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Litchfield Elementary School District case count Litchfield Elementary School District reported 66 weekly COVID-19 cases and 682 total cases since the semester began on Aug. 2.  The school … more
BUCKEYE — When your city’s population essentially doubles over a 10-year span, big changes are going to happen to city council district boundaries. That’s what the Buckeye City … more
Food banks across the Valley are gearing up for a busy holiday season as the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into its 20th month, further exacerbating hunger and need. more
BUCKEYE — There’s only one major economic development item on Tuesday’s agenda for the Buckeye City Council that will likely take up much time to discuss. The council is set to … more
Though Christmas is technically celebrated on Dec. 25 each year, for 400 teachers across Arizona – including 10 from across Buckeye – it came early in 2021. During the first days of … more
BUCKEYE — With a pair of votes Tuesday, the Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission approved plats for a total of more than 1,150 homes. The commission unanimously recommended approval of two … more

BUCKEYE — According to the father of a man who went missing in June in the Buckeye area, human remains found Saturday are not those of his missing son. David Robinsontweeted a few times over … more
BUCKEYE — After a few months of agendas that only had one or a couple of major items, the Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission has a robust set of items scheduled to be addressed at … more
BUCKEYE — A new arrangement that will help Buckeye residents get access to more services was set in motion by a decision made by the Buckeye City Council on Tuesday.By unanimously approving the … more
West Valley voters have opted to end school district budget overrides that have been in place for nearly three decades, meaning two area school districts will lose funding of close to $10 million … more
Tuesday is election day, and while it may not be as exciting as last year’s presidential election, there are still some very important local issues on the ballot for West Valley school … more
For a landscape dotted with cornfields, overlooked by old ranch-style homes, the West Valley doesn’t seem to have a very haunted reputation. Interestingly, the overwhelming majority of … more
BUCKEYE — Developers have been submitting different types of development, structure and floor plans in an effort to create more affordable housing. Brian Craig, the City of Buckeye’s … more

The City of  Buckeye invites the community to a unique celebration this weekend. Celebrate Halloween and support local charities  at "Let the Ghoul Times Roll" -- Buckeye’s 81st … more
BUCKEYE — Buckeye’s City Council spent a small portion of Tuesday’s regular meeting deciding whether $923,000 should be spent. The council ended up unanimously approving a plan … more
The race starter turns to his left and says, “Thumbs up when you’re ready.” He turns to the right and repeats the same thing. He then says “lights” into a black … more
BUCKEYE — More steps toward new developments within the city of Buckeye are on the agenda for that municipality’s city Council at Tuesday’s meeting. One of the consent agenda … more
BUCKEYE — By a unanimous vote Tuesday, the Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the site plan for a 216-unit downtown apartment complex. The Buckeye Roers Downtown … more
Landsea Homes Corporation, a publicly traded residential homebuilder, announced this week that homes are now for sale in a new 55-and-older active adult community in Buckeye. Skye Ridge at Victory … more
BUCKEYE — If the main item on the Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission’s agenda is approved at Tuesday night’s meeting, the city will be getting 216 more downtown residential … more

PHOENIX — Buckeye residents interested in energy reform have often pointed to the 295 average days per year of sunshine as to where to find more electricity. NextEra Energy Resources plans … more
BUCKEYE — Two items related to expected upcoming development are on the Buckeye City Council’s agenda for Tuesday’s meeting. Infrastructure agreements with two developers are on … more
BUCKEYE — Buckeye’s Planning and Zoning Commission will only meet for 23 minutes this month. In its only September meeting, the commission only needed 23 minutes to hear a report from … more
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