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The Kiwanis Clubs of Litchfield and Buckeye are working with West Valley students in the clubs’ youth Service Leadership Programs to nurture a community garden that benefits students as well the hungry. more
Catholic Charities’ Westside Head Start is enrolling students for the 2021-22 school year, which will include enrollment into the Tonopah School District for Head Start, Early Head Start, pregnant mothers and home-based programs. more
Peoria is joining eight other West Valley cities to take a regional approach to some aspects of policing and to have officers’ conduct investigating by another city rather than their own department. more
Buckeye’s annual Memorial Day salute to America’s fallen will be held in person Monday, May 31, at Louis B. Hazelton Memorial Cemetery. more
Arizona State University and Starbucks are expanding their seven-year partnership and moving it in a new direction. more
Stephanie Flynn is a Buckeye resident who experienced a stroke at age 34. Her story emphasizes the importance of knowing the signs of stroke and seeking immediate emergency care as May is recognized as national Stroke Awareness Month. more
The West Valley is open for business and health care is in especially high demand. more
Several West Valley cities joined to proclaim April 22 “White Tank Wild Day” in an effort for all to enjoy and to conserve the natural and cultural resources of range, a rare pristine landscape in the Valley that many residents and visitors enjoy each year. more
A Buckeye artist will soon see her work inside her neighborhood Fry’s store. more
Services for Buckeye Fire Chief Bob Costello will be held Thursday with a view scheduled for Wednesday. Mr. Costello, who had served with the West Valley city since 2004 and was its chief since … more
The city of Buckeye has broken ground on a 38-acre expansion at Sundance Park.  more
When Starbucks launched its partnership with Arizona State University in June 2014, it was hailed as a first-of-its kind employee benefit set to increase access to higher education. more
Two Southwest Valley cities are among the country’s 10 least crowded cities with populations over 50,000 and at least 10 square miles of land area, according to a new blog on rent.com. more
It’s been one year since the A-rated Litchfield Elementary School District pivoted to reinvent its time-tested approach to educational excellence in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic. more
Hoping to clear up an oversight, the Surprise Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission voted to add baseball legend Buck O’Neil to its Recreation Hall of Fame. more
A year after COVID-19 was first diagnosed in Arizona, Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear announced it has successfully cared for and discharged more than 1,000 COVID patients. more
I and J Fountain Restaurant will finish this month with a pair of live performances. more
In observance of Black History Month and in recognition of the contributions African American artists have made in the community and the greater culture, West Valley Arts Council will present its newest exhibition, Imprint: African Americans in the Arts. more
When Kim Ehlebracht opened her clothing consignment shop Bucks 4 Style in 2013, life was good — certainly better than it had been just a few years earlier during the worst of the Great … more
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