At 7:30 p.m. Sunday night Alexandra Navrotsky, 77 of Tempe, got an email asking if she’d like to be among the first Arizona residents 75 and older to receive the COVID-19 vaccination at its massive new distribution site.
The Glendale City Council at its voting meeting on Jan. 12 will approve appointments to city boards, commissions and other bodies. That will include the Planning Commission, which saw a couple outgoing members at their final meeting speak with “regret” about dealings with the city at times.
Glendale resident Barbara Covey is one of more than 60,000 grandparents in Arizona who are responsible for raising their grandchildren. Across the U.S., this number is estimated to be more than 2.6 million.
Travis Azevedo, a Glendale Firefighter and Local 493 Member for 4 and 1/2 years, managed Glendale Firefighters’ toy drive during Christmas, which benefited more than 400 children and 200 local families.
Much like the decision of the Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board to cancel the winter sports season Jan. 8 by one vote, the 5-4 decision at Tuesday's board meeting to reinstate the winter sports season.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association executive board voted to cancel the winter sports season, due to the surge in COVID-19 cases since the holidays and the recommendations of the AIA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee.
To support efforts to mitigate COVID-19 hospitalizations and improve the opportunity for a winter sports season to occur, the Arizona Interscholastic Association executive board decided to adjust the season start date to Jan. 18.
On Jan. 7 the nation watched in horror the breach and sacking of the United States Capitol building by unlawful acts of breaking and entering. The violence witnessed illustrated the vast ideological divide in our country and the enormous need for leadership from the top to heal our nation.
As we pack away our holiday decorations and say goodbye to an unprecedented year, small business owners throughout the world are working harder than ever before to keep their doors open and keep the spirit of entrepreneurship alive.
West Valley artists will be part of Arizona’s largest and longest-running artist studio tour when Hidden in the Hills returns for a 24th consecutive year during the last two weekends of November: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 20, 21 and 22 and Nov. 27, 28 and 29.