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.
In Norterra, Sonoran Foothills, Tramonto, Anthem West and the communities in between, home values in September rose year-over-year but continued to lag well behind the inflated levels just before the housing bubble burst. See how all 176 neighborhoods in the Phoenix Metro Area compare.
North Valley voters have a slew of positions and propositions to decide on in the Nov. 6 general election. But how much do you know about the candidates and propositions? See links below to candidate Q&As, debates and other information on candidates and propositions, plus when, where and how to vote early or on election day.
Arts, crafts and entertainment for all ages. The carnival kicks off Thursday. Then over the weekend, more than six dozen vendors sell handmade goods and unique creations. Plus live music, food & beer, and activities for the kids. It’s all is open to the public.
For the second month in a row, the average price of existing home sales rose year-over-year in all five zones of NoPho, the I-17 corridor from Norterra to New River. Get details on pricing, inventory and other data for Anthem Parkside & Country Club, Tramonto & Sonoran Foothills, the Norterra area, plus New River & Desert Hills.
On Friday, the National Weather Service predicted a few tenths of an inch of rain for the Phoenix Metro Area over the weekend. Now with 1.32 inches at Sky Harbor today, added to Rosa's rains, it's the wettest October in recorded history. See what happened, and get rainfall totals for North Phoenix.
The City of Phoenix voted Oct. 9 to notify the public that it intends to raise water rates next year and again the year after to deal with necessary maintenance and to add infrastructure to pump water to North Phoenix should an expected shortage of Colorado River water occur.
The roughly 2-3 inches of rain from the remnants of Hurricane Rosa, along with other October rains, has changed the state's drought picture noticeably, state officials announced today.
A pair of four-year-term seats are up for general election on the DVUSD board of directors. In&Out Publications asked each candidate to briefly answer three questions.
At a controversial time in Arizona education, two candidates vie to be the new superintendent. In&Out Publications asked each to briefly answer questions about funding, teacher pay, charter schools and vouchers.
A trio of four-year-term seats on the DMFD board of directors are up for general election. In&Out Publications asked each candidate to answer three questions.
When Notes from Neptune first played Amped last month, they wowed the crowd with a surprising set of covers across multiple genres, from rock to jazz to country.
In most cities, urban dwellers pay a higher percentage of their income for either a new mortgage or for rent than do their suburban and rural counterparts. Yet in the Phoenix metro area, it's the suburbanites who pay more, a new analysis finds.