The Town of Fountain Hills was incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona on December 5, 1989. Today, the Town celebrates the 30-year milestone.
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Dr. Watson treats an engineer who has lost his thumb under mysterious circumstances and brings him to Sherlock Holmes, and so the game begins in “The Engineer’s Thumb.”
After the Stroll in the Glow presented by the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce this Saturday, Dec. 7, the Town of Fountain Hills has a month of holiday activities planned for residents.
It’s the time of year when homes are filled with beautiful and fun decorative lights – but it’s also a dangerous time when fire hazards can threaten the holiday cheer. As the Valley’s largest electric provider, Salt River Project is encouraging customers to stay safe this holiday season as t…
The town will hold a referendum election for the Daybreak apartment project in May 2020, following a report from Maricopa County that there are enough valid signatures on petitions calling for action by the council to be referred to voters.
Maricopa County Sheriffs’ deputies in Fountain Hills received a report on Saturday, Nov. 23, concerning two female suspects who allegedly loaded two grocery carts with groceries valued at more than $400 and left the store without paying.
JP Cahill feels that his past three years at the Boys & Girls Club McKee Branch have shaped him into the person he is today, a person who has the characteristics to be named the club’s Youth of the Year.
When driving near the intersection of Palisades and Fountain Hills Boulevards this month, a life-size illuminated nativity scene will be on display on the property of Trinity Lutheran Church.
This week marks the anniversary of the election that incorporated the Town of Fountain Hills as a municipality. Citizens went to the polls on Dec. 5, 1989 and voted to become an independent community.
It was chilly and damp but no rain fell on runners for the Fountain Hills Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day. More than 1,300 runners competed in the 5K race and 1-mile walk to burn calories in preparation for dinner later in the day.
As is traditional, the Fountain Hills veterans service organizations (VFW, America Legion, AMVETS and Marine Corps League) in Fountain Hills will host a Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day ceremony. This year’s ceremony is to be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec.7, at American Legion Post 58, 16837 Park…
The Thanksgiving storm that moved across Arizona this week spared the Thanksgiving holiday for the most part. There was no rain on the parade or Turkey Trot Thursday morning.
Drivers who travel State Route 87 should plan for daytime and overnight delays and allow extra travel time as of Monday, Dec. 2, while Arizona Department of Transportation crews complete crack fill work, weather permitting.
The Town Council will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 3 for its regular meeting and will have an added work session to discuss pavement condition standards and a 10-year pavement management program.
At the request of Toll Brothers access to the Adero Canyon Trailhead via the construction site will be closed on weekdays effective immediately for the next two weeks. The contractor will be doing heavy hauling over the roadway.
The Town of Fountain Hills has scheduled the grand opening for new playground equipment at Four Peaks Park for Saturday, Dec. 21, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Thanksgiving storm that moved across Arizona this week spared the Thanksgiving holiday for the most part. There was no rain on the parade or Turkey Trot Thursday morning in Fountain Hills.
St. Anthony on the Desert Episcopal Church will hold its annual Christmas Bazaar and Bistro from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, in the parish hall, 12990 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale.
The busy holiday shopping season is about to begin and the Town of Fountain Hills wants to encourage residents to “Shop Local” for as many of their holiday gift purchases as possible.
Emotions have run high regarding the proposed Daybreak apartment community in Fountain Hills since the beginning, but it was revealed at the Nov. 19 council meeting that there was what public safety officials considered a notable threat to the council at its Oct. 1 meeting when the project w…
When Mayor Ginny Dickey introduced Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone to citizens at the Community Center on Nov. 18, she made note of the fact that Fountain Hills is recognized for sharing the lowest crime rate in the Valley and has the lowest cost per capita for police protection in the county.
The Town Council was consistent in its vote regarding the proposed Daybreak apartment community in Fountain Hills, approving the development agreement for the project on a 5-2 vote at its Nov. 19 session.
Thanksgiving morning in Fountain Hills is one of the largest single-day draws for visitors into the community for events. The annual Turkey Trot has a draw of runners in excess of 2,000 and the Thanksgiving Day Parade can expect that many to line Saguaro and Palisades boulevards to watch the event.