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The nationwide labor shortage will impact summer fun for untold thousands of Phoenix children and adults this summer after the city announced it can open only half of its pools beginning Memorial Day weekend.

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The Anthem Community Council and Republic Services are teaming up once again to provide a free and sustainable way to dispose of household items at the drive-thru Go Green event on Saturday, Oct. 8.

Abrazo Scottsdale Campus recently dedicated its new cardiac catheterization lab with a ribbon cutting to introduce the hospital’s state-of-the-art cardiology equipment on Sept. 8 and began treating patients there shortly after.

The Back the Badge annual fundraising event offers an evening of entertainment Saturday, Oct. 8, with bull riding, music and a live auction at the Roadrunner Restaurant and Saloon while helping raise money to support Arizona first responders and their families at the same time.

After COVID-19 highlighted a need, Phoenix has hired its first public health adviser, Nicole Dupuis-Witt, to join city leadership starting Monday, Oct. 17, according to Phoenix City Manager Jeff Barton.

The Anthem Veterans Memorial is hosting its 11th annual Veterans Day Concert and Ceremony this year and is inviting the community to join in honoring, saluting and supporting the community’s veterans and their families.

Cave Creek’s first “Octoberfest” car show started as an idea to bring a couple small town car enthusiasts together and, while that mission remains true, it has evolved into a miniature town fair.