Army veteran Steve Martin lost his legs as a result of injuries he sustained from a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. The Valley resident was a contractor at the time and didn’t qualify for VA benefits.
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Phoenix resident Sara Mayer aims to raise more than $276,000 to fund blood cancer research, with assitance from these three supporters who have lost loved ones to the disease.
Anthem-based nonprofit Youth for Troops has made 5,000 deployed troops smile this month by sending care packages to them.
Atlanta police say it’s too early to say whether the March 16 shooting rampage, which left six women of Asian descent dead, was a hate crime. But there’s no question that hate is on the rise for many Asian Americans, who are frightened but not surprised by such attacks.
The Anthem community’s pickleball courts are fully up and running after undergoing repairs.
The Anthem Community Council is hosting its drive-thru Go Green event from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, April 17, at the Community Park lower parking lot, 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway.
Recruiting is underway for nursing and other positions at the new Abrazo Cave Creek Hospital, whic h is expected to open in mid-2021. Job fairs are planned for March 31 and April 14 at the hospital, located at 5227 E. Carefree Highway.
Construction is nearly complete, and a mid-year opening is planned for Abrazo Cave Creek Hospital near the intersection of Carefree Highway and Cave Creek Road.
The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service have extended the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year to be automatically pushed from April 15 to May 17. The IRS will soon provide formal guidance.
Angelica Heras is passionate about her role as site coordinator for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale, Anthem Extension.