Have you ever driven down Fountain Hills Blvd. and wondered why there is a tiny parking lot between Emerald and Kingstree? That is the trailhead for the Fountain Hills Desert Botanical Garden. This 8-acre garden was founded by Jane Haynes in 1975 as a wildlife preserve and botanical garden. … [Read more...] about Fountain Hills Desert Botanical Garden
CLEAN SURROUNDINGS REDUCE STRESS AND ENHANCE WELL-BEING Monica and Claudio Lazzatti, owners and operators of MCL Cleaning Service, are not in the “lick and a promise” dusting and vacuuming business. Since 1989, they have developed a superior cleaning business with well-trained staff who have an eye … [Read more...] about MCL Cleaning for the Win!
Our pets feel like members of the family, but home buyers do not feel your attachment and may be turned off to your home because of your furry friends. There is no question that you want top dollar for your home, so it's important to give attention to how you handle your pets while it's for … [Read more...] about Tips for Selling a Home with Pets
It's a big decision? Should you rent, or should you buy? Your family and peers will certainly all have an opinion about this. But what do personal financial experts have to say? David Bach, the author of the recent NY Times bestseller The Latte Factor, advises you to buy. He calls … [Read more...] about Rent or Buy? Which is Best for Me?
While kids are enjoying the summer splashing in the pool, sleeping late, participating in community activities, and working a summer job, it’s already time to be thinking about getting them enrolled for the next school year if they’re not already. August 6th is the first day of … [Read more...] about Schools are Now Open for Enrollment!
The Fountain Hills food scene continues to grow with the recent addition of two new restaurants. OKA SUSHI This new Japanese restaurant did not disappoint those who wondered what businesses would open in the new Park Place on Avenue of the Fountains. With a clever bar that opens to an outdoor … [Read more...] about Two New Restaurants to Get You Out of the Kitchen This Summer
About 30 children a year are lost to drownings in Arizona. Children, ages 1 to 4, are at higher risk and drown at a rate of nearly twice the national average. As a result, the State of Arizona and most of its counties and cities, have passed swimming pool barrier laws. The law requires that a … [Read more...] about Arizona Pool Barrier Laws: Are Your Kids Safe?