The Arizona Department of Transportation has rebranded the Hearing Impaired plate to Deaf/Hard of Hearing. It’s also now available for motorcycles.
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Disclosures last month that Lake Mead’s water level is plummeting more quickly than expected and putting even more strain on the Colorado River jolted some Western cities, but Phoenix wasn’t among them.
The city of Phoenix has begun creating a $500 million bond package it will put before voters in November 2023 to fund a variety of construction and renovation projects that have yet to be identified.
The recently formed Cave Creek Fire Department is now better equipped to fight wildfires thanks to a new brush truck that arrived for Fire Station 1 in mid-June.
The walls are up and floors are down for the Great Hearts Anthem school, which will have new amenities and more space to serve approximately 1,000 K-12 students.
Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline EMS Gold Plus achievement award for its commitment to offering rapid, research-based care to people experiencing a heart attack, ultimately saving lives.
The Cave Creek Museum will receive $9,699 from Questers to restore its tuberculosis cabin, the only remaining structure of its kind in Arizona.
The Anthem Community Council is hosting its 22nd annual free Independence Day celebration Sunday, July 3, at the Community Park with fun, food, dancing and, of course, fireworks.
Cave Creek Town Council unanimously approved a $40 million budget for the 2022/2023 fiscal year at its June 20 meeting.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office received a grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) to improve overall safety on public roads and highways by means of a new MCSO motorcycle unit.