Buckeye sued over decision to allow 'environmentally damaging' PVC pipes

A piping manufacturer sued the city of Buckeye Thursday over allegedly violating its own development laws when they allowed "hazardous" PVC piping in a new development's water system installation.

Buckeye nonprofit fundraiser will support free medical wigs for women

An upcoming fundraiser in Buckeye will benefit a local nonprofit that provides free wigs for women with medical hair loss.

Buckeye celebrates opening of 38-acre Sundance Park expansion

The city of Buckeye is celebrating the completion of Sundance Park Phase II.

Litchfield, Goodyear area wells contain "forever chemical" PFAS, says state

Bob Quarantino and his wife moved into their home in 1993, two months after the first homes in the Pebble Creek community were built. He saw Indian School Road turn into a four-lane road and expand right up against his backyard fence when developers built the nearby Safeway.

Liberty Elementary District intern arrested for sexual contact with minor at previous school

  A 42-year-old elementary school intern was arrested and is facing sex crime charges related to conduct with a 17-year-old boy, the district announced on Monday. The Odyseey Insitute …

Church celebrates animals in honor of St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day

The community is invited to attend a Blessing of the Animals.

Teachers can apply here for Cardinals’ Touchdowns for Teachers grant program

For the fifth season, SRP is teaming up with Cardinals Charities for its Touchdowns for Teachers program, which awards grants to two deserving teachers every time the Cardinals score a touchdown during the regular season.


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‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ looks to cast Valley families for episodes

The HGTV reality show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” is looking for Phoenix-area families who could benefit from a new home.

Valley of the Sun United Way names new chief community development, engagement officer

Emma Garcia is taking the role of chief community development and engagement officer at Valley of the Sun United Way.

Agua Fria High School District launches academy aimed at student entrepreneurs

Agua Fria High School District has launched the Entrepreneur Academy, an initiative aimed at fostering innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurial skills among high school students.

Check out this Buckeye blood donation location, time

Gov. Katie Hobbs has proclaimed Sept. 1–7 as Arizona Blood Donation Week to focus on the need to constantly replenish the local blood supply.

Buckeye welcomes new Dunn-Edwards paint store

Dunn-Edwards will celebrating the opening of its new Buckeye store in September.

Buckeye to host Labor Day celebration at aquatics center

Even though city offices are closed, Buckeye’s Labor Day Celebration will take place at the city’s aquatics center.

Celebrate the arts at upcoming Arizona Creative Excellence Awards

An evening recognizing the impact of the creative economy in Arizona is coming to Phoenix.
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