Glendale officials are seeking residents’ feedback on proposed district maps through online and community workshops, as well as city council meetings.
The League of Women Voters-Northwest Maricopa County along with a contingency of league members from across Arizona traveled to Washington, D.C., to make their voices heard on Aug. 24.
The city of Glendale recognized second responders during the COVID-19 pandemic during an Aug. 30 reception, during which Mayor Jerry Weiers presented a proclamation recognizing that week as Second Responders Week.
The Arizona Coyotes submitted the only proposal to the city of Tempe for a mixed-use project incorporating a professional sports franchise and entertainment district.
Changes to state law mean that drivers who purchase alternative fuel vehicles will pay the same vehicle license tax (VLT) rate as other drivers by 2023. The change in VLT rates is phased in, starting Jan. 1, 2022.
Each year West-MEC, a career and technical education (CTE) school district, parses through student data to measure performance, identify areas of growth, and celebrate success.
With companies like Caesars, FanDuel and Penn National Gaming building out sportsbooks at professional sports venues across the Valley, fantasy sports betting already has come to Arizona with betting on games arriving Sept. 9.
Glendale’s Glencroft Center for Modern Aging, the largest senior living campus in Arizona, is mandating employees be vaccinated to ensure the health and safety of residents and fellow employees.
Six people were arrested in Peoria, Glendale and Yuma for kidnapping and beating a 20-year-old pregnant family member after years of threats, Peoria police said.
As COVID-19 cases continue to increase across the Valley, Dignity Health’s Arizona division has unveiled an innovative digital tool to make it easier to navigate the emergency department.
On the 20th anniversary of the attack on the Twin Towers, participants will have the chance to complete the 9/11 Memorial Tower Challenge at Gila River Arena.
Delta Dental of Arizona, through its foundation, granted $100,000 to Pacific Dental Services Foundation Dentists for Special Needs, a family-friendly, sensory-integrated nonprofit dental office located at 4550 E. Bell Road. Through the grant, a two-year investment of $50,000 per year, the De…
Already entering the 2021-22 NHL season with a new head coach, in a new division, and with a soon-to-be-revealed rebrand in the works, now the Arizona Coyotes will add a renewed search for a new home to their immediate future.
Local Girl Scout Troop 6128 gave Harold W. Smith Elementary School’s staff lounge a fresh, “zen” look for a service project and as a thank-you for teachers’ work during the pandemic.
Glendale officials and the Arizona Cardinals are collaborating with Plaza Companies to plan an innovative and vibrant mixed-use project that is expected to spur economic development for the city and the region.
A 44-year-old Phoenix man has been charged with DUI in connection with a 10:30 p.m. Aug. 12 car crash that killed two on the 5800 block of West Camelback Road in Glendale.
Tolleson-based Bravada Yachts launched its newest freshwater yacht that will set sail in Lake Pleasant. The 80-foot, completely custom vessel will be the first million-dollar houseboat to float on the lake.
American Roofing & Waterproofing, a large-scale Arizona-based roofing contracting company, purchased an industrial parcel in Glendale.
The American Library Association has granted Glendale Community College a $40,000 ALA COVID Library Relief Fund to support library services and operations.
Glendale has joined the growing network of dementia-friendly cities in the Unites States by partnering with Banner Sun Health Research Institute in the Dementia Friendly Arizona initiative, led by Banner Alzheimer’s Institute.
The Delta Dental Institute has released its 2020 Community Impact Report, highlighting the investments the Delta Dental companies and its foundations made in 2020 to advance oral health, respond to COVID-19, and address health inequities and disparities.
The city of Glendale has tapped Don Bessler as the director of engineering services. Bessler has extensive experience in municipal government, most recently as Glendale’s chief capital improvement officer.
Arizona’s largest domestic violence shelter, New Life Center, received a new U-Haul truck and Ford E450 cargo van courtesy of Glendale’s Sanderson Ford to use for operations at the shelter and its thrift store, Hope’s Closet.
Our world is slowly returning to normal as more Arizonans become vaccinated and restrictions start to lift. Now it is time to catch up on critical health screenings and preventive health visits that have been suspended or delayed due to the pandemic.
The city of Glendale has partnered with A New Leaf and Glendale Community College (GCC) to help residents experiencing homelessness become self-sufficient.
Brianna Carrasco remembers her mother, Brenda Carrasco, as a kind-hearted soul who was always there for her and her three siblings. She knew she could depend on her mom for anything.
With an increasing need for behavioral health care in the Valley and around the country, Banner Thunderbird Medical Center recently completed a new 12-bed inpatient pediatric behavioral health unit for patients ages 5 to 12.
The city of Glendale has been recognized for achieving the 2021 What Works Cities Certification, the national standard of excellence in data-driven city governance.
Despite an $11.8 billion unfunded liability owed by more than 300 Arizona municipalities, counties and state agencies, some encouraging trends are emerging in the system that provides pensions for nearly 60,000 retired first responders, corrections officers and qualifying elected officials.
As the Valley reaches record-breaking temperatures, Phoenix Rescue Mission is also breaking records. The Mission’s Street Outreach Team has rescued 120 men, women and children off the streets since launching its Code:Red Summer Heat Relief effort in May.
Verizon-authorized retailer Round Room LLC is giving away 140,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children across the United States through its TCC and Wireless Zone.
Glendale teenager Malia Bradford ran away from home in March 2020 after she was dropped off at school on a Friday morning. She was frustrated with growing up, confused about her family, and just wanted to be normal like the other kids at school.
Glendale Community College was recognized by the Healthy Arizona Worksite Program as achieving the Platinum Level of excellence in worksite wellness.
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