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When it rains in Fountain Hills, it sometimes pours, causing drainage and flooding issues. The Flood Control District of Maricopa County is surveying to learn more about stormwater and urban r… Read more

The Town Council has approved separate professional service agreements with consultants to evaluate the town’s contracts for public safety services for the Town of Fountain Hills. McGrath Cons… Read more

The Town Council has approved updated noise regulations for the Town Code with an emphasis on “unreasonable noise” violations. The amendments remove enforcement standards based on decibel levels. Read more

The Town of Fountain Hills hosted its 31st annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning with more than 2,000 participants from across the country taking part in the 5K run and one-mile fitness walk. Read more

The Town Council has adopted its own agenda to address issues that are expected before the Arizona State Legislature in the coming session. Read more

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The L. Alan Cruikshank River of Time Museum annual membership meeting is set for Tuesday, Nov. 30, at 2 p.m. in the Fountain Hills Community Center.  Read more

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The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale has started its judging process for this year’s Youth of the Year award. Members and representatives from all clubs in the area met on Tuesday, … Read more

The Fountain Hills High School wrestling team is back in season, and the team is the biggest it’s been in the past five years. According to head coach Luke Salzman, most of the new wrestlers w… Read more

The Fountain Hills High School varsity cross country team finished its season on a bittersweet note. Both the boys and girls team were left on the outside looking in on state competition, but … Read more

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“Joe GO” has finally been stopped on this Earth. Joe Goyena has gone home to be with his Lord.

I am writing this letter in response to Edith Stock’s letter in the Nov. 4 issue of this new…

In response to the article about the continued masking in Town buildings in which I was quot…

I read with great interest the “Debate over COVID-19 safety measures” in the newspaper last week.

I think this was the best Thanksgiving Day Parade due to the new route (much more intimate f…

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It is with a heavy heart the family of Leonard “Len” S. Zaw, a…

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The community of Fountain Hills has lost one of its iconic bus…

Hunter Wyman, 25, passed away Nov. 18, 2021. He was born in Sc…

This week’s column was intended to be a Fountain HiIls History Lesson about the news of 1977.

In our daily lives, when we aren’t sure about something, we tend to look to the experts for information or recommendations. We trust that their long, focused careers on a given subject will provide better guidance than, say, our own gut check. You can’t just add a second story to your home w…

In the fall of 1967, the British rock band, Eric Burdon and The Animals, recorded an album and a song called “The Winds of Change.”

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