North Phoenix News provides breaking news and in-depth analysis of neighborhoods, schools, businesses and real estate in NoPho, the North Phoenix I-17 corridor from Norterra to New River, including Anthem, Desert Hills, the Tramonto area and the Sonoran Foothills area. Our news and feature stories are reported, written and edited by us. To provide the many communities of North Phoenix with as much useful and interesting information as possible, we also publish selected press releases, here. If you have a press release or a news tip, let us know.
See the four options being considered to handle rising costs and reduced income from recycling. Residents are invited to weigh in.
While no rate-increase changes are planned for the immediate future for Republic Services customers, that could change as, as with the City of Phoenix, recycling becomes more challenging.
Some Anthem homeowner assessments rose as of Jan. 1, 2020. Here’s an overview of fees for the various HOAs plus the ACC assessments.
Businesses have until Jan. 31 to sign up to sponsor the annual Anthem Days festival, to be held March 28-29, and vendors can register through Feb. 3 to get the early-bird discount.
Revisions have been made to Deer Valley Unified School District’s proposed new school boundaries for Anthem and North Phoenix since the first draft
Interstate 17 in north Phoenix will be restricted to one or two lanes at Happy Valley Road during overnight hours in coming days.
On a crisp December morning, Anthem’s pickleball courts were pretty well packed with middle-aged adults and seniors. But on one court, the kids ruled.
An open-boundary choice school could be DVUSD’s answer to competition from charter schools and a way to deal with declining K-8 enrollment in Anthem.
Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical crews get a little training from a local guy who has won the Baja 500 and Baja 1000.
What it’s like: “Being able to have a hands-on experience with the hose, airbags, the spreaders or jaws of life, and going up in the aerial ladder was a dream come true.”
Ho, ho … Now what? Depending on where you live, here is a list of places that’ll take that dead tree.
The contagious disease mumps is spreading in Maricopa County on a scale not seen in decades, the county health department announced yesterday. Some mumps symptoms can be flu-like, but the disease can lead to painful, swollen testicles or ovaries, and in rare cases decreased fertility and even deafness.