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The Arizona Department of Health Services has reported nearly 1,600 cases of COVID-19 in the state, with 32 deaths. more
In light of COVID-19, the Arizona Department of Revenue has temporarily modified current services in an effort to protect the health and safety of its customers and employees while continuing to … more
Due to the recent changes in the situation surrounding COVID-19 and recommended social distancing, the city of Peoria has canceled all aquatic classes for the rest of spring. more
Peoria Police Officer Kevin Daniel Moe, 35, was arrested by the Surprise Police Department for an alleged domestic violence related incident, according to a news release. more
A water facility in Peoria will be getting some repairs. more
City of Peoria streets division and its contractor Nesbitt Contracting have begun a rehabilitation project on Bell Road, from Loop 101 to west-end of city limits, the area west of 92nd Avenue. more
Peoria will receive more than $200,000 in grant funds for two Dial-a-Ride buses and maintenance expenses. The city provides American with Disabilities Act and paratransit service through the … more
Effective immediately, the city of Peoria is closing additional amenities within city parks in an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus. more
Arizona nonprofit leaders are sounding a collective alarm as the Arizona charitable tax credit deadline provided to aid qualified nonprofit organizations did not move with recent federal tax deadline … more
The Translational Genomics Research Institute infectious disease lab is providing critically-needed testing for Arizona in combating the global health pandemic. more
Valley Metro is adjusting the Express and RAPID commuter bus service schedules to operate fewer trips each weekday morning and evening. It is a proactive step to maintain local bus route service … more
Arizona is approaching 1,300 cases of COVID-19 after the latest release of numbers across the state. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, there are 1,289 cases and 24 deaths in … more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has imposed a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of COVID-19. It takes place 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 31. more
The state of Arizona has reported over 1,100 cases of COVID-19 as of Monday morning. The Arizona Department of Health Services also reports 20 deaths in the state. Maricopa County is reporting … more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced Monday, March 30 the extension of school closures through the end of the school year. more
Just as schools, entertainment venues and community facilities have faced the debilitating results of the coronavirus pandemic, halting activities as normal for the foreseeable future, so too have … more
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, local businesses and groups are building essential kits to help seniors and others in need of supplies. Radiant Community Services, 15522 W. Paradise Lane, Surprise, … more
PHOENIX (AP) — A woman who has been a key figure leading Arizona's response to the coronavirus pandemic has resigned after complaining she was being sidelined from her role. more
Saturday's reported jump in Arizona COVID-19 cases was not as large as the 157-person increase reported Friday, but it did mark the second straight day with more than 100 new cases in the … more
Dignity Health in Arizona has launched Virtual Care Anywhere, a free virtual urgent care service for anyone in the community experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19.   Virtual … more
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