Hickman’s Family Farms’ egg cartons and delivery trucks will soon carry a fresh and “edgy” look with phrases like “To get eggs any fresher, we’d have to give you the bird” and “Breakfast is the new happy hour, crack open a cold one.”
Often, unlikeable characters have endearing qualities that make them relatable in some way. The musical Catch Me If You Can makes audiences identify and sympathetic with the main character, even though he is a womanizer, thief and master manipulator.
When Briana Porzelt and Tom Gerlach considered opening a gymnastics center in the West Valley, they never imagined the response they would receive.
When Barbara Blalock visited a second-grade classroom in the early 2000s, she saw something that troubled her: a student trading a shoe for a pencil.
Abrazo West Campus recently recognized Buckeye Valley firefighters Danny Garcia and Alex Romero and Buckeye Fire Department engineer Pat Burns with the Dr. Paul Johnson Award for the trio’s efforts in saving a teenage boy’s life.
Buckeye Union High School graduate Sheldon Wiley wanted to be “so many things” growing up. His interests changed with the wind, but while “broke,” in college and single, he became a bartender.
Buckeye’s Before and After School Enrichment (BASE) program is open for registration. BASE offers a safe, convenient and affordable before and after-school care program located at Buckeye Elementary School District campuses.
Abrazo West Campus donated the equivalent of 16,333 servings of healthy cereal to the Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank, thanks to its annual Healthy Over Hungry Cereal Drive.
Avondale is celebrating Park and Recreation Month by inviting residents to explore the “undiscovered” roles of local facilities this July.
Buckeye’s Lil’ Squirts preschool program is open for registration. The recreation-based program helps children learn, grow and create friendships through arts and crafts, group games, imaginative play and music.
Arts Academy at Estrella Mountain is participating in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs by offering healthy meals every school day August 6 to May 24.
Twenty-four Allstate agency owners and licensed sales professionals recently came together to secure a $24,000 Allstate Foundation Helping Hands Grant to benefit Homeless Youth Connection in Avondale.
Cox Enterprises and the Trust for Public Land have opened the nomination process for the 10th Cox Conserves Heroes program, which serves to honor environmental volunteers who create, preserve or enhance shared outdoor spaces in their local communities.
The Buckeye Police Department is set to build a secure police evidence facility that will allow officers to properly impound their seized evidence — with the hope of prosecuting criminals more effectively.
Columbia College will open an academic advising office in Goodyear on July 16 at 250 N. Litchfield Road, Suite 202. A welcome week will follow shortly thereafter, with more details to be confirmed.
The Goodyear City Council approved grant funding to 26 nonprofits who will share a pot of more than $114,000 this fiscal year, which started July 1 and runs through June 30, 2019.
A large monsoon rolled into Buckeye just after 9 p.m. July 8 causing widespread damage, including fallen trees, structural damage to homes and two flipped mobile homes.
An average of 850 lifesaving blood transfusions are required by the young patients at Phoenix Children’s Hospital every month. Blood donors help people like Kellie, who has been diagnosed with leukemia twice.
Community members voiced frustration during an emotional community forum at Verrado High School following an incident that allegedly occurred on a school bus in April.
Three West Valley teens have the opportunity to attend ASU and NAU, thanks to the Dorrance Foundation for Education, based in Tempe.
Dr. Sheryl Zimmerman, a pediatrician who has lived in Goodyear since December, heard a woman speak last year of the poverty and despair many Democratic Republic of the Congo residents suffer from. She knew immediately she had to travel there to attempt to make a difference.
Children ages 3 to 8 are invited to take part in Freeze! The Science of Ice Cream, a hands-on workshop incorporating science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), while making tasty treats.
For about five decades, the Toyota Corolla has proven to be an economy car with outstanding reliability. The 2018 version has been refined to make a pleasant daily commuter. Our test vehicle was an upgraded XSE model that includes many luxury items as standard issue. One unusual option was a…
An Avondale woman returned from running errands last month to find her boyfriend of two years had allegedly “caused serious physical injury” to her 6-year-old son, according to an Avondale Police report obtained by the West Valley View.
Goodyear native Nicole Acosta is bringing her championship resume to Yuma, as the Millennium High School graduate was named head coach of the Arizona Western College women’s soccer team in June.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a final budget for fiscal year 2019 that decreases spending year-over-year without raising the tax rate.
Dr. Sandra Dowling of Litchfield Park has announced her campaign to run for U.S. Congress representing Arizona’s eighth congressional district.
The Avondale Youth Advisory Commission is accepting applications for the 2018-19 service year. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month, at 6 p.m. at the Avondale Civic Center, located at 11465 W. Civic Center Drive.
The Arizona Department of Transportation shared its findings on a draft environmental assessment for a Loop 303 extension to around 500 West Valley residents at a public hearing on June 27.
Liberty Utilities’ Palm Valley Water Reclamation Facility was named the Wastewater Treatment Plant of the Year 2018 for a small system at the Arizona Water Association Projects of the Year Awards.
Harry Mai has a compassion for all living things. So, when the Vietnam native learned about the vegan restaurant chain Loving Hut, he was inspired.
Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Deanna Kupcik likes to expand upon the title given to the West Valley organization she leads.
White Tank Mountain Regional Park is offering a slew of programs in July, ranging from scorpion to moonlight hikes. The events cater to all ages and abilities.
Jesse Wilson’s autopsy report calls his cause and manner of death “undetermined,” according to the Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Fourth of July: Our Independence Day. Back in the 1970s, we were told America meant baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet. Guess which car manufacturer created that advertising campaign? I like all of them unless the hot dogs have ketchup. Ew.
Tolleson resident Robert Gutierrez could arguably be called a jack of all trades. Though he is an accountant, Gutierrez is also a veteran, member of the Army Reserve, and a Lyft driver.
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