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Phoenix to get new Salad and Go location

Salad and Go announced the opening of a new store coming to the Arizona market of Phoenix. The new Phoenix location will join 12 other stores in its respective market to satisfy the growing …
TRAVEL

I-17 rest area north of Anthem to close this week

The Sunset Point rest area along Interstate 17 will close to the public on Wednesday, Sept. 28. While crews have been working behind the scenes at the Sunset Point Rest Area along Interstate 17 at …
ELECTION 2022

Q&A: Deer Valley Unified school board candidates

The Glendale Independent has caught up with the four candidates running for two open seats on the Deer Valley Unified School District’s Governing Board.

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Anthem News & Opinion

Experts: Caregivers industry needs better compensation

Caring for older adults is getting harder. Caregivers are not easy to recruit with low wages and complications with travel, according to Cody Byers of Home Assist Health, a home care service …

Gas exports hurting reasonable prices

Wallets of Valley residents could start showing some wear with constant high gas prices. In late August, Valley motorists saw a lull in demand shortly after the Labor Day holiday. But drivers …

ASU expert weighs in on Sarver suspension

Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury owner Robert Sarver has seen companies such as PayPal threaten to end their business relationship with the organization if the owner remains connected to the team. …
SCHOOLS

Student makes apparent ‘threat’ against Peoria school, staff members

Peoria police are investigating a threat allegedly made by a student on social media against Terramar Academy of the Arts and three of its staff members.
Arts & Culture

Phoenix survey shows residents want more art

Phoenix residents want more art. Earlier this year, about 100 Phoenix residents were surveyed where a majority of respondents said they were interested in more art workshops, collaborations, …

NBA analyst, fans react to Sarver suspension

A jolt of news shook the two Phoenix professional basketball organizations Tuesday as the NBA announced Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver would be suspended for one year and fined $10 million …

Phoenix resident to return to Peace Corps

Phoenix resident Cynthia Nutley is among the first Peace Corps volunteers to return to overseas service since the agency’s unprecedented global evacuation in March 2020. The Peace Corps …
Opinion

An open letter to Sen. Sinema: I have concerns about this Manchin-Schumer spending bill you agreed to sign...

We are not Hungary. It was chilling to read about the standing ovations in response to Victor Orbán’s speech at CPAC-Dallas last week...
I am really confused now that Kari Lake has declared herself the winner of the Republican governor’s race...
Neighbors
Ability360 staff helped residents register to vote or update their voter registration during Disability Voting Rights Week this month.

Free remote, independent living skills classes starting in October

Monthly classes for individuals with disabilities to learn and practice independent living skills are scheduled from 10 am. to noon on the third Tuesday of each month.

AASK is here to help families caring for family

Many times, when a child is removed from their home and placed in the foster care system, the best place for them to stay is with another family member such as a grandparent, Aunt, Uncle, or older sibling. That way, these children can maintain existing relationships while they begin the healing process.
Education
EDUCATION

Phoenix program links business, community leaders to schools

Business and community leaders will be on their way back to school for the Partner with a Principal program. During the weeks of Sept. 19 through Oct. 14, local corporate executives and community …
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