The need for skilled people willing to get their hands dirty is growing across the country. But will there be enough craftspeople to meet that demand?
On Jan. 12, the Peoria Unified School District Governing Board appointed Heather Rooks as the new clerk of the board.
With Glendale set to be the site of Super Bowl LVII, all eyes will be on the city to pull off a successful event in every aspect, traffic included.
Vice President Kamala Harris visited Tonopah on Jan. 19 for the groundbreaking of a new renewable energy project called Ten West Link.
The Peoria Police Department has been using body-worn cameras for years, but upgraded technology has allowed for embedded tracking and GIS services, as well as AI transcription services.
Experts say few Arizona residents will notice any immediate change to the availability of water in their daily lives after Jan. 1, when steep cuts will be imposed on the amount of water the state can draw from the Colorado River.
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee recently partnered with Education Forward and Freeport-McMoRan to put on the 100 Yards of Education — a STEM Playbook for Youth event at State Farm Stadium.
In front of a few hundred listeners at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, newly elected Gov. Katie Hobbs delivered her State of the State speech at a luncheon hosted by WESTMARC.
The city of Peoria recently approved a contract of nearly $1.7 million to Brightview Landscape Services for a beautification project that will enhance the landscape on 75th Avenue, stretching from Grand Avenue to Thunderbird Road.
Peoria inducted its new mayor and city councilmembers for their four-year terms on Jan. 3.
Practice good firework safety
The Arizona Department of Transportation will close westbound Loop 303, between I-17 and Lake Pleasant Parkway, from 4 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 7, to 11 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, for freeway construction.
An arrest has been made in connection with a hit-and-run that left a woman dead near the Loop 101 in Peoria on Dec. 19.
Barro’s Pizza raised more than $415,000 for St. Mary’s Food Bank during the 11th Doran Barro Holiday Hunger Fight on Dec. 6.
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee is holding events around the Valley, but for its new fun run in Mesa, it’s bringing four-legged friends into the fold.
The Peoria Panthers’ boys basketball team has gotten off to a fast start during the 2022-23 season, jumping out to a 12-2 start in their first 14 games.