The Community News

Phoenix Officials Try To Combat Summer Heat

by on May 7, 2019 0

Phoenix city leaders and nonprofits are preparing for the sweltering summer months. They’re starting the We’re Cool campaign, which offers free bottles of water and indoor locations to cool off. The campaign runs through October with nearly 60 stations throughout the Valley. “We lost 181 people in heat-related incidents last year. We have to...

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Phoenix Sets Special Election for August 2019

by on May 7, 2019 0

On Tuesday, August 27, 2019, Phoenix voters will decide on two ballot measures relating to pension reform and light rail. The Special Election is open to Phoenix residents who are registered voters and reside within the city limits at least 29 days prior to the election. The City Clerk Department has mailed notices to about...

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Coworking spaces offer more than just space

by on April 21, 2019 0

Coworking spaces are a viable alternative to working from home. Small and upcoming new business are opting to work around other companies. These spaces encourage productivity and collaboration through a shared space. Whether you’re a freelancer, business owner, or tend to travel a lot, coworking space presents a new alternative to the traditional office...

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Arizona preschool programs rank low on nationwide report

by on April 18, 2019 0

A report was recently released investigating preschool programs throughout the nation. Preschools in Arizona didn’t receive great results. “Arizona is really toward the bottom of the pack,” said Steve Barnett, the co-director of the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University. The report, which was released Wednesday, shows that only 4% of...

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