U.S. Air Force Airman Odon P. Alberto Jr. graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
As part of a recent day in the community for the 38 prospects attending the Coyotes’ development camp, four athletes — Victor Soderstrom, Barrett Hayton, John Farinacci and Brayden Burke — spent an afternoon serving lunch at the Scottsdale Fire Department.
The Regional Council of the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) has unanimously elected Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers as chairman of the Transportation Policy Committee (TPC). Mayor Kate Gallego of Phoenix will serve as vice chairwoman.
Brandon Andres Bautista Torres of Glendale was arrested July 1 in connection with the homicide of his girlfriend and a 4-year-old girl.
With a new decade on the horizon, the nation’s fastest-growing county is aiming to make smart investments to further position itself as an attractive, long-term home for families and businesses.
The Peoria Unified School District governing board has approved several administrative appointments and elementary principals for the upcoming school year.
The Glendale City Council voted unanimously June 25 to table an ordinance that would place restrictions on where marijuana dispensaries can operate.
Attorneys with Jeff Anderson & Associates recently released a report containing the names, photos and information of 109 clergy accused of sexual abuse in the Diocese of Phoenix.
Celebrating the Fourth of July could be considered one of the best parts about summer in the Valley. The smell of barbecue followed by colorful fireworks have become emblematic of Independence Day.
Glendale’s Independence Day celebrations are bursting all over town this year. Feel free to add extra sparkle to the day by attending some of the city’s most popping events. If it involves patriotic celebrating, it’s here. The lineup of events commemorating the land of the free and the home …
Facing a barrage of parental criticism, the state Board of Education decided June 24 to scrap a proposal to remove certain language from the rules on sex education.
Waste Management already had a sizeable footprint in Arizona, sponsoring events all over the Valley including the Waste Management Phoenix Open each year in Scottsdale.
The Boxing & MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) Commission has been cracking down on unsanctioned combat sporting events in the West Valley and throughout the state since it was established under the Arizona Department of Gaming in 2015.
Some Arrowhead Ranch Phase II homeowners are upset with their HOA for recent renovations made to the neighborhood lake and for not listening to their pleas.
Nearly eight months after announcing plans to move to the old Thunderbird School of Global Management campus, Arizona Christian University has gained approval from council to rezone the site.
As the Arizona Rattlers continue a historic season, looking for their seventh world championship, the team has announced its playoff run will move to the West Valley.
There’s a quote that says, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.” In the case of the Peninsular Pronghorn Recovery Project, that message is true.
At Folds of Honor, investing in the education and the tomorrows of veterans and their families is not only considered a duty, but more so an honor. So, when longtime military supporter Roadmaster Group — a high-security transportation company based in Glendale — joined the nonprofit in its e…
With Glendale’s third Super Bowl set for 2023, city councilmembers in anticipation authorized a $138,180 payment to the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee (ASBHC) at a June 11 meeting.
Pursuant to city council guidelines, councilmembers discussed at a recent workshop which committees they would sit on during the upcoming fiscal year.
The city of Glendale is considering new regulations that have caused issues with the public. But the planning commission has now delayed discussions until early August.
Arizona lawmakers won’t be getting a sharp increase in their living allowances, at least not this year — and not next year, either.
After a yearlong, nationwide search for candidates, Glendale Community College has appointed Scott Schulz as its vice president of academic affairs.
Continuing to build on the economic success the city has seen the past few years, Glendale councilmembers approved the fiscal year 2019-20 budget June 11.
West Valley stakeholders joined state and federal representatives at the WESTMARC Legislative Agenda Breakfast in mid-June to hear about highlights from the 2019 legislative session.
With the Peoria Police Department’s K-9 unit currently limited to patrol and drug detection, officers are now looking to expand the services they provide by acquiring an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) dog.
Estrella Mountain Car Club (EMCC) donated the $10,000 it raised from a car show in March to West-MEC, a public school district that provides career and technical education courses to high school students in the West Valley, on June 8.
Various partners recently celebrated the opening of a new natural gas facility at a Valley wastewater plant that could earn the cities money while benefiting the environment at the same time.
The Peoria Unified School District governing board voted to adopt a resolution ordering all matters necessary for a 15% maintenance and operations (M&O) budget override election to be held on Tuesday, November 5.
A man has been arrested and accused of robbing a woman and her brother at gunpoint before pistol-whipping them. A second suspect has not yet been identified or arrested.
In May, Cape Powers was named the new director for Peoria’s water services department, where he will oversee more than 90 employees and a $38 million budget for the city.
Blood donors are asked to bring their “lifesaving powers” to Vitalant centers or drives to be automatically entered to win a 2019 VW Passat Wolfsburg Edition.
At the door of Jasmine Pettit’s Glendale home, Mary, a pit bull and chihuahua mix, barks and spins in circles. Inside, Pettit sits in a recliner holding a steaming mug of coffee branded with the words “queen of everything,” the other clutching a cross necklace around her neck.
With the Peoria Police Department’s K-9 unit limited to patrol and drug detection, officers are looking to expand the services they provide by acquiring an explosive ordinance disposal (EOD) dog.
The city of Peoria has settled a lawsuit with the alleged fourth victim of a former city worker who was convicted in 2009 of inappropriate conduct with several other minors.
The Peoria Unified School District governing board voted to adopt a resolution ordering all matters necessary for a 15% maintenance and operations (M&O) budget override election to be held Tuesday, November 5.
A Glendale Community College student will join the Maricopa County Community College District governing board as a student representative for the 2019-20 year.
Sanderson Ford officials and partners joined David Kimmerle and top executives from Ford Motor Co. at Sanderson Ford to honor its successes in 2018 and celebrate being America’s most awarded Ford dealership.
A key House lawmaker is demanding an apology from Sen. Paul Boyer over the tactics the Phoenix Republican has used to push his legislation giving victims of child sex abuse more time to sue their assailants.
Check out our Quarterlies
- When ‘who moved my cheese’ happens
- Alberto graduates from basic military training
- Cactus football coach brings young age, experience
- Comedienne Alycia Cooper to perform at Stir Crazy
- Historic Glendale church celebrates 125th anniversary
- Community members discover Phoenix rocks
- Arizona Coyotes spend day helping 100 Club
- Epic Wings brings San Diego flair to Glendale