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Declutter and Go Green Oct. 7
By September 28, 2017 Read More →

Declutter and Go Green Oct. 7

Anthem’s semi-annual Go Green event is Saturday, Oct. 7. It’s your chance to get rid of everything from old computers to drugs or documents that need shredding. Participants must show proof of Anthem residency. Goodwill will be at the event accepting books, clothing, toys and other donatable items. Here’s a summary of recyclables you can […]

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Where to Vote
By November 8, 2016 Read More →

Where to Vote

  Click here to find your polling place. Things to remember: You must vote in your assigned precinct. If you vote at the wrong polling place, your vote will not be counted. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Bring a valid ID Don’t bring your weapon; Firearms are not allowed in polling […]

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Small Business Saturday DEALS
By November 7, 2016 Read More →

Small Business Saturday DEALS

UPDATE: This promotion is now closed. Thanks to the many small businesses who have participated and donated to Anthem Pets. Watch the Nov. 24 issue of In&Out Magazine for valuable coupons from local businesses! It’s like a free ad in the area’s favorite publication! In&Out Publications would be nowhere if it weren’t for small businesses. […]

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LDS Seminary Variance Proposal Fails
By May 19, 2016 Read More →

LDS Seminary Variance Proposal Fails

With a vote of two in favor and three opposed, the proposal for a variance to convert a residential home to an LDS seminary has failed at the Parkside HOA meeting Thursday, May 19. The deciding vote was cast by newest board member Chris Yano who was seated immediately after a previous meeting when the […]

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Anthem Man Injured in Off-road Accident
By April 20, 2016 Read More →

Anthem Man Injured in Off-road Accident

A 54-year-old man was air-lifted from Anthem with severe, possibly life-threatening injuries Wednesday at approximately 6:30 p.m., after an off-road quad accident, according to Capt. Dave Wilson of Daisy Mountain Fire Department. The emergency call was placed from the man’s home and the medical helicopter landed on nearby Freedom way, by the busy Anthem Community Center.  […]

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Anthem Parkside Meeting Rescheduled
By April 15, 2016 Read More →

Anthem Parkside Meeting Rescheduled

Anthem Parkside’s monthly HOA Board of Directors meeting has been moved from Thursday, April 21 to 7 p.m., Monday, April 25 at the Anthem Civic Building. The open session will address two controversial issues: Parking in the Paseo neighborhood where enforcement of street parking restrictions has been an ongoing challenge, and the proposed variance to convert a […]

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Anthem Residents Continue Seminary Debate
By April 13, 2016 Read More →

Anthem Residents Continue Seminary Debate

   This page will be updated daily until the issue is resolved. A vote is scheduled Monday, April 25 at 7 p.m. “I am an Anthem homeowner and Member of the Parkside Community Association. I speak on behalf of myself and many other Parkside homeowners. It is my understanding that the Church of Jesus Christ of […]

Man Found Dead in Parking Lot
By March 26, 2016 Read More →

Man Found Dead in Parking Lot

By Anthem News Staff Writers– Just after 6 a.m., Saturday, the body of an adult male in his 50s was discovered in a vehicle at the Outlets at Anthem. The man died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Phoenix Police Sgt. Jonathan Howard. The vehicle was reportedly located in the northwest parking lot. […]

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Choose Your Display Size
By March 7, 2016 Read More →

Choose Your Display Size

Note: space is not reserved until payment is received.   Half Page (approx 5″ w X 3.8″ h) 90 words + photo and activity details. Only $288!  $260 if you reserve by March 9!   Full Page (approx 5″ w X 8″ h) 180 words + photo and activity details. Only $499!  $450 if you reserve by March […]

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(Almost) Mardi Gras!
By February 26, 2016 Read More →

(Almost) Mardi Gras!

  It’s not New Orleans. It’s not on Fat Tuesday. In fact, it’s not even Tuesday… But the local celebration of Mardi Gras continues its 12-year legacy of raising funds for the local community while celebrating the Louisiana heritage of organizer Nanette McClelland-Miller. Enjoy a night of traditional Bayou food, live music and prize giveaways. […]

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Police Ask for Help Locating Missing Teens
By January 29, 2016 Read More →

Police Ask for Help Locating Missing Teens

Phoenix Police are asking for help finding two teens who have been missing since Sunday, Jan. 24. Natalie Marion, 17, and Jared Smith, 16 were last seen near Ellis Street and Adobe Road in Mesa, but are believed to have been in the North Phoenix area for a brief time. The two were driving a […]

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Burglary Suspects Apprehended
By January 28, 2016 Read More →

Burglary Suspects Apprehended

                      A search for three burglary suspects in Anthem has ended with the arrest of three 18-year-old men, according to Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Courtney Palma. MCSO arrested Terrick T. Fargo and Derrick Fargo on open burglary cases in the area. Marlon Nieves-Catala was […]

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