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Since the pandemic led to a rash of significant closures about two weeks into last year’s spring training season, nothing has been normal in professional athletics. more
The Tohono O’odham Nation is planning to build another casino adjacent to Glendale, and to make it happen the city will pull itself out of a pre-annexation development agreement to release the land in question. more
Glendale police on Feb. 18 released the Critical Incident Video for the officer-involved shooting that occurred in December. more
Glendale Public Library this month is launching its 2021 Virtual Writer in Residence (WIR) Program. more
The Cactus League on Wednesday revised its upcoming spring training schedules for each team. more
Racism is not new in American society but has risen to the forefront in recent years, and a number of local groups are working to make it an important topic of conversation for all who want to participate. more
Blue Sky Organic Farms is looking for a new home, and it may not be near its current one. more
Temperatures around the Valley figure to be beautiful this weekend, but with the lure of snowy fun forecasted in the high country, the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is reminding motorists to take care when traveling north for a three-day President’s Day Weekend. more
The Glendale City Council is seeking public input on the reappointment application of City Judge Manuel Delgado. more
Other big stadiums across the country figure to build 24-7 coronavirus vaccination structures on site in the coming weeks, and they’ll be following the lead set by Glendale’s State Farm Stadium, which Vice President Kamala Harris called “an incredible model.” more
In its update of the documented COVID-19 cases at its schools released Feb. 2, the Dysart Unified School District reported 55 cases. more
An online public meetng to provide input on Loop 101/75th Avenue interchange improvements related to future freeway widening is scheduled for 6 p.m. Feb. 10. more
In their continuing efforts to prevent suicide and non-natural causes of death among former service members, America’s Warrior Partnership and the Southwest Valley-based Reveille Foundation will host a joint Facebook Live event Wednesday, Feb. 17, to discuss how people can get involved in Operation Deep Dive, a community-based suicide prevention study. more
Doctors expect Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers to make a full recovery after he undergoes emergency bypass heart surgery on Thursday, Feb. 4. more
In Arizona State University’s most recently published Security and Fire Report, data showed an increase in crimes in 2019 in comparison to previous years. According to the Jeanne Clery … more
Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers, 63, was admitted to a local hospital on Monday and in consultation with his doctors he is scheduled to undergo bypass heart surgery on Thursday, Feb. 4. more
A birthday has a way of evoking feelings like sentiment, reflection and celebration. In the military, service members celebrate the birthdays of their respective units to commemorate legacy, reiterate mission and forge the path forward. more
The Arizona Department of Transportation will host an online public meeting Wednesday, Feb. 10 to discuss options for potential future changes at the Loop 101 (Agua Fria Freeway) interchange at 75th Avenue in the Northwest Valley. more
End-of-year high school celebrations were unique in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
A Glendale Police Department officer-involved shooting left one man with critical injuries. more
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