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North Valley Symphony Orchestra invites the public to attend its annual fundraiser, “All That Jazz! A Roaring 20s Golden Gala Event.”
On- and off-ramps at the Loop 101 and 7th Avenue will be closed for several weeks beginning the evening of Sunday, Jan. 5.
ProMusica Arizona invites professional and community singers and instrumentalists to audition for the Chorale and Orchestra for the second half of the performance season.
Upgrades include bicycle lanes and shared lane markings, bicycle protection and signage.
With a major winter storm forecast to create “very difficult to impossible” driving conditions in the high country from late Thursday until Friday morning, ADOT expects closures.
About 500 city employees, mostly in the city’s libraries and parks department, will qualify for the raise, voted in by the City Council today.
Low-cost classes prepare people to deliver initial emergency procedures until first responders arrive. Classes are Nov. 7 and Nov. 14.
The Loop 303 will see intermittent ramp and lane closures in both directions at Lake Pleasant Parkway this weekend while an overhead utility line is installed.
Overnight restrictions on Interstate 17 are scheduled near Happy Valley Road Sept. 29 to Oct. 3.
The first vaping-related respiratory illness have been identified in Arizona, part of a national outbreak.
Total West Nile cases in humans in Maricopa County so far this year have exceeded the total for all of last year.
Most of the fires were human caused, including vehicles parked in tall grass, debris burns, and welding.
Arizona saw fewer crashes, fewer fatal crashes, fewer injury crashes and fewer crash-caused injuries, yet total crash deaths rose to just more than 1,000.
ADOT plans brief overnight closures and delays while crews refresh the lane lines from 10 p.m. Sunday, June 9 to 5 a.m. Monday.
While swimming near the shoreline, a man ventures farther out and goes under while family and friends are unable to reach him.
On Tuesday, August 27, 2019, Phoenix voters will decide on two ballot measures relating to pension reform and light rail.
The ban includes campfires, fire pits, and charcoal grills in all Maricopa County parks. Gas/propane grills can be used in designated areas such as the ramada areas, semi-developed and developed camping sites.
North Valley Symphony Orchestra (NVSO) will close out their season and kick off the summer with a patriotic musical tribute to America May 11.
The fourth time is not a charm as the mother eagle destroys the egg, putting an end to the hapless pair’s hopes for a chick this year.
Patti Graetz, well known vocalist and conductor in the Valley and beyond, takes on the new dual role.