There have been several letters and articles published in the Independent about the EPCOR wastewater rate consolidation proposed for Sun City.
Many readers lately seem to be expressing concerns about the way the RCSC board is spending our money.
I wish to comment on an article written by a reader (“Clinton is not honest enough for president,” Sun City Independent, Aug. 17, 2016).
Senate District 22 candidate Michael Muscato responded to comments made by Sen. Judy Burges in a previous article on yourwestvalley.com:
It might look like another ho-hum story: A rural power company raising rates on customers again.
Security officers are hard-working, highly trained men and women who deter crime, lead evacuations, provide information, work closely with loc…
PBS must have billions stored away for programming costs.
Here’s your presidential election coverage in a nutshell:
U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake (R) is representative of what’s wrong with the Republican Party and why people are having a hard time identifying with be…
What the world hears from America is silence.
In sports, particularly football, the analogy of teammates as brothers has become a well-worn cliché.
This year has seen some of the most well known Chicago-style pizza restaurants build locations throughout the Valley, including Lou Malnati's and Gino’s East in central Phoenix.
During the Tuesday night Surprise City Council meeting, Arizona Department of Transportation spokesman Brock Barnhart said the target date for opening Bell Road is Nov. 22, two days before Thanksgiving.
Sun City golfers already upset over planned renovations of another course are also unhappy about all courses closed for play five days in October during prime golf season.
Glendale Police arrested a former Cactus High School teacher last week on suspicion of an inappropriate and sexual relationship with an underage female student.
PEORIA, Ariz. – The city will offer additional bulk-trash service, starting in January.
A 19-year-old former Willow Canyon High School student was killed in a Surprise car crash Monday night. Alexis Rumer of Surprise who died at the scene, had a male passenger in her vehicle when they were in a crash with a man in a pickup truck who is in his 60s.
In more than a decade helping residents and families through their darkest hours, members and volunteers of the Surprise Fire-Medical Department Crisis Response Program noticed the sadness in other pairs of eyes.
The effects of the Banner Health data breach in July continue to reverberate and multiple class action lawsuits against the company may follow in the months ahead.
Conservation of water that gets to Peoria residents and beyond just got a little easier.