Glenn L. Jensen

We are sad to announce the passing of Glenn L. Jensen of Sun City, Arizona. Glenn was 97 years old when he died on November 18, 2022 from complications of surgery for a broken femur in the …

Preview for tonights P&Z meeting for Buckeye

The Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a meeting Tuesday night to discuss two major agenda items for rezoning two proprieties by the Atlas Development Co.

Robert Michael Tomich

Robert, passed away Monday, November 21, 2022. Born October 7, 1937 as a first generation American to Michael (from Serbia) and Irene  (from Italy) Tomich,  Bob Tomich  lived a Norman …

ADOT postpones weekend work on roads in Buckeye

The Arizona Department of Transportation has postponed work this weekend for the Interstate 10 improvement project between State Route 85 and Verrado Way in Buckeye. There will be no restrictions …

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Freeways free of extensive work this weekend

Drivers will encounter few freeway closures and lane restrictions this weekend. The Arizona Department of Transportation has announced the following work from Friday, Nov. 18, through Monday, Nov. …

Few Southwest Valley homes break $1M mark this fall

Sales of Southwest Valley homes breaking the million-dollar mark slowed this fall. See where the top-selling homes were sold and view price trends over time. Litchfield Park Some of the most …

Buckeye PD arrests teen for charter school threats

Buckeye police have arrested a 16-year-old for a threat made last week involving the Odyssey Institute for Advanced and International Studies homecoming game and booked him into juvenile detention on …
Image of the design concept set to finish in 2024. (Courtesy photo by the Howard Hughes Corporation)

New housing development breaks ground in Buckeye

The Howard Hughes Corporation has broken ground on Teravalis, a 37,000-acre mixed-use master planned community in the Phoenix West Valley projected to include 100,000 homes and 55 million square feet of commercial development. Teravalis, previously known as Douglas Ranch, will become Arizona’s largest master planned community, addressing the demand for housing in one of the country’s fastest-growing metro regions.

Free West Valley Water Association workshop to offer important tips

The West Valley Water Association, which includes the city of Glendale, is offering a free online workshop on landscaping management and wise water use.

Buckeye charter school cancels football game, dance over threat

Administrators at the Odyssey Institute for Advanced and International Studies have canceled two homecoming events following a threat. The school announced on its Facebook page that it had been in …
Commerce Spotlight
Concept plans for the 2023 Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers being developed in Verrado.

Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers Coming to Verrado in 2023

Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers, Arizona’s popular ‘Neighborhood Burger Joint,’ is estimated to open in Buckeye during the third quarter of 2023 in the new and growing community of Verrado, serving its renowned burgers and beers within the distinctive former Verrado Community Welcome Center.

Restaurant, bar to locate at familiar spot in Buckeye

Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers plans to open next year in the former Verrado Community Welcome Center. The restaurant, which features more than 100 beer selections, will span approximately 5,300 …
Entertainment & Neighborhood News
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Buckeye starting another cycle of Catalyst Program

BUCKEYE — A local grant program is again inviting Buckeye businesses to apply for funds to improve the appearance of storefronts and other elements.Buckeye’s Catalyst Program is now open …

Everything you wanted to know about the World Series … but were afraid to ask

Imagine you’re at an outdoor dinner party (yes, COVID-friendly). It’s October, and the conversation steers towards the World Series. While you are generally culturally literate, you know …
Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS) is seeking corporate and individual sponsors and monetary donations for its annual Adopt-A-Family holiday program, which provides families and teens in Maricopa County with holiday gifts for both Hanukkah and Christmas.
Monthly classes for individuals with disabilities to learn and practice independent living skills are scheduled from 10 am. to noon on the third Tuesday of each month.
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