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The next Vitalant blood drive, hosted by Fountain Hills Noon Kiwanis and the Town of Fountain Hills, is set for Friday and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 30. Read more

The Town of Fountain Hills Community Services Department has announced four new sessions of the FX Boom Fitness for Adults and “FUN”ctional Fitness for Kids classes. Read more

Spotlight

The Fountain Hills Unified School District Parent Teacher Organization is in the midst of hosting a virtual gala, and members of the community are invited to take part and help support local e… Read more

Fall 2020 was the first sports season that Arizona and Fountain Hills competed in since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it was very different compared to seasons of years past. Read more

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I am ashamed that I did not write a letter to the editor last week. I did not have the right…

In the U.S. Congress, all House of Representatives, Senators and Independents are to represe…

Shortly after a highly contentious presidential election, the country as a whole expected a …

Fountain Hills recently erected more safety corridor signs. We now have flashing stop signs,…

First the former publisher of The Times reported in his column that he had seen a near accid…

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Mary Ann Snyder of Fountain Hills passed away peacefully on Mo…

Joseph Thompson passed away on his 85th birthday, Dec. 31, 202…

The State of the Town address is scheduled for next Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 8 a.m. and you don’t even have to change out of your pajamas to attend this year.

We here at The Times have been big fans of the proposed International Dark Sky Discovery Center from the beginning. We stated as much in June 2019, and we remain eager to see the project get back up and running.

January is a month that has several personal anniversaries for me that have greatly impacted my life.

This Week in the Times

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is reporting deputies responded to the following incidents between Thu… Read more

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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