Inside This Week
The Arizona Cardinals Football Club hired Kelly Jones as the organization’s chief people officer.
The formula for the Ironwood Eagles boys basketball team to make a run at a repeat 5A championship is relatively “Black” and “White.”
The 2020-21 NHL season already has been an unusual one.
Arts & Entertainment
The city of Glendale is celebrating spring with art.
The Arizona Broadway Theatre is launching its first “impact project” with their 2020 theater season. The projects aims to increase the theater’s community outreach and engagement through meaningful ways beyond the production on the stage.
Native American visual and performing arts encompass different styles, points of view and mediums and continue to keep evolving while staying true to traditions.
“Marie’s Reverie,” a new adventure inspired by the original Nutcracker and Snow Queen stories, plays at Brelby Theater through Dec. 21.
- Papa John’s partners with Valley mom
- Registration open for DVUSD kindergarten
- Student spreads love with Outlets at Anthem mural
- Community helps Marine veteran restore house
- West-MEC security student finds success
- Developers pushing farther west
- Dr. Cruz looking forward to connecting with public
- Grant funds medical education programs
What was supposed to be a routine citation from the Glendale Police Department turned into over $150,000 worth of renovation work for a disabled Marine veteran’s home.
Western Maricopa Education Center has an up-and-coming information technology security student who may be the next global technology trendsetter.
Homes and lots in some master-planned West Valley communities will be sold out by the end of this year as developers and homebuilders are now buying up land farther to the west and northwest.