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Summer monsoon storms in July and August of 2018 caused an estimated $80,000 in damage for the Town of Fountain Hills and poured five inches of rain onto the community. To be clear, it was a storm in early October, after the official end of the monsoon season, that caused devastation at Gold…

The Town Council has given staff the approval to have a set of working plans prepared for a roundabout traffic circle at the intersection of Avenue of the Fountains and La Montana Drive. Town Manager Grady Miller told the council that, as it is, the Avenue and La Montana is “probably the mos…

Residents of El Lago Boulevard were back at the Town Council meeting on June 4 to continue airing their concerns about traffic safety on their street.

Maricopa County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating a burglary from a vehicle at the Motor Sports car lot at Saguaro Boulevard and Colony Drive on Monday, June 3.

“Under protest,” the Town Council approved an amendment to its contract with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office that adds a 3 percent increase to its payment for the 2019/2020 fiscal year.

The Town Council set up a win for all interested when it voted unanimously June 4 to make a zoning adjustment on property being proposed for the first hospital in Fountain Hills.

The Town Council gave approval for its $32.5 million budget for the 2019/2020 fiscal year at its regular session on Tuesday, June 4.

At the end of April, the Fountain Hills High School National Honor Society inducted a new class of students into the prestigious organization and among these new inductees was Karsten Dangel, FHHS NHS’ first member with special needs.

The Fountain Hills Democratic Club will hold its first happy hour of the summer this week.

Aaron Eckburg, co-founder of go lb. salt, a local gourmet salt company, and organizer of the weekly, seasonal Farmers Market on the Avenue of the Fountains median, died suddenly from an aortic dissection June 1 at the age of 48.

The Town of Fountain Hills recently completed a replacement program for the memorial benches in Fountain Park.

The National Weather Service has issued its first excessive heat warning that will impact the Phoenix area including Fountain Hills beginning Tuesday, June 11 at 10 a.m. and continuing through Thursday, June 13 at 8 p.m. Daytime temperatures are expected to exceed 110 degrees with overnight …

The weather is finally starting to get hot and the kids are out of school, so it’s time to figure out how to keep them from losing their cool.

Time Travelers Summer Camp for children ages 7 to 10, scheduled to begin June 11 at the L. Alan Cruikshank River of Time Museum, has been canceled because of low enrollment, said Museum Director Cherie Koss.

Time Travelers Summer Camp at the L. Alan Cruikshank River of Time Museum will focus on “Desert Dwellers,” animal inhabitants in the Sonoran Desert.