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The Dysart Unified School District has received 12 A-rated and 10 B-rated school grades in the 2022 state accountability labels. more
The “Light the World Giving Machine” campaign will expand to Glendale this year and continue in Gilbert, where the charitable donation machines have been popular during the holiday season … more
Four Arizona  alliances have formed the Arizona Defense and Industry Coalition whose mission is to act as a united voice for state's defense and industry communities. AZDIC includes four … more
The city of Glendale offices will be closed Friday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day as well as Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. more
A shooting early Saturday left one man dead and two others injured at a business near 51st Avenue and Camelback Road in Glendale, police said. Detectives investigated after officers responded, and … more
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has partnered with the Glendale Police Department and awarded four grants which will aid in ongoing efforts to make Valley roadways safer. more

Drivers in the West Valley need to prepare for heavier-than-normal traffic this weekend with NASCAR racing and Arizona Cardinals football attracting fans Saturday and Sunday. ADOT officials said … more
Matthew Smith has been selected as administrator for the Glendale Airport. more
Glendale City Hall will be among the Valley landmarks that will be lighting up teal on Thursday, Nov. 3 to raise Alzheimer’s awareness as part of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s Light the World in Teal program. more
Niño is home. The French Bulldog was found safe and was happily reunited with his Glendale family after being stolen out of his owner’s hands in broad daylight back on Oct. … more
The West Valley Water Association, which includes the city of Glendale, is offering a free online workshop on landscaping management and wise water use. more
The 30th annual Best of the West awards dinner took place on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. more
PHOENIX - Planned Parenthood of Arizona is reopening all of its sites where it offers abortions in the state. But for how long will depend on the courts. Brittany Fonteno, organization … more

After a controversial roll-out of design ideas for the upcoming downtown renovation project at city hall in Glendale, a do-over of sorts is underway. more
Misdemeanor crimes in Glendale are up, and police are taking steps to do something about it. more
A suspect stole a French Bulldog in Glendale worth more than $4,000, and police are looking for both. more
As Glendale prepares to host the Super Bowl on Feb. 12, Valley residents can expect to see events happening around the region in the days leading up to the big game — growth from prior years, … more
Residents can weigh in Tuesday on an impending land annexation on the west end of Glendale that would pave the way for an almost $600 million industrial development. more
GLENDALE – Their presence was impossible not to notice, or smell. A sea of cowboy hats and boots surrounded Desert Diamond Arena, and the pungent scent of the four-legged main attraction was … more
Salt River Project and Arizona Public Service reached records over the summer as rain and high winds produced widespread damage and power outages. “On July 17th, we had a storm that caused … more

The focus on city streets around Glendale continues. more
Residents facing eviction in Glendale and Mesa can once again apply for financial assistance for rent and utilities. more
For a 29th year, Historic Downtown Glendale will be aglow for the holidays. more
The Glendale Police Department will be hosting a car seat checkup event this Saturday. more
The 2023 Scenic Arizona Calendar, published by the Daily Independent at YourValley.net, is now available. more
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