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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
This is a story about miles and miles of deteriorating Valley freeways, quality of life in north Glendale, a “crisis,” and hundreds of millions of dollars. more
Phoenix Children’s Hospital is beginning work on a brand-new emergency department and specialty clinic in Avondale. more
Phoenix bars and restaurants were ordered to close their doors last year on March 17 through an order from Mayor Kate Gallego, putting a significant damper on St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. For many Irish pubs in the Valley hoping 2021 would be a return to raucous business as usual, this year’s celebrations will continue to be slightly subdued. more
Beware — social media posts making the rounds that show a Luke Days event taking place this month are bogus. more
Glendale police have arrested a homicide suspect from a convenience store shooting. more
Three new vehicles will be joining the Glendale Police Department. more
The Arizona Department of Gaming reported a 4 percent loss in gaming contributions from Arizona tribes from this time last year, according to a press release. more
Summer is approaching and Glendale is accepting applications for lifeguard and swim instructor positions at both Foothills Recreation and Aquatics Center, 5600 W. Union Hills Drive, and Rose Lane Aquatics Center, 5003 W. Marlette Ave. more
PHOENIX — A bipartisan coalition of legislators gave Gov. Doug Ducey a crucial victory Thursday as they approved his plan to expand off-reservation gaming in the state. The 48-12 House on … more
Everyone seems to agree Historic Downtown Glendale is in need of a revitalization, and even rising costs for adding decorative lighting should be a part of that. more
A child is dead after a Wednesday morning accident in Glendale. more
From “Always Ready” to “Always Above,” airmen from the 607th Air Control Squadron participated in an inter-service transfer at Luke Air Force Base that moved them from the U.S. Air Force into the U.S. Space Force. more
A baseball player who got his start as a young kid in Glendale brought a World Series championship trophy back to town Tuesday morning. more
Residents near Luke Air Force Base are using water bottles for drinking and cooking for the next month after learning that high levels of toxic chemicals used on the base may have contaminated the nearby water supply. more
While Glendale is in the midst of an apartment construction boom, one study shows the city has the most affordable rent prices in the Valley. more
Glendale’s City Judge Manuel Delgado will serve on the city court for at least another four years. more
Great Hearts Academies in Arizona is hosting a hiring fair in March with hopes of landing 240 new teachers. more
After coronavirus cases increased a whopping 65% in the five weeks throughout the holiday season, the overall city case counts are still increasing but by a much smaller margin. more
Residents east of Luke Air Force Base are on edge after learning drinking water in their community may be contaminated following tests that detected high levels of toxic chemicals from a fire extinguishing foam used for decades on the military installation. more
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