Serrano’s Launches Burritos for Badges Donation Program

Serrano’s Launches Burritos for Badges Donation ProgramAll 5 Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants Move to Curbside Pickup and Delivery OnlyCHANDLER, Ariz. (April 2, 2020) – Serrano’s...

Restaurant To Donate Pizzas to HonorHealth Hospitals

We are all in this together. Local restaurant PHX Beer Co. believes in that and that’s why, beginning this Friday, April 3, through April...

Local Credit Union Renovates Resource Pantry for College Students in Need

TruWest® Credit Union has partnered with Mesa Community College (MCC) to refurbish its free market pantry for students in need and support success in higher education. The “Mesa...

Rio Salado College Hosts Food Justice Conference Featuring Author Leah Penniman,...

Rio Salado College is proud to host Food Justice: Creating Equity Through Sustainable Food Systems, a free, half-day conference on Wed., March 18, 2020...

Derma Health Skin and Laser to Open at Gilbert Shopping Center...

The newest Derma Health Skin & Laser will open at SanTan Pavilions in Gilbert in February. Locally owned and operated Derma Health has offered its medical grade aesthetic services to men...

Adopt Animal Shelter Pets

Please Adopt Your Pet Folks, we have an important plea for you.  If you are looking for a pet to bring home, please check out...

Arizona Girl Up 5K in Tempe this Saturday, January 4 at...

By Violeta PanayotovaWe came, we saw, we ran! Although the high school cross country season is over, the Arizona community is ready to run...

Join the Arizona Girl Up 5K in Tempe on Saturday, January...

On Saturday, January 4th, 2020, the Arizona Girl Up Chapter is holding a 5K Fundraiser along the Tempe Canal to promote women’s health, safety,...

LGBT students face scrunity throughout Arizona

Arizona public schools are still undecided on whether sexual education should be taught as a class. Arizona has always had many historical issues within...

Learn Benefits of Clinical Trials at Free Local Event

 Valley residents can learn how to get involved with clinical medical trials on Dec. 5, 2019, at the inaugural Phoenix AWARE for All event....

Queen Creek Unified Students & Staff Honor Veterans

There are around 21 million veterans in the United States; 522,188 live in Arizona, according to data from the Department of Veterans Affairs. To...

Fulton Homes’ 7th Annual Fly The Flag Campaign Raises Funds for...

Valley linchpin Fulton Homes has announced the conclusion of this year's Fly The Flag philanthropy drive. The 7th annual drive, which wrapped in conjunction...

Vaping Epidemic Hits Arizona Youth

The vaping epidemic that is taking over the nation is impacting students in Arizona schools.  The Arizona Department of Health Services has reported at least...

Sun Devil leaders to receive honors at 2019 Homecoming

The ASU Alumni Association will honor Sun Devil leadership during the upcoming Nov. 23 Homecoming game, which will pit ASU against the University of...

Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley Celebrate 42nd Annual...

Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley (BGCEV) celebrated the 42nd Annual Giving Great Futures Gala at The Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse...

The Velvet Handcuffs Book – Hot off the Press!

The Velvet Handcuffs Breaking Free of Corporate America.  Authored by Bob Wallace, MBA  Overview This newly published book delivers meaningful and useful tools to break out...

Coffee News returns to Scottsdale in September, continuing a 12-year tradition...

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Community newspaper Coffee News is returning to Scottsdale the week of Sept. 15 after a six-month hiatus. Mark Blum and Aaron Peters...

OpenWorks Debuts on Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies

OpenWorks, a leading national facility services and commercial cleaning franchise operator, announced it has been named to the 2019 Inc. 5000, the...

Washington Federal Foundation announces $41,000 in recent local grants including $25,000...

The Washington Federal Foundation, the community grant program for Washington Federal Bank, has donated $41,000 in recent local grants to nonprofits throughout the state,...

Opinion: Plasma Donation Is It Worth The Compensation?

