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Adoptable tortoises will soon awaken from their winter slumber, and AZGFD's Tortoise Adoption program will be be looking for good adoptive homes. There is no charge to adopt a tortoise.
Sandra Day O’Connor High School Teacher William Dugan received the Arizona State University's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Outstanding Mentor Teacher Award.
Nicole Campos of Anthem won this handmade violin, made by local luthier Jody Summerford and valued at over $5,000, in a North Valley Symphony Orchestra competition. She’ll play it March 3 at NVSO’s "Concertos and More."
An uptick in existing-home sales in the final three months of 2017 pulled down housing inventory nationwide to the lowest level since 1999, according to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of Realtors. Price growth stayed robust.
The Arizona Department of Revenue advises people to watch for criminals using phishing schemes, fraudulent phone marketing calls and online cons.
"In an effort to provide easy access to elected officials financial disclosure statements," the Arizona Secretary of State makes 2018 reports available. They include a listing of employers, businesses, sources of income, real estate, debts, gifts and special meetings and conferences they attended.
Among the fun: Kids fishing tanks, wildlife on display, target archery, supervised shooting, cowboy action, ORV demonstrations, camping, boating, hunting information and more.
Developed by the Department of Homeland Security for Local Community Preparedness, this 24 hours of training is provided free by Daisy Mountain Fire.
Commissioner Andy Tobin presented a plan for 80 percent of Arizona’s electricity generation to come from clean energy by 2050 along with the goal of having 3,000-megawatts of energy storage deployed by 2030.
Glowing luminaria will guide guests to the circular drive in front of stunning Anthem home. Golf cart valets will assist with parking. A doorman will escort attendees to the twinkle light entrance and welcome them to a magical, intimate evening of champagne and music showcasing the many talented soloists and small group performers from ProMusica Arizona. Just 100 tickets at $75 each.
The Phoenix City Council unanimously approved an ambitious new goal to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30 percent below 2012 levels by 2025—cutting carbon pollution from all residents and businesses.
Got Bitcoin fever? Even have a clue what a Bitcoin is? The Arizona Corporation Commission urges investors to avoid investing more than they can afford to lose into this type of risky investment.
A youth ensembles for strings within the North Valley Symphony Orchestra is looking for students (middle school and high school) to join the orchestra ensemble. No audition required.
Mountainside Fitness is hiring 120 new employees for its new two new locations in Happy Valley and Ahwatukee, on-site at both locations on Jan. 5th and 6th.
Motorists in Arizona driving to holiday destinations won’t encounter any scheduled freeway closures for construction work during or between the Christmas and New Year’s holiday weekends.
AZGFD — Standing at less than 11 inches tall, the American kestrel is a mighty bird of prey, yet the future of this fierce little falcon is uncertain, as populations are...
Several foxes have been seen alongside trailheads in Maricopa and other counties, and there is evidence the outbreak may be spreading to more urban areas, posing additional risk to people and pets in residential communities.
To celebrate its 10th season of entertaining the far Northwest Valley, Musical Theatre of Anthem (MTA) is giving Valley residents a chance to see the hit show at Gammage for just a $20 entry fee.
Following recent fatal off-highway vehicle (OHV) accidents, the Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds everyone about the importance of following best practices when driving on the state’s trails and public land roads.
Homeowners are holding on to their houses for 10 years now, on average, compared to just 6 years in 2009 and years prior. Recent research reveals this and a wealth of other information about buyers and sellers of homes in the United States, the obstacles they face and the motivations behind their decisions.