Eighty-five pieces of artwork representing 25 artists are featured in the current “Art in Public Places” exhibit at the Civic Building.
The new and improved Anthem Community Council website will be launching soon.
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.
Follow these simple guidelines can help keep your family safe and healthy while visiting the pool and water park this summer.
Summer time in Anthem is always a busy season for a lot of families.
Autumnfest is not far away! Businesses are encouraged to consider becoming a sponsor for this special weekend-long event. Sponsorship provides opportunities for businesses to have a booth the arts & crafts fair, to interact with residents and guests.
Anthem celebrates its 18th annual Independence Day Celebration July 3 in Community Park from 6-10 p.m. The popular event includes wet and dry rides, inflatables, food vendors, DJ/dancing, fireworks and more.
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 military service of United States Air Force Lt. Colonel John "Bart" Simmons and United States Air Force Master Sergeant Michael Shimkus was recently commemorated at the Anthem Veterans Memorial.
Buzzing mosquitoes, itchy bites and spray-on repellents are all part of outdoor summer “fun.” For some of us, they’re unavoidable. If you feel as if you have a huge mosquito target on your back - or arm, or leg - it’s not in your head. Here’s some Q&A on using mosquito repellent to try to keep away those pesky mosquitoes.
Here are a few reminders to help keep your home and vehicle safe from potential theft.
Mark your calendars now for four upcoming performances as ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra begins its 2017-18 season of concerts in the North Valley and Scottsdale.
Sections of north- and southbound Interstate 17 between New River and Bumble Bee will have lane closures overnight for rubberized-asphalt paving during the next several weeks.