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The Fountain Hills Coalition is hosting a panel discussion next week focusing on methamphetamine use, along with the dangers of fentanyl and counterfeit opioid pills. The goal is to get a cros… Read more

Valley Metro is currently taking public comment on a proposal that would discontinue the #514 express bus route that serves Fountain Hills. Read more

Since August of 2020, the Town of Fountain Hills has been gathering data for the Active Transportation Plan. The Plan reviews the non-vehicular transportation system in the town and recommends… Read more

The Fountain Hills Sanitary District is requesting letters of interest from individuals interested in filling a vacant seat on the Board of Directors. Read more

At its Nov. 17 regular session, the Town Council approved an additional $90,000 to cover the costs of modifications made during the construction of the roundabout intersection of La Montana Dr… Read more


The Fountain Hills Unified School District Governing Board held an open meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18, where the board voted to terminate the district’s intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with … Read more

The special education program at Fountain Hills High School has made some changes this year that have some parents in the community concerned, but Superintendent Kelly Glass said she is confid… Read more

The Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board voted on Thursday, Nov. 19, to delay the start of the winter sports season to January. Read more

The Fountain Hills High School football is planning to host a game this Friday, Nov. 20, to make up for the canceled Senior Night. The Falcons will face off against Eastmark at home starting a… Read more

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One of the outstanding original hires by the Town of Fountain Hills passed away recently. Pa…

On or about January of this tumultuous year, a horrible plague was loosed on our society. It…

Two recent issues have had two major pieces by the paper shamelessly touting Arpaio’s book. …

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Robert Kauffman, 58, of Fountain Hills passed away peacefully …

William “Bill” Guilfoil, 75, of Huron, Ohio, and Fountain Hill…

Timothy Stancati was born on Feb. 26, 1952, in Brooklyn, N.Y.,…

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and, while 2020 has certainly been full of its ups and downs, it’s important to remember the many things we as individuals, and as a community, have to be thankful for.

I received a postcard early in 2016 with an invitation to take the first Vision Fountain Hills community survey. Little did I know that those five minutes of taking the survey would begin a new journey for me.

My series of columns on Fountain Hills’ history continues this week with a story about how a young woman’s persistence and cooperation by local contracting companies resulted in getting a major acquisition for the River of Time Museum back in 2001.

This Week in the Times

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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 along with Fountain Hills Fire Department to a reported reside… Read more