Sheriff Paul Penzone spoke at the Representative Town Hall meeting at the Civic Building, April 14.
Laci Sass, an Anthem home-schooled seventh grader, is the winning artist of the anti-vandalism/graffiti poster as part of the Anthem Youth Advisory Council informational campaign.
Construction is well underway on The Enclave at Anthem Senior Living, a new housing community in Anthem expected to open this summer.
Mosquito pressure is higher in the Valley this year, which means residents should take extra steps to protect themselves and their lots from infestation. Titan Pest Control explains what residents can do.
Summer time in Anthem is always a busy season for a lot of families.
Anthem Swim University, the Community Center's group swim lessons program, works to help children be comfortable around the pool.
A recent study finds Anthem is one of the family-friendliest communities in Arizona. Residents already knew that, but now more data backs it up!
Spring will be a busy time at the Community Center and Civic Building. Classes and programs, both new and returning favorites, will be starting soon.
A Memorial Day Ceremony, “A Day of Remembrance,” will be held at the Anthem Veterans Memorial on Monday, May 29 at 9 a.m. Please note the new ceremony time. The event is open to the public.
The Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov. 11, 2015 was capped off by the 11:11 solar spotlight on the mosaic of the Great Seal of the United States. View a time-lapse video.
The abundance of winter rains has brought an abundance of weeds. Please take a few minutes to review your home and lot, and schedule routine maintenance as needed.
The community needs your involvement in the EPCOR wastewater rate case that is currently before the Arizona Corporation Commission. This rate case directly impacts the Country Club Community as EPCOR rate payers.
Musical Theatre of Anthem (MTA) will host its annual Summer Performing Arts Institute June 26-30 for ages 6-18.
Residents in the Daisy Mountain Fire and Black Canyon City Fire districts are invited to attend and give input on proposed consolidation of the districts at two public meetings in May.