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Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone has ordered the suspension of Sheriff’s Posse operations to allow for a new evaluation of volunteers participating in the program. Read more

Senior Services, Inc. (SSI) and the Town of Fountain Hills are encouraging “New Adventures” for senior citizens in Fountain Hills by providing free transportation to events. Read more

The Fountain Hills quilting group, Quilts & More, has completed two large quilts to be donated to Quilts for a Cause, which is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Tucson. Read more

After rejecting a request by EPCOR Water for a consolidation of districts and new water rates late last month, the Arizona Corporation Commission immediately ordered the company to submit a ne… Read more

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For the second time in Fountain Hills High School history, a Falcon wrestler has taking the title of state champion for his weight class. Read more

The Fountain Hills High School girls basketball team has wrapped up its regular season and is looking ahead to the state tournament. Read more

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To my Boys & Girls Club members, alumni and families, It is with a mixture of sadness an…

No, Gary H., it’s not just you. I had a similar experience at our town library. It was enter…

Thank you, Concours in the Hills! Peter Volny and his crew once again pulled off an amazing …

As a guy who performed at Munch and Music 10 times with the OK Chorale, it was a delight to …

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Opal A. Thompson, 97, of Fountain Hills passed away on Feb. 5,…

James “Jim” Patterson, 67 years old, passed away on Jan 23, 20…

Ariel M. Watson of Scottsdale passed away peacefully in her ho…

Ruth Tessmer (Jones) entered eternal rest on Jan. 25, 2019 at …

Wallace D. Boysen, born Sept. 23, 1935 in Cherokee, Iowa, ente…

It’s no secret that 2018 was a bad year for pedestrian-related automobile collisions in Fountain Hills, with numerous injuries and a staggering five fatalities tallied over the past 12 months. And that doesn’t even include the non-injury incidents that resulted in crunched vehicles and the d…

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February is almost half over and the time just keeps flashing by. It seems like we just celebrated Christmas and I mean the one in 2017, let alone this past holiday season.

As they have throughout history, libraries continue to respond to customers’ needs. In 2019, more than 65 local libraries in Maricopa County offer so much more than a great place to read. The goal is to inspire curiosity, to encourage discovery and exploration of new worlds and to help all M…

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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 responded to the following incidents reported in Fountain Hills between … Read more