Another section of Anthem medians and streetsides will receive granite treatment the week of Feb. 20.
This month’s Representative Town Hall meeting featured three speakers: State Senator Karen Fann, Chip Hart with Maricopa County Code Enforcement, and Jennifer Pokorski with Maricopa County Planning & Development.
The Enclave at Anthem (Spectrum Retirement Community) is launching an educational lunch series at the Anthem Civic Building beginning in February.
U-Haul numbers for 2016 indicate a strong business environment in Anthem.
Check out the family-themed events happening this spring at the Community Center.
Recreational leagues are set to kick off this spring for lots of action for youth of all ages.
The salsa craze will once again be front and center during Anthem Days on Saturday, March 25, when the Salsa Contest returns. Enter a recipe in contest by March 17.
Mind Quest will take a bit of a detour from the usual format for the month of April. Thursdays in April, from 6:30-8 p.m., a four-week series will be presented by return-speaker Torben Riise.
Both the Community Center and Civic Building have classes and programs for everyone this spring.
There's not much worse than getting a group together for a picnic in the park, only to have it broken up by another group who thought ahead (and you forgot to reserve a ramada)!
The Sandra Day O’Connor High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) earned an overall rating of “Exceeds Standards” during their recent Unit Evaluation.
With a record crowd on hand, the Anthem Veterans Memorial (AVM) commemorated five years in the community during the Nov. 11 Veterans Day Ceremony.
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.
Based on frequently asked questions sent or phoned into the HOA office, the following are reminders.
Anthem Circle Mountain, the newest Anthem neighborhood and part of the planned Lennar Development located north of the Daisy Mountain Post Office, has experienced delays in construction of the model homes due to winter rains.
Termites, otherwise known as silent invaders, are responsible for $5 billion worth of damage to homes every year. They typically live in colonies underneath your home and inside the walls, entering your structure through cracks in the foundation.
Web for Hope, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, kicks off its Summer Experience Program by providing summer experiences for families in need in the North Valley.
Musical Theatre of Anthem (MTA) announces auditions for Seussical JR, a no-cut production for ages 12-18.