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The Town Council will be considering a special use permit (SUP) for the proposed development project at Saguaro and Kingstree boulevards when it meets on Tuesday, Sept. 21. Read more

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Fountain Hills High School is gearing up for homecoming week. The Student Government and homecoming committee can’t do every usual tradition this year, but it is a far cry better than last yea… Read more

The Falcon cross country team and a flock of volunteers hosted a huge meet this past weekend. Fountain Hills welcomed nearly 2,000 students from 85 registered schools on the morning of Sept. 11. Read more

The Fountain Hills High School football team fell 46-6 to Snowflake high school, the reigning 3A state champions last Friday night. The Falcons have a short week and hope to bounce back when t… Read more

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A recent exchange with another letter writer addressed these questions: Why do politicians r…

The Biden administration Afghanistan policy has finally awakened a few Democrats to the fact…

This past Saturday, the gag reflex hit me – hard. On my TV screen I saw the Benghazi Death S…

The Fountain Hills Theater has started a new season of in-person performances in the theater…

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Patricia R. Wells, 94 of Scottsdale, Ariz., formerly of Byron,…

Debby Combs, age 63, passed quietly Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021, …

Lynne Mott, 81, of Fountain Hills passed away peacefully in he…

John Notestein, 83, of Fountain Hills, Ariz., passed away peac…

This past Saturday we remembered the tragedy of the attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, and it reminded us that 20 years can pass in the blink of an eye. We were also reminded that the incident has had a tremendous impact on our national psyche.

Before I accepted this job, I could count the number of times I had been west of the Mississippi River on one hand. I was born and raised in Atlanta, Ga., and attended my dream school nearby at The University of Georgia.

In an Aug. 25 column concerning the Town’s updated sign ordinance and specifically temporary signs for businesses, Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Betsy LaVoie inaccurately stated that “temporary sign placement was not included in the discussions” at initial meetings. Th…

This Week in the Times

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As a public service, The Times publishes a list of items that have been reported lost or found in the community. Read more

Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies in Fountain Hills reported the following incidents during the week from … Read more