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The annual Stroll in the Glow, sponsored by the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce, will take place in downtown Fountain Hills next Saturday, Dec. 4, from 5 to 8 p.m. along Avenue of the Fountains. Read more

The Town of Fountain Hills’ continued use of COVID-19 restrictions at town facilities came under fire with comments during “call to the public” at the Nov. 16 regular session of the Town Council. Read more

The Town Council heard from staff at its Nov. 16 session with an update on the ongoing discussion regarding fee waivers for use of town facilities and amenities. The council approved a tentati… 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 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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This is an action on which Fountain Hills Republicans and Democrats can unite. Please encour…

I do not understand the “support all development” position of the current government of the …

The recent fair was a huge success, as usual, with crowds of merchants and browsers enjoying…

This is in response to Sherri James, who wrote a quite surprising letter. I’m surprised beca…

As the founder of A 2nd Act, a patient advocacy group dedicated to supporting and celebratin…

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

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Thom Shartle, 59, of Fountain Hills passed away peacefully on …

Mary J. Martin passed away Oct. 15, 2021. Mary was born in Emm…

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.”

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, a time we traditionally gather with loved ones to give thanks for the past year and eat what many doctors would consider an ill-advised amount of turkey, sides and pies.

The fall Fountain Festival of Fine Arts and Crafts drew a massive crowd to Fountain Hills this past weekend, preceded by a memorable gathering for Veterans Day in Fountain Park. Next week we’ve got the Thanksgiving Day Parade and Turkey Trot, with events like the Stroll in the Glow on the horizon.

This Week in the Times

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