Peoria has taken a step toward the possibility of securing more water sources for future use.City Council approved an agreement with Salt River Project to share costs for a feasibility study to …
When COVID-19 hit Arizona, the state’s robust tourism and hospitality industries were the hardest hit. But Arizona leaders say tourism is on its way back in a big way, and there’s a tremendous need for additional lodging to house all the visitors flocking to the Valley.
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 4,184 new coronavirus cases and 56 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 1,228,076 cases and 21,808 deaths.
Abrazo Health hospitals across the Valley, including the Arrowhead campus, 18701 N. 67th Ave., invited local first responders as well as hospital staff to enjoy burgers, hot dogs and other treats grilled and served by hospital leaders, Nov. 17.
The portion of Grand Avenue that runs through south Peoria has been a hard nut to crack in the revitalization of the Old Town area.
The Peoria City Council did something rare at its Nov. 9 meeting — councilors voted not to follow the recommendation from the planning and zoning commission for a new project in the downtown area.