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.
Residents can meet candidates running for Anthem Community Council and HOA boards.
Dino Cotton, a business owner and board member on Anthem Community Council, has filed a statement of interest with the Secretary of State’s office, intending to run in the primary election for State Representative in District 1.
By many measures, including the sheer number of people moving here, the Valley of the Sun (and our little corner of it) is poised for continued upward pressure on both rents and home prices.
Depending on individual finances, investing in a home may result in lower monthly costs than renting. Our simple chart compares some typical rent vs. buy scenarios.
More than 12,710 people in Arizona have been diagnosed with the flu so far this year. The proportion of children affected is higher than in recent years.
The Deer Valley Unified School District Board voted to finalize new boundary changes to balance enrollment in the northern portion of the district beginning with the 2020-21 school year.
More than a decade into the recovery from the housing bust, sales of existing homes in 2019 continued to be robust as prices rose across the North Valley.
Two adoption events Saturday n Anthem will aim to help dozens more dogs and cats find new homes.
ADOT plans some mild overnight inconvenience for drivers Jan. 24 & 25 during work on the new Pinnacle Peak Road bridge.
All Deer Valley Unified School District K–6 and K–8 schools will host an open house Jan. 30 for parents of students planning to attend kindergarten this fall.
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.