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With the increasing difficulty and complexity of maintaining compliance with environmental and storm water infrastructure regulations, town staff asked the Town Council to approve a cooperativ… Read more

The Town of Fountain Hills will host the Spooky Blast Halloween event at Four Peaks Park on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 5 to 8 p.m. This fun-filled family event will be loaded with things to do fo… Read more

The Town of Fountain Hills and the Fountain Hills Sanitary District are looking to resolve what they are viewing as a “sodium (chloride) pollution” problem that impacts irrigation water in the… Read more

The Cactus Clash Speech and Debate Tournament is set to take place in Fountain Hills Nov. 4-6, and organizers are on the lookout for community judges. Read more


The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) released the initial conference placements for 2022-24 last Tuesday, Oct. 12. Fountain Hills High School remains a 3A school with an estimated enr… Read more

McDowell Mountain Elementary School was rocking last Tuesday night, Oct. 5. Parents and staff watched as the second-grade class performed four songs in their show called “A Year of Sports Fun.” Read more

It’s all in a day’s play for children and adults on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Fountain Hills Community Center. Read more

The Fountain Hills Varsity Football team won its last home game of the regular season Friday evening, Oct. 15. The Falcons won the turnover margin six to one, and routed region opponent Corona… Read more

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At a cost of under $100 for the entire year, the average homeowner in Fountain Hills can con…

Isn’t it interesting how tax-hungry politicians sell increasing tax burdens as “investments,…

Fountain Hills must be growing up. In case you have not noticed, there are already two annou…

To those interested, there will be a presentation on Thursday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m. at the new…

To prevent further spread of the coronavirus, we should require everyone to get fully vaccin…

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Shawn Florian passed away peacefully, surrounded by his belove…

Paul Donald Voelz went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Ch…

William Durston was born on Sept. 2, 1935, in Brentford, Middl…

Registered voters have a little under a week to get their ballots back in the mail. The good news is that, with only a couple of items to consider, that shouldn’t be a difficult deadline to make.

The mid-January opening of Fountain Hills Elementary School was a major milestone for the community and it kicks off our 1975 History Lesson.

The pandemic has impacted local events in a number of ways. Some had to be cancelled, others had to be postponed, and still others had to be put on hold multiple times as organizers grappled with timing their activities so that folks could safely participate.

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