The most magical thing about the holidays is the way we so joyfully give to others. Not just our friends and families—but to complete strangers who are in need. At Hospice of the Valley, we look forward to some annual traditions that remind us how blessed we are to be able to bless others.
When the Worth family dropped off their late son’s ATV for repairs in August at The Gremlin Garage, a motorcycle shop in New River, their younger son had no idea the surprise awaiting him when they were to pick it up in December.
Well, here we go into the Christmas season. This season, I am concerned about folks. Many people experience real depression and intense stress that comes with fear, uncertainty and a lack of contact with real human beings.
The Hibachibot food truck has been serving Korean barbecue fusion food around the Valley for more than six years. But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit Arizona, the owners of Hibachibot—like other businesses—were forced to reevaluate their business model.
Today I would like to pour out on you readers a potpourri of perspectives I have gleaned from others regarding life and living in 2020. You can access their thoughts on social media and the internet. Courage, my friends. Read on!
Despite COVID-19 shutting down gyms, Boulder Creek High School quarterback Bear Milacek stayed fit, hoping for his football season to start.
A Cave Creek artist is featured on an upcoming episode of the “AZ Creates!” web series about creatives in Arizona. Graphite artist Jack Schilder of Cave Creek is the “Creative Connection” interviewee for the November 5 show on the AZ Creates YouTube channel. He reflects on his international …
Rock Springs Café will deliver pies in the Phoenix and Prescott areas this holiday season, with a portion of the proceeds of all bulk pie sales benefiting the Black Canyon Fire and Prescott Police departments.
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There is a growing need for reasonably priced housing in Cave Creek, and the developers of Tamarisk Rentals are seeking to address it with their newest project.
Construction recently started for a new town trail connection between Cave Creek Town Hall and Spur Cross Road that will improve safety and connectivity for pedestrians and nonmotorized vehicles.
Mike Bauer didn’t have any expectations when he signed up for the website 23AndMe, which provides personalized DNA insights.
To hold entities within the pharmaceutical industry accountable for causing the opioid epidemic and inflicting significant harm on people and communities, local governments have entered into the One Arizona Opioid Settlement memorandum of understanding.
Renowned bowler Loa J. Boxberger died Dec. 20 at the Heritage at Carefree. She was 81.
It’s no question that the pandemic has presented many people, businesses and organizations with major setbacks. The financial struggle was evident for Desert Foothills Land Trust, a Cave Creek-based nonprofit that relies solely on donations.
The Daisy Mountain Firefighters Charities kicked off its 12th annual toy drive on November 28, but the collections continue through the holidays.
Home Instead’s seasonal program, Be a Santa to a Senior, returns with new options for community participation.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen might soon be serving fried chicken to Cave Creek residents.