse, but who’s talking to seniors? With..

District recess policy under scrutiny

District recess policy under scrutiny

North Central resident Christine Davis has had a relationship with the Madison School District for nearly nine years, when her oldest of..

International Guide Dog Day celebrates special bond

International Guide Dog Day celebrates special bond

People across the world will come together for International Guide Dog Day on Wednesday, April 27. It is a day to celebrate the dogs and..

Spring classes for active adults

Spring classes for active adults

Hear a first-hand account from a World War II paratrooper, and learn about the fundamentals of bulk electric power (oil, natural gas, coal..

Celebrating family at historic home

Celebrating family at historic home

It was a beautiful spring day as Amy Ellis Shackelford walked down the aisle on the lawn of the Ellis-Shackelford House to say her I-do’s..

Homebound seniors benefit from your time

Homebound seniors benefit from your time

Younger adults who want to connect to an older generation are invited to become a volunteer with Duet, which provides a variety of services..

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