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It wasn’t quite the send-off he would have received if the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t limiting in-person gatherings, but outgoing Recreation and Public Grounds Commission member David Schwake looked pretty tickled when Mayor Thomas L. Schoaf and the Litchfield Park City Council recognized him for 17 years of service. more
Eighty seniors from around the West Valley all the way out to Tonopah received free meals during Meals of Joy’s first-ever Taste for Joy event Nov. 14. more
The Elizabeth Dole Foundation Hidden Heroes program and Operation Gratitude are teaming up with Skyway Church in Goodyear to serve a drive-thru breakfast on Veterans Day to those who served in the U.S. military. more
When Helping Others Together (HOT) Community Foundation President Beth McGee started a mask-sewing project in March to help local health care workers, first responders and other essential employees who were in dire need of face coverings in the COVID-19 pandemic’s infancy, she never dreamed how many people would join in the project nor how many masks they’d sew and distribute. more
Thanks to two community-minded families who had a little help from friends and strangers, an Avondale wetland area that draws nature lovers from around the Valley got a much-needed spruce up recently. more
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to band together to provide hope and healing to patients fighting cancer by giving blood or platelets. more
Basketball and tennis players who have noticed a smoother surface on the courts at the Litchfield Park Recreation Center have the city and Kiwanis Club of Litchfield to thank for the improvements. more
Kiwanis Club of Litchfield Park, organizers of the weekly drive-thru food pantry distributions at Barbara B. Robey Elementary School, has announced fall dates for drive-thru … more
The coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot of things. One thing that’s still the same? more
Sun Health At Home is continuing to see growth as more seniors look for ways to remain active and in their homes. more
Luke airmen have created a community-based resource to help educate children while bringing the families together. more
In time for Arizona’s monsoon season, the Arizona Historical Society has a new specialty license plate that pays homage to the state’s powerful summer storms. more
Momma’s Organic Market will stay in Glendale permanently, but it will add a new — yet old — Peoria location, and also add a Surprise market. more
Packages from Home is partnering with Crown Royal’s Purple Bag Project and country music star Kane Brown to give back to America’s military and veterans. more
Alexa Nolte grew up in Goodyear and now calls Litchfield Park "home." more
A Goodyear Police corporal’s history of horsing around paid off for a runaway calf that found itself trying to keep its head above water in a Roosevelt Irrigation District canal Tuesday, Aug. 4. more
Litchfield Park veterans interested in sharing their stories with the Three Rivers Historical Society have until Tuesday, Sept. 15 to submit them for publication in the organization’s publication, The Quarterly. more
With an excessive heat warning in effect through 8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3 and temperatures hovering well over 110 degrees, July is poised to go out with a flame. more
Maricopa County Library District announced that curbside pickup will not be available at the Litchfield Park Branch Library today, July 27. more
Benevilla hosts its next free “Educate with the Experts” workshop 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 19. This interactive online workshop titled “Alphabet Soup” will feature expert … more
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