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A crew with Precision Electric was at Fountain Park on June 10 unloading three new check valves for the pumps that feed the Fountain. The valves were ordered in October of last year and just a… Read more

Elevated fire danger conditions have led Tonto National Forest officials to implement Stage 2 Fire Restrictions, which were effective as of June 11 at 8 a.m. This was done in conjunction with … Read more

The middle of June is here and along with it, the National Weather Service’s official start of the monsoon as of Tuesday, June 15. Weather officials say the season should wrap up by the end of… Read more

Not a moment too soon to take some of the edge off the hot sun, the new shade structure has been installed to cover the playground equipment at Four Peaks Park. Read more


On Thursday, May 20, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale (BGCS) members at the Mary Ellen & Robert McKee Branch in Fountain Hills celebrated the opening of their new STEAM Makersp… Read more

“Design your future, live above the influence,” was the theme of the 7th annual Poster Contest open to Fountain Hills Middle School students in grades six through eight. This event was hosted … Read more

On January 21, the Fountain Hills Businessmen’s League lost its most valued member. Organizers say Jerry Berna was the heart and soul of the League for 17 years, administering every aspect of … Read more

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Troubling things bubbling to the surface. First, the continued efforts by town government to…

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Glenn P. Cate, 68, of Fountain Hills passed away Sunday, March…

Rose Yarina, 90, passed away June 1, 2021 in Fountain Hills. R…

On May 24, 2021, in the early morning hours, our beloved “Mopp…

This time of year always feels like the end of one of those medication commercials you see on TV. Summertime in Arizona may cause dizziness, confusion, heatstroke, dehydration, need for heightened security around the pool, monsoon floods, an influx of rattlesnakes, dust storms and spontaneou…

Even in a town as picturesque as Fountain Hills, tragedy can strike. Be it a fire, death or traffic accident, these occurrences can have a major impact on the individuals involved.

The Town of Fountain Hills has lost another of its outstanding citizens. And I lost another dear friend with the passing of Jerry Miles last Saturday night.

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