For those of you that are familiar with donations to the good cause of Plasma Protein Therapy, then you know that plasma donation centers...

Gorgeous Gilbert Home in Well Established neighborhood.

Gorgeous, Well Established, highly desired home in Highland Grove at Morrison Ranch! Great school district and close to great restaurants & nightlife, Cactus Yards,...

Great Hearts AD Receives Prestigious Honor

Great Hearts Academies is excited to announce that Duane Ediger, athletic director (AD) at Scottsdale Preparatory Academy (SPA), was voted AD of the Year...

Artlink Announces New First Fridays Shuttle

To give visitors better access to arts and culture experiences during Phoenix’s popular First Fridays Art Walk, Artlink Inc. has updated the routes of...

American Airlines Donates Thousands to Phoenix Children’s Hospital

American Airlines has gifted Phoenix Children’s Hospital $50,000 in honor of Michael Carreon. Carreon retired after 24 years with American Airlines in Phoenix, Arizona....

Facebook Stories Sweetens Birthdays with a New Feature; Partners with Tammy...

People have always come to Facebook to connect with friends around day to day life, and celebrate important moments, like birthdays. As such, on...

Subway Kids and Sports Rides Into Webster Elementary School To Surprise...

Subway Kids & Sports of Arizona, in partnership with Subway Restaurants of Arizona, Dasani Water, Shamrock Farms and The Be Kind People Project, rode...

3rd Annual Mission2Alpha Challenge

Mission2Alpha is a local organization that fundraises to aid veterans, first responders and others who serve the country is hosting its 3rd annual Mission2Alpha...

KID CHEF FROM SCOTTSDALE WINS HEALTHY COOKING CONTEST

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (BCBSAZ) just announced the grand-prize winner of its 2019 Walk On! Kids Cooking Challenge. David Hummert, a 9-year-old...

EXCEPTIONAL QUEEN CREEK TEEN NAMED ‘YOUTH OF THE YEAR’ BY BOYS...

Selected among nine outstanding youth, Camille Hartman from Queen Creek has been named the Youth of the Year by Boys & Girls Clubs of...

Inaugural ‘Game of Throws’ Cornhole Tournament to ‘Bag’ Funds for Cystic...

The inaugural Game of Throws 50/50 Cornhole Tournament hosted by Northwest Mutual - The Brutton Group will bring together members of the community looking...

AZ Common Ground Offers People a Second Chance at Life

There is a local non-profit organization that is working hard to give people hope after some of life's big challenges. AZ Common Ground is on...

Vote for your Favorite Kid-Inspired Healthy Dish Today

 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona asked local kids to create their best recipes for a healthy and tasty side dish and boy did...

Opinion: Reasons Why to Shop at Goodwill Stores

As an American consumer, odds are good you have heard of Goodwill stores.  They are virtually everywhere including right here in Phoenix.  Have you...

Southwest Human Development Announces “Walk with Me” Event, Feb. 23

 Sat., Feb. 23, families are invited to join the one-mile Walk with Me Family Fun Walk featuring activities, food and drinks, games crafts and...

Phoenix Theatre Announces Name Change to Commemorate 100th Anniversary

 Phoenix Theatre, the largest professional regional theatre company in the state, is changing its name to The Phoenix Theatre Company, effective Jan. 21, 2019.   The...

THE 8TH ANNUAL BALLOON CLASSIC IS BACK

 The 8th annual Arizona Balloon Classic (ABC8), benefiting Valley of the Sun United Way (VSUW), returns to the Goodyear Ballpark, located at 1933 S....

Lisa Ling Announced as Keynote Speaker for Valley of the Sun...

 Journalist, author and television host Lisa Ling will be the keynote speaker at the 2019 We Are United Luncheon — the annual fundraising event...

Adventure Awaits at the BIG Night Out with Big Brothers Big...

