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Arizona last week reported a 197% increase in reported COVID-19 cases in just five weeks, and the numbers in Glendale, too, continue to rise. more
Peoria City Council members have an allotment of discretionary funds they are allowed to spend each year and each individual on the 7-member board spends them on a variety of things ranging from networking events to neighborhood improvements, according to a Peoria Independent public records request. more
While Glendale families are celebrating Thanksgiving, Christmas is already close by. more
Holiday shopping hours and habits have been in enough flux over the past decade with the growth on online shopping as well as Cyber Monday competing with Black Friday for consumers ready to spend. more
Esther BeLer Wodrich usually doesn’t get into character when she paints, but she made an exception for Rosie the Riveter, the iconic 1940s figure representing women who worked in the defense industry during World War II. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) on Nov. 19 issued an emergency mandate to strengthen its mask-wearing requirement in response to rising coronavirus cases across the state -- mandates that Deer Valley Unified School District has been implementing all along. more
It’s well true that 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of Glendale Community College’s north campus, at 5727 W. Happy Valley Road. That’s certainly when officials began the expansion. more
As a social worker at Glendale High School for more than a decade, Danet Garcia has spent her career helping students get through some of the most difficult and traumatic situations. more
One of the many reporting initiatives at Independent Newsmedia of particular note is the hyperlocal effort coined, “Ask the Editor,” whereby readers are able to write in and ask questions … more
Who approved the “Beachfront Resort” in Glendale? Eleven-acre man-made lagoon with sandy beaches! Where is this water coming from? We live in a desert, man. Look around at the fires, … more
In the time of the novel coronavirus, crisis knows no bounds and in the case of family homelessness the realities have become harsher than years before in the Valley of the Sun, outreach officials … more
Though spring training was cut short due to the coronavirus, Camelback Ranch still got a look at how traffic in and out of the stadium has improved after a new road into the facility opened in February. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down many things for Arizonans, but distribution of tax revenues isn’t one of them. As of May, the Arizona Department of Revenue had collected and … more
In a typical year, the time between the Academy Awards and the summer blockbuster season has provided moviegoers with a steady, highly publicized buildup for those big-budget titles soon to draw thousands. more
As the COVID-19 pandemic extended its tentacles into local cities and towns, municipal officials responded to decisions from the federal and state government for guidance to keep residents safe from … more
PHOENIX — Saying he needs to act because of “lawlessness,” Gov. Doug Ducey has imposed an 8 p.m. statewide curfew for one week. The governor said that the incident in Minneapolis … more
Doctors at Abrazo Arrowhead fixed Santa’s heart this year in time to pass out presents for the holiday season. more
When Peoria resident Davonna Dutton made plans with her doctor at Glendale’s Abrazo Arrowhead campus to have a total hysterectomy, she remembered how her mom had undergone the surgery about 20 … more
GLENDALE — Surgeons at Abrazo Arrowhead Campus have completed more than 5,000 total robot-assisted surgical procedures, a milestone for the Northwest Valley hospital known for its surgical … more
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