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A four-story, multi-family development of 338 units is planned for 99th and Northern avenues, adjacent to Park West. more
Thompson Thrift Retail Group, a wholly-owned company of Indianapolis-based Thompson Thrift, announced today the sale of Sunrise Promenade, a retail shopping center located in Peoria. more
This year’s AzMERIT test scores in the Peoria Unified School District went down across the board in both elementary school standardized tests — English language arts and math. more
With some of the strongest growth in the state coming within the Deer Valley Unified School District’s boundaries, population changes driving school boundary changes is almost inevitable. more
Peoria police are investigating a shooting at an apartment, according to a news release. more
Because of overcrowding from explosive growth in north Peoria, Lake Pleasant and Sunset Heights elementary schools along with Liberty High School will not have open enrollment for the 2021-22 school year. more
While Deer Valley Unified School District is battling the same pandemic-driven bus driver shortage as other districts, there’s another shortage problem Deer Valley isn’t worrying about — teachers. more
Due to an increase in positive cases, Maricopa County Department of Public Health has declared Parkridge Elementary School an outbreak, according a letter from the Peoria Unified School District. more
After a 13-year construction hiatus, Vestar, the largest privately held shopping center owner and manager in the western U.S., has announced it is building new retail centers in Queen and Peoria. more
Arizona students took a hit when it came to learning during the pandemic so far, and it may take several years to correct that slide. The state is putting roughly $19 million into corrective … more
A popular virtual shooting range in Peoria’s P83 Entertainment District has closed. more
At least three home sales in Peoria eclipsed the $1 million mark in September. more
Support groups, like many in-person gatherings, took to the internet to meet in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. Many of them, including groups for breast cancer patients and survivors, are still meeting virtually due to the virus, as immunocompromised patients are at higher risk than most for contracting a serious case of COVID. more
A social media trend making the rounds has made its way to Peoria schools, and that’s not a good thing. A new TikTok “challenge” encourages students to commit criminal damage and … more
The U.S. House of Representatives approved the Brandon Act as an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act Sept. 23. more
Centennial High School Senior Crystal Bond has a bright future ahead of her. more
The city of Peoria will launch its free weekend circulator service, POGO Destinations, Oct. 29. more
Although an official public hearing has not yet been set for a controversial recycling and waste transfer station proposed for the north Peoria area, preparations are being made for a zoning hearing … more
The city of Peoria continues to have a number of programs underway to help those most affected by the pandemic thanks to federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. more
Although they receive benefits, Peoria Unified drivers are among the worst paid at $13.99 an hour compared with surrounding districts where the average pay is about $17.50. more
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