A proposed new highway from Nogales to Wickenburg that would eventually go to Kingman has united a Republican legislator and environmental interests in opposition – for different reasons.
Chewy and shelter advocate Lee Asher have partnered with shelters across the nation to help animals their forever homes. Dedicated to improving the lives and well-being of pets, Chewy is donating more than $1 million in essentials resources and supplies.
Beginning Oct. 28, the city of Glendale Public Facilities, Recreation & Special Events Department is beginning the process of updating its Parks and Recreation Master Plan.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In the West Valley, a number of activities aim to bring awareness, raise funds for research and treatment.
Since Superintendent Linda Palles Thompson has announced she will retire at the end of this school year, the Peoria Unified School District Governing Board has begun a search to replace her.
At 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 10, Grand Canyon University hosts a panel of Arizona’s most innovative technology experts to discuss the ever-evolving world of cybersecurity.
With October being Fire Prevention Month, First Alert is teaming up with more than 1,700 Lowe’s stores across the country in a joint effort to spread awareness about the importance of whole home protection.
On Oct. 3, Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman released an update regarding the abundance of School Safety Program grant applications.
The League of Women Voters of Northwest Maricopa County invites the public to join a discussion of “Advocacy Made Easy” at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21.
The Arizona Coyotes hockey season kicks off at Gila River Arena at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. But before the referee can drop the puck, fans need to understand new guidelines that are in effect.
Even with a cemetery sale being a somewhat cryptic last-minute scratch, Glendale City Council was fairly busy on Sept. 24. Council approved a small development project and authorized spending nearly $500,000 on signs and parks maintenance.
Around the state, 150 schools report 1,443 teacher vacancies. You don’t have to be a math grad student to figure out that’s nearly 10 teachers missing per school.
In celebration of Hungry Howie’s 10th year of the Love, Hope & Pizza campaign, which is dedicated to raising funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer, the brand has partnered with Mobile On-Site Mammography (M.O.M.) to provide Valley women with complimentary mammograms.
The seventh annual Stand Up for Veterans event in Glendale was “incredibly successful,” said Mayor Jerry Weiers, who helped launch the event in 2013.
At high schools around the country, the use of electronic cigarettes has become an alarming trend, especially since the Centers for Disease Control has identified hundreds of health problems related to “vaping.”
Women who drove on Interstate 17 or Interstate 10 in the Glendale and West Phoenix areas late at night over the last year were in danger of being preyed on by an alleged rogue trooper.
There are two phrases people commonly use, both powerfully effective at deflecting responsibility: 1. “It’s not my job”; and 2. “It’s not my problem.”
With the support of volunteers, students and state representatives, attendees at a Sept. 17, event made phone calls, wrote postcards and signed petitions in an effort to get the Guaranteed Refugee Admission Ceiling Enhancement Act (GRACE) passed.
Paris Davis is a passionate supporter of volunteerism and community involvement. And through her more than 35 years with WaFd Bank, a national bank operating in eight western states with 31 branches in Arizona, Davis has witnessed first-hand the difference community service makes in the live…
In an effort to make its transit services more accessible to the community, the city of Glendale is preparing an overhaul of 21 bus stops.
The Glendale City Council discussed its priorities for the funds the city government will receive from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the 2020-21 fiscal year during a council workshop on September 10.
After serving the Maricopa County Community College District for nearly 28 years, Chancellor Maria Harper-Marinick has announced she will step down in May 2020.
A new visitor information center has opened in Historic Downtown Glendale. The information center, located inside Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures, features an extensive collection of Arizona travel information including local, regional and statewide travel guides, maps and destination brochures.
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- Statewide assessment results show some advances
- GCC dual enrollment students score scholarships
- Proposed 280-mile highway fuels debate
- ‘Sanderson Claus’ is coming to town
- Mayor, council members ask for raises
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- Child snatched by own parents in Glendale
- Ellis a leader for renewed Ridge football