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Peoria is the latest city looking to regulate legal marijuana. more
Peoria Fire-Medical Department retired Capt. David Rehnke, 59, succumbed to a 10-year battle with Renal Cell Carcinoma on Jan. 11, 2021. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 7,311 new coronavirus cases and 182 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 649,040 cases and 10,855 deaths. more
Peoria Unified School District called a special study session Jan. 13 to provide the school board and families with a health update, but did not change course on having in-person learning regardless of Maricopa County health metrics, the benchmarks for formerly determining instruction delivery. more
In a tight race that left the top five in a field of nine Peoria Unified School District school board candidates separated by only two percentage points, Rebecca Hill, David Sandoval and Bill Sorensen have been sworn in and will participate in their first public meeting as governing board members this week. more
Much like the decision of the Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board to cancel the winter sports season Jan. 8 by one vote, the 5-4 decision at Tuesday's board meeting to reinstate the winter sports season. more
No home sales eclipsed the $1 million mark in Peoria for the week of Jan. 3-9, according to Realtor. com. However, they were located in the 85383 ZIP code, the city’s hot spot for luxury … more
These are the top 10 stories of 2020 in Peoria based on online traffic. more
Peoria Unified School District has announced that all schools will be open for in-person learning, Jan. 12, coming after a sick-out by teachers protesting the school board’s decision in December for students to return to in-person learning regardless of the status of Maricopa County benchmarks, which are currently in the substantial category. more
Battling the fallout of a worldwide pandemic that touched everybody, good riddance to 2020 has been a common rallying cry for many. The year 2020 in Peoria was no cake walk. Residents … more
A number of schools in the Peoria Unified School District will be closed Monday due to a sick-out from teachers concerned about rising COVID-19 metrics. more
Teachers and staff may conduct sick-outs at Peoria Unified schools Jan. 11 in response to rising COVID-19 pandemic metrics. more
For residents living near Grand Avenue in Peoria, the noise of revving engines and racing cars has become more common lately, leaving the streets at risk for pedestrians and lawful drivers, citizens … more
In a world turned upside by a global pandemic amid a quickly changing economic landscape where laws of yesterday no longer apply — one law of business a part of the Arizona real estate … more
Peoria Unified School District has launched a new COVID-19 dashboard on the district’s website, coming after a review and verification of cases that were self-reported over winter break. The … more
After a fire destroyed 10 Scottsdale solid waste trucks, Jan. 3, Peoria responded by loaning them two trucks so they can keep their solid waste operations going. more
Peoria adjusted its agreement with Surprise and Goodyear regarding a grant-funded community paramedicine program through United HealthCare. more
Peoria Mayor Cathy Carlat and City Council unanimously appointed Councilmember Jon Edwards to serve as vice mayor and Councilmember Bill Patena to serve as mayor pro tem for one-year terms. … more
Peoria Unified School District teachers and those from other districts formed a group calling on districts to go to virtual learning for at least two weeks. more
The high school boys basketball season has been delayed until at least Jan. 18 by the rising number of COVID-19 cases. Here’s what local coaches have to say about their teams: more
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