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After further review, the Surprise City Council has agreed to pay for maintenance and operation of a traffic signal at Reems Road and Peoria Avenue. more
Young chefs who pride themselves on rocking it in the kitchen have a chance to test their culinary mettle in the Aioli Gourmet Burgers and Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers Burger & Shake Creation Contest. more
Dysart Unified School District students were set to return to campus in October, but plans have changed. more
Federal and state officials have long wanted to connect Phoenix and Las Vegas as part of a long interstate that runs from Mexico to Canada. more
West Valley residents who need a place to cool off as temperatures soar as high as 118 degrees over the Labor Day weekend can head to one of four Salvation Army relief stations. more
City of Glendale offices will be closed Monday, in observance of Labor Day. The Glendale Municipal Landfill will be closed to the public Monday, but there are no additional changes to Glendale … more
What do pygmy hippos, clouded leopards, spider monkeys, nilgai antelope, sarus cranes and stingrays have in common? more
Glendale City Council will decide by mid-October whether to cancel its Glendale Glitters tree-lighting event on Thanksgiving weekend because of concerns over spreading the coronavirus. City … more
The makeup of the Glendale City Council has remained the same for five years and will stay the same for at least another two. Mayor Jerry P. Weiers and three Council members won their re-election … more
Those with questions on the bond questions facing Glendale voters on this November's ballot can head to the Heroes Park Library for an information session at 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 27. Members of … more
A new aviation educational nonprofit is looking to set up shop at the Glendale Municipal Airport. Last week, the city’s Aviation Commission recommended City Council approve the group’s … more
In its Tuesday workshop, the Glendale City Council will review how last winter’s city-sponsored downtown events and festivals did and preview the event schedule for the upcoming winter, … more
When Judge Elizabeth Finn came to Glendale in 2002, she noticed both a problem in the volume of domestic violence cases in the city and a problem in how courts by and large dealt with domestic … more
With temperatures around the Valley forecast to hit at least 110 degrees and higher this week, residents should be aware they have somewhere to go to get relief. more
Fighting wildfires is a necessary task, but fire agencies are finding it harder to justify sending teams to operate outside established jurisdiction. more
The Surprise City Council is postponing paying for full-time maintenance and operations of a new traffic signal at Peoria Avenue and Reems Road because it wants Glendale to pay its share of it. more
Glendale has $300,000 in federal grant funding to dish out to for small business assistance relating to the coronavirus pandemic and is seeking a nonprofit or local government agency to help it … more
The Glendale Police Department received $430,000 in federal and state grant funds last week to address funding needs related to the coronavirus. more
When Charles Vanmarter, 77, went home Friday, Aug. 14 after two stays at Banner Estrella Medical Center over the past three weeks, he became the 900th COVID-19 patient discharged from the medical center. more
The Rayner and Gladden families’ multigenerational Southwest Valley farming operations have weathered just about everything the world has thrown at them for the better part of 100 years, from drought and pests to extreme price swings and two pandemics, but there are two modern threats that are unrelenting — development and water availability. more
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