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The city of Peoria celebrated the unveiling of the Centennial Plaza Decades Walk expansion project, which is a new, vertical monument that honors historic local, state and national events that … more
Peoria City Council approved a budget amendment for nearly $300,000 to expand certain technology the police department uses, such as Tasers and body worn cameras. more
The official General Election canvass presented by the Maricopa County Elections Department shows final results for three Glendale-focused education votes from November’s ballots. more
Delivery has become a way of life, so why shouldn’t it be for recreational marijuana? more
Road relief for Surprise residents living and drivng north of the intersection of 163rd and Grand avenues is either waiting for funding or in the early planning phases. more
In this new era of water reductions, Peoria is doing a number of things to help reduce water use within the city. more

Southbound lanes on Loop 101 near the Maryland Avenue off-ramp in Glendale are expected to open up again after an early morning incident on Friday. more
Peoria City Manager Jeff Tyne has announced that he will step down as the city’s highest non-elected official. more
Much like Sun City Community Assistance Network itself, there are benefits available to people many are unaware of. more
Zachary Kaman-Moose has been found safe in Tucson, Peoria police said Wednesday. The 18-month-old, who had been missing since Nov. 18, was found about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 23, along with … more
A 44-year-old Avondale man is in jail following a weekend crash on Loop 303 in Peoria. Anthony Compean was booked into the Maricopa County Jail on charges including aggravated DUI – wrong … more
A woman on a supervised visit with her 18-month-old child kidnapped him, authorities said, and Peoria police need the public’s help in locating them. Brittany Roberts, 30, who has no … more
June 19, commonly known as Juneteenth, was unanimously approved on Nov. 15 as an official holiday for the city of Peoria. more

It appears newcomer Jennifer Crawford has secured the seat for the Peoria City Council Acacia District. more
Members of the House Republican Caucus of Arizona’s 56th Legislature elected Rep. Ben Toma of Peoria to be the next Speaker of the House. more
It appears Interim Councilmember Brad Shafer has secured the seat for the Peoria City Council Mesquite District. more
With one of the most heated races for the Peoria Unified governing board in recent memory nearly complete, it appears Heather Rooks and Melissa Ewing will be elected, according to unofficial results. more
It appears the Peoria City Council will receive pay raises, effective Jan. 1, 2023. more
With one of the most heated races for the Peoria mayor in recent memory nearly complete, it appears newcomer and local businessman Jason Beck will take the city’s highest office. more
While still unofficial, the most recent results from last week’s election continue to show Stephanie Simacek and Paul Carver leading the field of four candidates vying for two open seats on the Deer Valley Unified School District’s Governing Board. more

The race for Peoria's Acacia District council seat has opened up, according to unofficial results. more
Updated unofficial results for Peoria’s mayoral election show final results near. more
Updated unofficial results for Peoria Unified's governing board election show final results near. more
Does Peoria have a 100-year water supply? more
Peoria resident Sung Hwan Lee, 64, was sentenced Oct. 26 by United States District Judge David G. Campbell, to 24 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release. Lee previously … more
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