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Vintage car auctions usually bring two experiences when the block opens for bidding. more
For the ninth year, West Valley Preps has announced honors for the best girls basketball players it covers in the West Valley. With so many quality players in the West Valley, a third team was … more
Luke Air Force Base will be performing a full-scale active shooter exercise March 27, officials said. more
An innovative way to combat the double-punch of low housing inventory plus unaffordable homes is officially in Glendale. more
Two West Valley cities have ended some involvement with their respective chambers of commerce amid personal disputes and denying access to city-owned offices. more
Abrazo Health is celebrating National Doctors’ Day by paying tribute to its physicians for their service, skill and compassion. more

Much like the school itself Ironwood High’s wrestling program was built brick by brick, though getting the wrestling program operating at a high level took decades. So it’s only … more
Ground breaks later this week on the latest affordable housing project in Glendale. more
The high school boys volleyball regular season began Feb. 27 in the Valley. West Valley Preps asked coaches in Glendale and Peoria to take a look at their teams: more
Glendale has expanded its array of recycling options for residents, including glass. more
The Taylor Swift concert on Friday night in Glendale will cause heavier-than-normal rush-hour traffic along westbound Interstate 10 in Phoenix and Loop 101 in the West Valley, state transportation … more
Frank Morris Lopez is “a big Glendale nerd.” And he’s earned the right to hang that label on himself. more
For the first time since State Farm Stadium opened in 2006, the venue later this week will host sold out concerts on consecutive nights. more

The Super Bowl put Glendale front and center last month. This week it’ll be Taylor Swift’s turn. more
The city of Glendale is fighting back against stolen shopping carts that have a tendency to end up around town causing blight. more
Whatever caused the sonic boom-type noise Monday evening in the north and west parts of the Valley remains a mystery, officially speaking. more
PHOENIX — Arizona lawmakers are moving to require a public vote in the state’s largest school districts to determine whether they should be split up. more
PHOENIX - Peoria was not able to lock into its game in the 4A boys basketball final against Deer Valley until the final five minutes. But five minutes of control were all the Panthers needed to hold off their closest rival. Up 51-50 Peoria closed the game with a 14-7 run to win its first state title since 2012. more
The city of Glendale will host a public open house to present current information on the Downtown Campus Reinvestment Project and allow residents to share comments directly with the project team. more
The city of Glendale, through an intergovernmental agreement with Phoenix, will make Federal Transit Administration grants available to, among other things, replace the transportation department’s “aging GUS fleet.” more

Not very long ago, kids were bursting to try out the new equipment on a city park in south Glendale. more
A community park that has been in the city of Glendale’s park system for 62 years and has received everything from donated structures to volunteer hours – not to mention the Guaranteed Rate Bowl game sod – in the past few months is under a vandalism siege. more
A custom survey of TV viewership for Super Bowl 57 in Glendale shows that 60% of all U.S. residents were watching the big game. more
A pre-Super Bowl party raised $750,000 for Treasure House in Glendale. more
Initial data about the Super Bowl’s impact on the Phoenix area are trickling in, and local officials are saying they point to overall solid numbers from the NFL’s biggest game. While … more
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