As the Phoenix Arts and Culture Commission prepares to celebrate 30 years on Saturday, we explore how the city’s grant program supports these organizations.
More than $8.2 billion in public and private capital investment has been developed along the Valley Metro light rail with more being planned.
City officials and community members will celebrate Roosevelt Row pedestrian and bike-friendly improvements with ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The annual conference brings together social media novices and pros for education and networking.
Rick Naimark’s 30 years of public service have made a remarkable difference throughout our great city.
Mayor Stanton to give Randy Johnson the Key to the City.
The PHX Innovation Games hosts a hackathon, encouraging members of the community to participate in a series of creative competitions that will provide Phoenix with new ideas and solutions to tackle pressing civic challenges.
College Football fans looking to be in the heart of the action will be visiting Downtown Phoenix in January.
To launch Stand Up 4 Transportation, the American Public Transportation Association and Valley Metro host a parade on April 9th from Hance Park to Civic Space Park.
Portland on the Park, the first major downtown condominium development in several years, will bring 149 new residences to Central Avenue.