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The holidays are a time of celebrations, time spent with family and friends, and a festive and colorful time of year. For some older adults, it can be a time of extreme loneliness and depression, especially this year with COVID-19 still looming. 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
Motorists who regularly drive Litchfield Road between Wigwam Boulevard and Camelback Road will experience delays beginning in December as crews from Nesbitt Contracting Co. resurface the roadway. more
It wasn’t quite the send-off he would have received if the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t limiting in-person gatherings, but outgoing Recreation and Public Grounds Commission member David Schwake looked pretty tickled when Mayor Thomas L. Schoaf and the Litchfield Park City Council recognized him for 17 years of service. more
Site preparation for The Orchard at Rancho La Loma on the grounds of the former Paul W. Litchfield estate is coming soon. more
Litchfield Park will ring in the new year with an interim city manager and a new city attorney. more
The streets around Phoenix Goodyear Airport were crowded but orderly Wednesday, Oct. 28, as thousands of people descended on the area for their chance to see President Donald J. Trump at one of two campaign rallies he held in the state. The other was held in Bullhead City in the morning. more
In the “A”-rated Litchfield Elementary School District, we rely on strong partnerships to offer academic rigor in a caring environment to more than 12,000 students. more
West Valley residents who need a place to cool off as temperatures soar as high as 118 degrees over the Labor Day weekend can head to one of four Salvation Army relief stations. more
The Rayner and Gladden families’ multigenerational Southwest Valley farming operations have weathered just about everything the world has thrown at them for the better part of 100 years, from drought and pests to extreme price swings and two pandemics, but there are two modern threats that are unrelenting — development and water availability. 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
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