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As the historic events and effects of the global novel coronavirus outbreak continue to send shock waves through all levels of modern life --- two business management experts offer insights to what … more
Litchfield Elementary School District student transporter Andrea Hauck missed the 105 students she regularly transported on her No. 5 bus route before COVID-19 closed Arizona’s schools for the … more
A commercial real estate brokers forecast provides illustration to what many Arizona business leaders are realizing: a deep recession appears imminent.The forecast was created by The Center for Real … more
Buckeye residents interested in filling the City Council District 6 vacancy left by former Councilman Eric Orsborn’s resignation may submit applications by 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 21. The … more
Filling the District 6 council seat vacated when former Councilman Eric Orsborn resigned April 2 to run for mayor will be among the discussion topics when the Buckeye City Council meets in regular … more
Before the world was turned upside down, Arizona was, and still is, in the midst of a longterm fight against opioids --- highly addictive substances that have wrecked havoc on thousands of … more
If mass runs on toilet paper, wipes and hand sanitizer represent a low point of the COVID-19 pandemic, making homemade masks rates among the high points. Volunteers across the country are sewing … more
The weather is warming up, waking rattlesnakes and other desert critters. Physical distancing guidelines are still in effect for humans, but these animals and especially rattlesnakes are not … more
PHOENIX — So it turns out that some areas of the state, like the near south side of Tucson, may not be quite the COVID-19 hotspots that newly released data would show. The numbers released … more
Buckeye’s Library System is boosting its free Wi-Fi coverage at both locations: Downtown, 310 N. 6th St., and the Coyote Branch, 21699 W. Yuma Road. Access the boosted Wi-Fi from the parking … more
While they've utilized their skills to treat patients in the Phoenix area who contracted the novel coronavirus, four respiratory therapists deployed this weekend to help their fellow Banner Health … more
Navigating the COVID-19 rollercoaster of a severe economic downturn, stay-at-home orders, product shortages, face masks and fear as novel coronavirus infections and deaths rise across the country … more
Five names will be on the ballot when Buckeye voters head to the polls Aug. 4 to choose a new mayor and fill three City Council seats, but only one race is contested. District 1 incumbent Tony … more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey today announced the state has secured a new agreement with Honeywell to produce more than six million N95 masks for the state of Arizona over the next 12 months. Upon … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services has reported nearly 1,800 cases of COVID-19 in the state, with 41 deaths. New numbers released Friday show 1,769 cases in Arizona, up from 1,598 the day … more
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul --- which has a mission to feed, clothe, house and heal individuals and families in need --- has had to respond with extraordinary agility to the COVID-19 outbreak … more
Arizona nonprofit leaders are sounding a collective alarm as the Arizona charitable tax credit deadline provided to aid qualified nonprofit organizations did not move with recent federal tax deadline … more
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, local businesses and groups are building essential kits to help seniors and others in need of supplies. Radiant Community Services, 15522 W. Paradise Lane, Surprise, … more
Routine dental and eye care has been on hold in Arizona since mid-March, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced those offices to suspend everything but emergency treatment to help curb the spread of the … more
A colorful Litchfield Elementary School District van rolled into Avondale’s Rio Crossing neighborhood Wednesday morning, March 25 on what would normally be a school day, pulling up to the curb … more
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