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The weather is getting cooler and everyone is ready to get into the great outdoors for fresh air and to break the cabin fever. Read more

The US Census Bureau has extended the deadline for US residents to be counted to Oct. 31, 2020. Every year, billions of dollars in federal funding go to hospitals, fire departments, schools, r… Read more

The community is invited to participate in the Parade of Thanksgiving. The Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce is pivoting the Thanksgiving celebration this year, and at the same time organizin… Read more

It is possible to catch a Valley Metro transit bus in Fountain Hills in the early morning hours for a ride that would take passengers all the way to downtown Phoenix. The bus returns in the ev… Read more

Spotlight

The Fountain Hills Unified School District Governing Board is holding a regular meeting tonight, Oct. 21, at the District Learning Center starting at 6:30 p.m. Read more

It was another tough week for the Lady Falcons, but volleyball head coach Pete McGloin feels that it provided another tough lesson that, if learned, will help the Falcons in the future. Read more

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Shortly after we moved to Fountain Hills, I took part in a Saturday event for Vision Fountai…

Alice Novotny’s Sept. 30 letter was right on the money! Donald continues to sow hate and div…

The Democrats’ mantra that Trump did not handle the COVID-19 epidemic is simply not true.

Michael Flynn was Trump’s foreign policy advisor. He pled guilty to lying to investigators a…

He can try to deny 47 years of political disfunction and past failures until he is blue in t…

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Lou was born in Elizabeth, N.J., on Oct. 20, 1936, and passed …

Shirley Scheu, 92, of Fountain Hills went to be with Jesus on …

Robert Emmett Malone was born in Huron, S.D., on May 10, 1922 …

Aren’t you excited to be told we are in the middle of “Cities and Towns Week?” I know, I know, there is a day or a week or a month designated for just about everything under the sun, but when I saw the announcement by the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, I thought, “Why not? Might give me…

I recently received a press release that tells me that Joe Arpaio is not taking retirement lightly.

There are few events that embody the spirit of community quite like the annual Make a Difference Day. It’s literally a day of neighbors helping neighbors without compensation or special recognition outside of the heartfelt thanks of those the event is designed to support.

This Week in the Times

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Fountain Hills took reports on several incidents involving mostly minor… Read more

Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies in Fountain Hills responded to a reported shoplifting incident in the 16… Read more