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ANTHEM NEWS

Phoenix native earns praise from U.S. Navy

A Phoenix native just received some high praise from the U.S. Navy this week.Alexis Zweygardt, a 2014 graduate of Glendale’s Independence High, was named Sailor of the Quarter for the USS …
Leadership

Leaders selected for business, economic partnership

A local Phoenix organization announced the names of various new team members who will work together to solve common problems that arise in government and business settings.
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Semiconductor Fab hires 250 for Phoenix plant

A Taiwanese semiconductor company announced the hiring of 250 employees who will build computer chips at its Phoenix manufacturing facility.Last year, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. announced …
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Decision on development near Anthem delayed

A controversial development issue near Anthem will land on the desks of the Phoenix Planning Commission after an appeal was filed on the matter. The April 28 appeal, filed by Richard Zimmerman of New …
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Decision on development near Anthem delayed

A controversial development issue near Anthem will land on the desks of the Phoenix Planning Commission after an appeal was filed on the matter. The April 28 appeal, filed by Richard Zimmerman of New …
Events

Carnival, family-friendly atmosphere at Anthem Days

Looking for a bit of outdoor fun this weekend? Anthem Days might be your answer. Officials at the master-planned community are hosting the family-friendly event at the Community Park, 41703 N. Gavilan …
Housing

Phoenix leads U.S. cities in February home price gain

Phoenix led over 20 U.S. cities in home price growth in February, according to a new report from S&P Dow Jones Indices.
Entertainment

Anthem's Music in May events are back

Bring your lawn chairs and sandals — music in Anthem is back.In May, residents can see concerts every Friday starting on May 7. The free concerts will be held at the amphitheater at Anthem …
Opinion

May is Older Americans Month. This elder awareness protection program was started in 1963 by President John Kennedy and was originally known as Senior Citizens Month. The 2021 theme of Older …

Paying taxes isn’t a favorite pastime of most Americans. And in retirement, paying higher taxes can be an unwelcome surprise when the financial plan did not account for them.
Neighbors

Meet Lizeth – Teen Looks to Share Larger-than-Life Personality with Loving Family

Lizzie is looking for a one or two parent home that will fulfill her dream of having a loving family to call her own. She has a wide variety of interests such as shopping, swimming, and playing board games that she would like to share with her forever family. Lizzie also says she enjoys playing outside and doing yard work!

Meet Aaron – Active Teen Hopes for Loving Family

Sixteen-year-old Aaron likes to stay active, both physically and mentally.
Education

Foundation provides free copies of U.S. Constitution to support civics education

A local nonprofit organization has printed small pocketbook-sized editions of the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence and making them available free of charge to Arizona school …
Neighbors

Photos: Wells Fargo, Larry H. Miller Ford Mesa donate vehicle to Army veteran

Wells Fargo in collaboration with Larry H. Miller Ford Mesa sponsored a donation of a payment-free 2020 Ford TRKS Edge through the Military Warriors Support Foundation’s Transportation4Heroes …

Meet Kasumy – Teen Eager to Experience Life with a Family

When asked, thirteen-year-old Kasumy describes herself as quiet, happy, and open to trying new things.
Business

As the nation forges ahead and climb out of the 2020 economic downturn, women are emerging as leading entrepreneurs, creating an estimated 1,800 new businesses daily.

Chill out this summer at the brand new We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort where you can try your luck with state-of-the-art gaming, bask in luxurious accommodations and lavish amenities, relax in the pool and …
Entertainment

Indie pop/rock group plays two shows

The local band A Girl Named Scot will perform at a house show 5:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, April 30, at 2314 E. Whitton Ave. Other artists performing are The Whitton, Local Bandits, Jam Now and John …
Guitar League members jam during a monthly session pre-COVID-19.

Guitar League to bring back live monthly meetings

The Phoenix chapter of the Guitar League will relaunch monthly live meetings beginning Tuesday, May 11.
The Musical Theatre of Anthem will kickoff its 2021-22 season this summer and is asking the public’s help in finding youth actors and actresses to perform in the group’s eight shows.

Youth actors, actresses wanted for Anthem theatre

The Musical Theatre of Anthem will kick off its 2021-22 season this summer and is asking the public’s help in finding youth actors and actresses to perform in the group’s eight shows.

Wreaths Across America Radio to host veteran healing roundtable

Wreaths Across America Radio will hold the first in a series of four roundtable discussions focused on veteran healing through sharing stories of resilience, purpose and success at 7 p.m. Eastern time Thursday, March 25.
The Green Hornet, left, and Little Red were the prototypes for the Mustang GT 500 that was a partnership between Carroll Shelby and Ford Motor Co. in the late 1960s.

Documentary about Ford Shelby's 'Little Red' serves as Barrett-Jackson auction preview

Craig Jackson was on a mission to find and restore a long-lost Ford Shelby Mustang, and a new documentary explores how it was done. Mr. Jackson, CEO of Barrett-Jackson Auction Co., will provide …
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