 Arizonans will sport their best black and white cocktail wear or business attire to raise funds and show support for the Big Brothers Big...

Phoenix IDA Makes Investment in the Future Supporting Early Language, Literacy...

  Southwest Human Development, Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development, was recently awarded a $45,000 grant by the Phoenix IDA to support several...

9th Annual Kids’ Healthy Cooking Contest Now Open

It’s that time of year again—time to make New Year’s resolutions. This year, why not resolve to get kids in the kitchen to cook...

Care2Act Helps Arizona Businesses Develop Valuable Community Connections

 You don’t have to work for a non-profit organization to make a notable impact in the community. That’s the sentiment behind the new initiative,...

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS CELEBRATES NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH

Looking to make a difference in your community in 2019? Why not make mentoring part of your New Year’s Resolutions this January. Mentoring not...

Reviving a Lost Art: 110 Tempe Elementary Students Take Part in...

Letter writing may seem like a lost art to some. But students in the Tempe Elementary School District are reviving it, thanks to the...

Queen Creek Middle School HOSA Students Give Back to Community

The holidays are here which means family, friends, and food. However, for some families, food can be hard to come by during the holidays....

Colby Cruisers Raising Funds to Donate Bikes to Grandchildren Being Raised...

It’s the season to make holiday wishes come true and Colby Cruisers, a Gilbert-based bike wholesaler/retailer, is teaming up with Duet, a Phoenix area...

Transgender Community Unites for Vigil

 People of the transgender community gathered in front of the Capitol building on Tuesday evening for a candlelight vigil in remembrance of all transgender...

Dominique Flagg: The Root of Inspiration

To be raised in a single parent household by a teen parent would be difficult enough for any child. To become the oldest and...

The Problem with Ballot (Language)

The midterm elections have come and gone, but Arizona voters may still not understand what they actually voted for. This year Ballotpedia, a non-partisan voter...

East Valley Businesses Win 1st AZ Walking Challenge

 MORE THAN 2,000 AZ EMPLOYEES LOGGED NEARLY 500 MILLION STEPS IN INAUGURAL ARIZONA WALKING CHALLENGE  Thirty-four companies from across the state stepped up their...

Book Launch Party November 15th

Phoenix, Arizona (October 31, 2018) – Have you ever thought you should be able to handle anything life throws at you? Have you wondered...

Support Duet, Create a Holiday Tradition at the 28th Annual Poinsettia...

Valley residents are invited to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season at the 28th Annual Poinsettia Tea from...

From Crime to Community Work

Prison is 97% managing boredom, the other three percent is either spent outside, or if you’re lucky, at a job. For those...

School District Superintendent Meets with Fifth Grade Student to Discuss Recycling

Who inspires you? For one Queen Creek Unified School District (QCUSD) student, it is the Superintendent. On October 16, Jack S., who attends Gateway...

Arizona’s Tallest Christmas Tree Arrives at Outlets at Anthem

 An annual tradition for many across the valley arrived at the Outlets at Anthem, Thurs., Oct. 25. For 17 consecutive years, the shopping center...

Arizona State Fair Celebrates Friends 55+ Day Presented by Humana on...

Fair goers 55 and older can enjoy complimentary admission to the Arizona State Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018, thanks to Humana, a leading...

Iora Health and Humana Expand Relationship to Provide More Medicare Beneficiaries...

Humana Medicare Advantage beneficiaries have additional access to five Iora Primary Care practices providing high-impact, relationship based primary care.   Iora Health and Humana’s (NYSE:...

GPS and Glendale Union High School District!

 For the next two weeks Apollo High School's freshman students will attend their P.E. classes which will now include golf instruction provided by Tom Loegering,...

Free vaccinations and spay/neuter vouchers plus $20 dog adoptions at Oct....

In celebration of pit bull awareness month, Fix.Adopt.Save. and its alliance partners are hosting the fifth annual Pittie-Palooza at Phoenix Metrocenter Mall on October...

