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Local programs offer travel abroad options

Local programs offer travel abroad options

Elephant Crossing in Thornybush Game Reserve, South Africa provides fantastic animal spotting for the Caris and Carlton families.

Kids have a new space at ARCH

Kids have a new space at ARCH

The Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped (ARCH) on Jan. 15 celebrated the grand opening of its new Diamondbacks Den, a space..

Light rail extension set to open in March

Light rail extension set to open in March

On Saturday, March 19, Valley Metro Rail will open its second light rail extension on 19th Avenue, stretching from Montebello to Dunlap..

Dentists donate weekend of care

Dentists donate weekend of care

The fourth-annual Dental Mission of Mercy event, organized by the Central Arizona Dental Society Foundation, brings together hundreds of..

City seeks to raise water, sewer rates

City seeks to raise water, sewer rates

Phoenix residents could see their first water and sewer rate increases in nearly four years if the City Council approves the proposal in..

Spreading love with handmade quilts

Spreading love with handmade quilts

The church hall was filled with brightly colored, handmade quilts and small blankets, stacked more than 2 feet high on tables spread around..

Historic protection for ‘Rock House’

Historic protection for ‘Rock House’

The city of Phoenix Historic Preservation Commission has filed an application to preserve the Frank and Sarah Hilgeman House, located at..

Go organic, natural for holidays gifting

Go organic, natural for holidays gifting

If you are looking to put an organic and natural spin on your holiday gift giving, check out these two local businesses.

New resources for work opportunities

New resources for work opportunities

Valley women who have faced personal or financial struggles, or who just need some help and guidance with re-launching their own careers or..

Greek fest is a North Central family affair

Greek fest is a North Central family affair

When the 55th-annual Greek Festival opens on Oct. 9, you can bet North Central resident Pete Choukalas and his family will be there..

Group homes get complete makeovers

Group homes get complete makeovers

The happy residents of the Boys Hope home finally see their fully remodeled home for the first time, after being away for a month.

Delivery services offer convenience

Delivery services offer convenience

Many Phoenicians already are accustomed to using such services as Lyft or Uber to get where they need to go; and now they have a few..

Ballot measures focus on finances

Ballot measures focus on finances

Phoenix voters will have the opportunity to have a say in how money is spent by the city in the coming years through several key..

Shopping center thriving in Sunnyslope

Shopping center thriving in Sunnyslope

Store manager TJ Arthur shows customer Ruth Soscia some of the summer items that are featured in the Sunnyslope store.

Law aims to ease timing of refills

Law aims to ease timing of refills

Guy Anderson, 49, is on 11 medications for chronic back pain, among other ailments. He typically has to make multiple trips to the..

Two local youth excel athletically

Two local youth excel athletically

School might be out for summer, but for two local students, summer means a chance to work on their athletic skills and improve on what are..

Local home gets new paint, windows

Local home gets new paint, windows

A team of volunteers from Wells Fargo, Rebuilding Together and AmeriCorps spent a weekend painting the 1963 Sunnyslope home.

Veterans honored with flag wall painting

Veterans honored with flag wall painting

The previously nondescript building that houses the VFW Post is now proudly sporting a large waving flag on its southern wall, thanks to a..

Agency program benefits AZ Trail

Agency program benefits AZ Trail

Pioneer Title Agency has partnered with the Arizona Trail Association to celebrate its 30th anniversary in an unconventional manner: an..

Volunteers sought to assist local TV show

Volunteers sought to assist local TV show

Charlotte Barnes lets out a happy “whoop!” as she hangs up the phone with a smile. “She got the check!” Barnes exclaims, beaming..

Too much citrus draws in roof rats

Too much citrus draws in roof rats

The overabundance of citrus this winter and spring may seem like a happy circumstance for those who enjoy spending hours squeezing oranges..

ARCHKids Program gets brand new space

ARCHKids Program gets brand new space

The Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped (ARCH) recently kicked off construction on a dedicated space for its ARCHKids program..

Local nonprofits putting people to work

Local nonprofits putting people to work

Douglas Criswell, Ashley Wain, Jeanelle Keys and Rich Carhuayo celebrate the grand opening of the new TumbleTees screenprint operation.

Shelter dogs get a walk on bridle path

Shelter dogs get a walk on bridle path

Many North Central residents often can be found enjoying the season’s perfect outdoor weather on the historic Murphy Bridle Path, which..

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