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Services for Buckeye Fire Chief Bob Costello will be held Thursday with a view scheduled for Wednesday. Mr. Costello, who had served with the West Valley city since 2004 and was its chief since … more
The city of Buckeye announced last week that Bob Costello, chief of Buckeye’s Fire and Medical Rescue Department, had died. Chief Costello joined the city in 2004 and became Fire Chief … more
The city of Buckeye has broken ground on a 38-acre expansion at Sundance Park.  more
BUCKEYE, Ariz. (AP) — The longtime fire chief for the city of Buckeye has died. City officials said Bob Costello died Thursday morning at age 62. The cause of death was not immediately … more
In 2022, some Valley students will get to take advantage of two new campuses for different charter schools in Anthem and Buckeye. more
Residential housing permits are surging in Buckeye despite an expected downturn in housing numbers from the start of the pandemic. Buckeye officials have seen residential permits jump 27% from last … more
The COVID-19 vaccine point of distribution (POD) site at Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear vaccinated more than 50,000 people during its three months in operation, marking a positive achievement for the community. more
Agua Fria Union High School District's Governing Board voted unanimously March 31 to confirm the employment contract for Mark Yslas as its new superintendent. more
The West Valley Mavericks Foundation is gearing up for its annual charity golf tournament at the Wigwam Golf Resort in Litchfield Park. more
“Lockdown, Lockdown, Lockdown — Real-World Incident” is something no one wants to hear blasting at Luke Air Force Base, triggering a full-scale emergency response. more
Of the cancers affecting both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the United States and most common in people ages 50 and older. There are often no signs or symptoms of colorectal cancer — that’s why it’s so important to get screened. more
Much to the chagrin of some nearby residents, 1,060 acres of state-owned land leased to Duncan Family Farms in Goodyear may soon be home to office and industrial buildings, including a Samsung semiconductor manufacturing plant. more
Hospital employees and physicians at Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear held a ceremony March 19 to honor the caregivers, patients and families who have battled COVID-19 over the past year. more
Construction is underway on a new 750,000-square-foot Gatorade distribution facility that will create more jobs at the rapidly expanding Tolleson Corporate Park, which is being developed by Merit … more
Two Southwest Valley cities are among the country’s 10 least crowded cities with populations over 50,000 and at least 10 square miles of land area, according to a new blog on rent.com. more
PHOENIX -- Arizonans who may be blinded a bit in their search for love are in line to get some protections from the state, if not for heartbreak, at least from being fleeced for their … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services announced March 17 it will make COVID-19 vaccination appointments available each Friday for the following week in an effort to make it easier for Arizonans to register for appointments at state mass-vaccination sites. more
Lennar Corp. is expanding its use of a new "multigenerational" home concept in the Valley after meeting with a good response. more
The Arizona Solar Challenge, which helped make Arizona the nation’s residential solar leader between 2011 to 2015 in communities from Buckeye to Glendale and from Yuma to Flagstaff, is being relaunched statewide. more
Great Hearts Academies in Arizona is hosting a hiring fair in March with hopes of landing 240 new teachers. more
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