Steward Health Care Announces New Partnership with the Arizona Diamondbacks That...

Steward Health Care, the nation's largest private, for-profit physician-led health care network, today announced a new partnership with Major League Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks that...

ASU’s Journalism Programs Prepare Students for Success

  Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication offers its students various programs to help them succeed in whichever...

Outlets at Anthem 14th Annual Shopping Extravaganza

 Free lunch, wine and chocolate tastings, a chance to win $25,000 in gift cards PLUS an easy way to contribute to charity - -...

Sourcely Appoints Jeff Mandell as Board Advisor

Sourcely Holdings, Inc., a leader in aftermarket mobile device parts and services, today announced that telecom and consumer electronics industry veteran, Jeff Mandell has...

Ali Ahmed Changes the View of College Safety

When 20-year-old Ali Ahmed walked onto Arizona State University (ASU) Tempe campus as a freshman, he did not know the role he would serve...

MdN Baseball Teams With Friends of Jaclyn

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Queen Creek High School Hosts Successful Blood Drive

        On Tuesday, August 28th, Queen Creek High School hosted a student blood drive. The blood drive was organized by Queen...

Arizona Firefighter Athletics: Purpose and Direction

Three visionaries founded the Arizona Firefighter Athletics (AZFFA) 501(c)3 charity organization in 2011, with the mission to, "Build camaraderie and community within the public...

West Side Story Comes to Phoenix Theatre

Phoenix Theatre, the largest professional regional theatre company in the Valley, is kicking off its 99th season with the classic musical, West Side Story...

Outlets at Anthem Hosts DINO-MITE Encounter

Want to see life-sized dinosaurs in real life? Visit Outlets at Anthem for its unforgettable Dino-Mite event Saturday, Sept. 1. Dino Crew Entertainment will...

StarshineAZ Celebrates World Entrepreneurs’ Day with Book Signing Event

StarshineAZ, a West Valley collaborative community for small business-owners is hosting a special event to commemorate World Entrepreneurs’ Day, Aug. 21, and the launch...

Out of this World STEM Summer Camp Inspiring Navajo and Hopi...

Since 1996, Lowell Observatory has brought STEM learning to the classroom through the Navajo-Hopi Astronomy Outreach program which pairs a Lowell astronomer with a...

Yavapai Symphony Association Receives Grant from APS for Ticket Gift Back...

For a second consecutive season, the Yavapai Symphony Association will be giving away a limited number of tickets to Phoenix Symphony concerts in Prescott...

Affordable, Fun Workshops for Adults

GateWay Community College is excited to announce Community Education classes starting in September 2018! Community Education is a collection of workshops designed to be...

Members of the Gilbert Town Council passed a vote to have...

    Gilbert Chief of Police Michael Soelberg said, "We have the vision to be the best in class in all areas including public safety."...

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Young LatinX Community Shares Their Opinions on The Fourth of July

With the recent events of minors being relocated from their families, young adults within the Latinx community have expressed unease during the Fourth of...

KJZZ News honored with Public Radio News Director National Awards

The Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI) announced their annual awards recognizing and celebrating the work of reporting, editing, anchoring and producing at local...

School Grading System Discussed at AZ Dept. of Education June Meeting

The Arizona Board of Education debated on June 25 whether schools, old and new, should still be graded on an A-F rating during their...

Chinese at Tempe Prep Is One of Many Summer Class Opportunities

Tempe Preparatory Academy offers many summer class options in its Summer Academy program, and while the image in your head of sum­mer vacation may...

Tempe Prep Seniors Select Colleges Across the Country

On May 1, Tempe Prep’s seniors made one of the biggest decisions of their lives: They declared which college they are going to attend...

An Update on the Opioid Crisis in Phoenix

  Since Gov. Doug Ducey signed the Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act in January of this year, opioid and drug related crimes are still a common...
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