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Peoria’s city offices and the Peoria Community Center will be closed from Dec. 31, 2022 to Jan. 2, 2023 in observance of New Year’s Day. more
Part of the 75th Avenue corridor in Peoria is getting a makeover. more
The city of Peoria is reminding residents that a utility rate increase will take effect Jan. 1, 2023. more
Signs show that residents in Vistancia are closer to seeing a groundbreaking on the 123,000-square-foot Fry’s Marketplace, planned as the anchor of the community’s commercial core. more
Deployments are never easy for military families. more
Thorugh Jan. 3, Peoria is offering locations for residents to recycle live Christmas trees, which are taken to a local farmer for composting. more

After more than 20 years of leasing state land for its Desert Ridge Marketplace, Vestar, the largest privately held shopping center owner and manager in the western United States, purchased the land … more
Law enforcement officials are investigating a bank robbery that happened at the Wells Fargo Fargo located at 82nd Avenue and Lake Pleasant Parkway on Dec. 20. more
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is ordering the city of Tucson to repeal a law prohibiting landlords from denying potential tenants because of how they make their money. Brnovich said in a … more
Peoria Unified governing board member-elect Melissa Ewing has been sworn in. more
Peoria’s city offices, libraries, and the Peoria Community Center will be closed Dec. 24-26 in observance of Christmas Day. more
It has been about a year since the Brandon Act was signed into law — giving military personnel the option to anonymously request mental health help, a key that many say could be the difference between life and death. more
An exodus of Peoria’s top leadership has formed as members of a newly elected council are preparing to be sworn in. more

With many economic indicators pointing to a downturn in the coming year, Peoria city officials are planning a conservative approach to the forthcoming budget process. more
Looking back at the most popular stories among readers in 2022, one thing is clear: Politics ruled the roost this year. more
Peoria Unified governing board member-elect Heather Rooks has been sworn in. more
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
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
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