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The number of overall number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Glendale is up more than 8 percent in the past two and a half weeks. more
A difference in philosophy between a citizen board and the Glendale city council looms over a process that figures to culminate at the Tuesday, Oct. 27 council meeting. more
Glendale Glitters will illuminate the sky next month to cap off a year of uncertain stops and starts with the stability and holiday heritage that only a downtown 1.7-million light display can provide. more
Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3, will allow voters to have their say on four bond questions that the Glendale city council has referred to the ballot. more
Two people are dead after a three-vehicle accident in Glendale. more
A murder suspect is behind bars after Glendale police officers made an arrest in relation to a Sept. 28 shooting. more
Brian Draper has been a domestic violence detective with the Glendale Police Department for five years now. He’s seen a lot for sure, but one case still shocks him to this day. more
The Glen Lakes Golf Course in Glendale, at one time, was a desired destination for West Valley golfers. It officially will be removed in favor of new housing, as the land now is a desired destination for developers. more
A massive network of walking, hiking and biking trails eventually will connect Las Vegas, Nevada, with Douglas, Arizona, with portions in Glendale and Peoria along the way. more
The Glendale city council votes Tuesday to either keep the 54-year-old Glen Lakes Golf Course or to sell the land to developers for a 173-home development. more
In less than 30 days residents of Maricopa County will elect a new sheriff from a field of two candidates — both career lawmen. The incumbent, Sheriff Paul Penzone, a Democrat, contends he … more
Over the past three weeks, the overall number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Glendale is down, according to statistics the Arizona Department of Health Services posted online on Monday, Oct. 5 -- though the real pattern is more complicated than that. more
A purple state refers to a region where the Democratic and Republican parties receive an analogous range of support. more
The city of Glendale is exploring options relating to potentially changing the name of Robert E. Lee Street. more
Monsoon season officially ended Wednesday, Sept. 30, although statistically speaking it never really started. more
Customers showing up to work out at LA Fitness, at 18295 N. 83rd Ave., Glendale, on Tuesday were met with abrupt news. more
After further review, the Surprise City Council has agreed to pay for maintenance and operation of a traffic signal at Reems Road and Peoria Avenue. more
Camelback Ranch-Glendale will be silent this fall. The Arizona Fall League on Tuesday tweeted the news that had already made its way around baseball circles that there would not be a 2020 season. more
The city of Glendale just got 260 acres larger, and industrial projects are on the way. more
Young chefs who pride themselves on rocking it in the kitchen have a chance to test their culinary mettle in the Aioli Gourmet Burgers and Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers Burger & Shake Creation Contest. more
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