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A local Phoenix organization announced the names of various new team members who will work together to solve common problems that arise in government and business settings. more
Justin Thorstad, transformation coach, founder and designated broker of Libertas Real Estate, will lead a free mindset shift workshop at the agency’s Goodyear office designed to help real estate agents in their careers and personal lives. more
A program that seeks participants who are in recovery from opioid use or addiction wishing to launch a career helping others with similar life experiences is accepting applications. The Family … more
My daughter was 10 years old when she first attended Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day at my office At the time, I was working in a role sourcing large contracts, leveraging all of the … more
With Arizona Gives Day on the horizon April 6, there are plenty of nonprofits local to Peoria participating in the event worthy of a donation. more
It’s only fitting that the theme of the upcoming Social Work Month in March is: “Social Workers Are Essential.” more
The long-awaited transformation of the historic Paul W. and Florence Brinton Litchfield estate and the expansion of Sun Health’s La Loma Campus are officially underway. more
Motorists on U.S. Highway 60 between Miami and Superior will encounter intermittent lane restrictions and delays starting Wednesday, Feb. 24, for the Pinto Creek Bridge replacement project. The … more
Utility work for the Greenway Road improvement project will require Sarival Avenue to be closed from Custer Lane to Greenway Road beginning Monday, February 1 until Monday, March 1. more
Litchfield Park residents and workers were busy cleaning up Tuesday, Jan. 26, in the wake of a microburst that hit the city when heavy storms rolled through the West Valley on Monday afternoon. more
Peoria approved an agreement with contractor Via Sun Corp. for micro and slurry seal work in the amount of $1 million. more
There is an early warning sign that high-demand jobs may be hard to fill when the labor market fully reopens, even with millions of Americans looking for work. more
Last spring, New Jersey emergency room nurse Maritza Beniquez saw “wave after wave” of sick patients, each wearing a look of fear that grew increasingly familiar as the weeks wore on. more
Structural defects were found in specific sewer main lines in several areas throughout Sun City West. more
Frontline health care workers and first responders from around the Southwest Valley began receiving first-round COVID-19 vaccines on the Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear on Monday, Dec. 21, as health officials rolled out Phase 1A of their vaccination plan. more
Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust far exceeded its grantmaking annual average with $27.7 million awarded so far in the year of COVID-19, exceeding its typical outreach by as much as $7 million. more
Drivers in the Queen Creek area should expect the following roadway restrictions: Rittenhouse Road northbound lane shift between 211th way and Riggs Road for road improvements. Nov. 11 – … more
The Surprise Chamber of Commerce is hosting a live webinar Dec. 9 about how businesses will be affected by the legalization of recreational marijuana statewide. more
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