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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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A rare alliance between one of Phoenix City Council’s most conservative members and its more liberal wing threw the administration’s spending plans into chaos last week as it voted 5-4 to require contractors on many city projects to pay workers at a rate equal to the region’s prevailing wage…

Anthem residents will have their chance on Thursday, April 6, to weigh in on Phoenix’s spending plan for the coming fiscal year that focuses millions on soaring homelessness and a still-working plan to raise salaries of most city employees.

Abrazo Cave Creek Hospital is recognizing March 30 as National Doctors’ Day, paying tribute to its physicians for their service, skill and compassion. The theme of “Thank you for your commitment to heal” depicts a collective sentiment of deep appreciation for the outstanding group of physici…

The Holland Community Center was presented the Spirit of Scottsdale award by Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega at a celebration at Scottsdale City Hall March 21. The award recognizes one organization each year that helps strengthen and build Scottsdale’s community through their commitment to and…

Anthem Community Council Executive Director Aaron Baker said during a March 10 town hall meeting that the community is working to maintain its attractive lifestyle as the region around it develops.  

Rob MacGregor and Naresh Goel were elected to the Anthem Parkside Community Association Board of Directors, while Dino Cotton was named the Parkside representative on the Anthem Community Council Board of Directors.

Anthem Days is returning, complete with local businesses showing off their wares, rides and fair food from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 25, and Sunday, March 26.