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The Glendale Independent has caught up with the four candidates running for two open seats on the Deer Valley Unified School District’s Governing Board. more
To give residents another opportunity to learn more about the Peoria Unified School District governing board candidates, the Peoria Independent has submitted a second questionnaire inquiring about their stance on certain issues. more
ASU grad, former Glendale, Peoria teacher creates mural at Phoenix Fry’s The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture partnered with Fry’s Food Stores to commission artist Kenneth Keene to … more
Peoria Police seek the public’s help in locating, Dylan Schalow, a 20-year-old male. more
Peoria police are investigating a threat allegedly made by a student on social media against Terramar Academy of the Arts and three of its staff members. more
The U.S. Army will be conducting routine training this week in the areas of Peoria and Phoenix, Sept. 20-23. more

Does a pot hole need to be filled in your neighborhood? Do you want to find out when your bulk trash pick up is? Maybe you’d like to report graffiti on a nearby wall. All this and similar … more
Peoria City Council approved $195,235 in grant funding from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for public safety, Sept. 13. more
The Peoria Sidewinder Little League team has made the city of Peoria proud. more
Residents must update their voter registration every time they move. more
The city of Peoria is seeking citizen volunteers to fill vacancies on various boards and commissions. more
Over the last year, Peoria has been feeling the effects of inflation and global supply chain issues. They continue to pummel the city’s fleet, leading to unprecedented acquisition delays and replacement vehicle costs, which have increased as much as 70% for some vehicles.  more
Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly will be joined by Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, and Tiffany Muller, president of End Citizens United, to host an organizing meet and greet in Peoria, Sept. 9. Also … more

The Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board of Directors might not be familiar to some residents but as Central Arizona Project cuts come to fruition, the board could be making some important decisions in the coming years. more
High school students across the Valley are using social media in an effort to support their peers as part of a suicide prevention and awareness campaign organized by Teen Lifeline and the Grand … more
High school students across the Valley are using social media in an effort to support their peers as part of a suicide prevention and awareness campaign organized by Teen Lifeline and the Grand … more
The U.S. Department of the Interior recently announced that Arizona faces water cuts in 2023 to the tune of 21% of the state’s annual apportionment of Colorado River water. more
Cleanliness is great. But caregiving is next to godliness. Just ask the family members of the clients who Rosalina Vilar cares for. more
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