Residents of Tolleson and Phoenix’s Estrella Village neighborhood may receive their first Phoenix Public Library location if a new branch is approved by voters next year. The library ranked as the top project recommended for funding by a Phoenix subcommittee at a Sept. 16 meeting.
Highland Prep West kicked off its first school year with a ribbon-cutting ceremony alongside future STEM innovators and leaders.
Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Campos will flip the coin before West Point Avondale at Agua Fria High School football game at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30.
Army veteran and Goodyear resident Richie Neian will take home a ReWalk Robotics exoskeleton.
Tara Carnes does not let her stage 4 breast cancer define her.
The Goodyear City Council approved new regulations in anticipation of state law SB 1168 going into effect on Sept. 24.
Arizona is one of the first states in the nation to have its Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Deployment Plan given the stamp of approval from the Federal Highway Administration.
The city of Avondale took home seven awards in the City-County Communications & Marketing Association’s 2022 national Savvy Awards Competition at the Hyatt Regency Portland in Oregon on Thursday, Sept. 8.
Alex Nsengimana spent his early years growing up in Rwanda during the ’90s.
The Litchfield Park Juniors Volleyball Club isn’t the typical volleyball club.
Benjamin Peter Anastasoff of Litchfield Park was recently sworn in as a midshipman at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) and as a member of the U.S. Naval Reserve.
Members of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns selected new leaders of its governing board at the organization’s annual conference recently in Glendale.
Moody’s Investors Service has upgraded the Tolleson Union High School District’s credit rating by assigning it a Aaa rating, Arizona’s School Improvement Bonds, Project of 2021, Series A (2022) in the expected amount of $39.2 million.
Christian Green, Goodyear’s former economic development project manager, has been hired for a similar role in Glendale.
Construction is underway on a new cardiovascular operating room at Abrazo West Campus. The new CVOR will add upgraded equipment and technology to the hospital’s heart surgery program, according to hospital officials.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is accepting applications for the Legislative District 19 House vacancy.
Desert Edge High School senior Kaleb Jackson-Carter and junior Deshawn Warner are using their visibility as football players on campus and their following on social media to help save teen lives during Teen Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in September.
Buckeye police responded to two suspected human smuggling incidents in less than 24 hours. Both incidents happened in the area north of I-10 and Verrado Way.
Twenty-six nonprofit agencies that provide services and programs to the Avondale community received a combined total of $200,000 in funding as part of the city of Avondale’s annual Contributions Assistance Program. Representatives from the various agencies joined Avondale councilmembers and …
Buckeye was honored for its innovative work on the Wildlife Corridor Best Practices Guide, which ensures the city balances growth with the natural desert habitat.
Several West Valley school districts have united to advocate for school safety education in its communities.