The Community News

Banner Health Opens Heart Failure Center in Phoenix

by on August 4, 2020 0

Banner Health in Phoenix now has the only heart failure program of its kind in Arizona. With the addition of heart transplant services, Banner — University Medical Center Phoenix has become the only hospital in the state with a fully comprehensive heart failure center. Banner Health was originally approved to perform heart transplants in...

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Harkins Theatres Looks To Reopen In September

by on July 24, 2020 0

In a letter written by the President and CEO of Harkins Theatres on Wednesday, Mike Bowers announced that they are looking at reopening sometime in September. “The decision about when and how to reopen our theatres is predicated on two things: first, the ability to deliver a superior moviegoing experience in a way that...

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Phoenix Police Overtime Surpasses $7 Million

by on July 21, 2020 0

Protests against police violence following the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis led the Phoenix Police Department to pay out more than $7 million in overtime costs. For over 30 days protesters took to the streets and demanded transparency and accountability from Phoenix police over use-of-force tactics, with some demonstrators calling for the...

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Arizona Receives $6 Million to Fight Homelessness

by on July 20, 2020 0

Arizona nonprofits and government agencies are getting nearly $6 million in federal funding to combat homelessness. The $5,950,572 comes from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Emergency Solutions Grant program. The Arizona Governor’s Office said Tuesday in a press release that $4.35 million is for shelters, programs, and services that help people...

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FSL Receives $2 Million to Help Phoenix Residents with Utility and Rent Assistance Due to Pandemic

by on July 7, 2020 0

FSL (Foundation for Senior Living) and Wildfire (formerly Arizona Community Action Association) have entered into an agreement to help Phoenix residents who need assistance with their rent or mortgage and utility bills including electric, gas or City of Phoenix water.  These funds were allocated to City of Phoenix under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and...

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