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ADOT will be hosting a series of workshops seeking input on what the long-term vision for Arizona’s transportation system should look like. The input should include goals reaching out to 25 years into the future and should focus on priorities the department should adopt for their infrastruct…

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The National nonprofit SCORE, which is dedicated to mentoring small business owners, has joined with Sam’s Club for the 2016 American Small Business Championship. The prize is granted to two businesses in every state to celebrate exceptional small business owners and entrepreneurs. Winners w…

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An Arizona Senate committee voted on Jan. 13 to advance a bill that would prevent the city from issuing the proposed municipal ID cards unless they use the same strict criteria used for state-issued identification. The vote was split along party lines, with four Republicans voting to advance…

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Kyrene Aprende Middle School in Chandler will be hosting a day of free activities for the public. More than 50 booths and activities including bounce houses, arts and crafts, musical performances and more will be available.

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Bernadette Coggins and John King have been selected by the Kyrene governing board to be president and vice president, respectively. Coggins has served as vice president for the last two years and King has been on the board since 2012. Coggins will be replacing Ross Robb as acting president.

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Registration for the charity event “Bunco for Breast Cancer” has started. Bunco, a dice game, will be played at Macayo’s Depot Cantina in Tempe on March, 20, to raise money for breast cancer research. To compete players must donate $40 per person, and the event will begin at 1:30 p.m. For mo…

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The non-profit St. Vincent de Paul has received a dental grant from the nation’s largest pediatric-lead dental foundation. The grant, which amounts to $375,000, seeks to improve access to dental care for children and low-income residents.

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The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture is accepting applications for its Community Arts Grant Program, which supports general operations and expenses for Phoenix-based arts and cultural organizations, festivals and arts learning projects. The application deadline is March 30.

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