After a year-long push, the United States Senate passed a bipartisan bill that will create thousands of jobs in Arizona, fix supply chains, lower costs and strengthen national security that was proposed by Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly.
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The U.S. House passed a bill introduced by Arizona District 3 Congressman Raul Grijalva that would authorize the Colorado River Indian Tribes to lease a portion of its federal Colorado River water allocation.
The Anthem Community Council amended its graffiti and vandalism policy to establish enforcement measures, including fines, for nonaction on the property owner’s part after complaints about the issue from residents.
City Manager Jeff Barton selected Michael Sullivan, who currently serves as deputy commissioner of the Compliance Bureau for the Baltimore Police Department, to serve as the Phoenix Police Department interim police chief starting Sept. 12, 2022.
Cactus Shadows High School, well known for its athletic achievements, is adding two new sports to its list of extracurriculars this year: boys volleyball and girls sand volleyball.
After a highly competitive election and talk of changing the town’s course, Carefree residents voted to keep all current members of council and add Sheila Amoroso, who previously served on a town committee.
The votes are in, and Bob Morris will be serving as Cave Creek’s next mayor, joined by a split council of three returning and three new councilmembers.
Veterans are personal to singer Lee Perreira.
The Anthem chapter of the Philanthropic Educational Organization Sisterhood, a U.S. and Canadian nonprofit organization that helps women achieve their educational goals, is set to have a meeting in Anthem Thursday, Sept. 1, to discuss requirements for scholarships they offer and answer any q…
Petty Officer 2nd Class and Cave Creek native Gordon Medica is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise, Rim of the Pacific.