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For a 29th year, Historic Downtown Glendale will be aglow for the holidays. more
The Glendale Police Department will be hosting a car seat checkup event this Saturday. more
The 2023 Scenic Arizona Calendar, published by the Daily Independent at YourValley.net, is now available. more
For the 34th straight year and 36th year overall, the city of Glendale has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA). more
Businesses in the area of 43rd and Olive avenues were evacuated Sunday night as the Glendale Fire Department’s hazardous materials team as well as Southwest Gas personnel worked to repair damaged gas pipes. more
The Glendale Police Department will host another round of Coffee with a Cop. more

A large gathering of family, friends and supporters of a teenager killed during an officer-involved shooting in Glendale more than three months ago descended on city hall Thursday seeking answers. more
Glendale is home to the second worst drivers in America. Or, at least to those who tweet most about it. more
When visitors fly into Glendale for the Super Bowl in four months, the party will start at the airport. more
The city of Glendale’s “Hook a Kid on Fishing” clinic is coming this weekend. more
Apartment complexes continue to ascend from the ground around Glendale. more
A forum for residents to learn more about Glendale’s $72 million Downtown Campus Reinvestment Project and ask questions is coming this month. more
A presentation on drought resilient landscapes is coming up as part of the Glendale Water Services Department’s Green Living Series. more

Thursday was your average day at Sun Valley Animal Shelter. more
PHOENIX — A long-disputed phase of a housing development on a county island in the Glendale and Waddell areas finally got the green light from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on … more
If you’re looking to help those on the east coast impacted by Hurricane Ian, there are ways to contribute here in Glendale. more
Some Glendale city staff could start moving into temporary sites as soon as January in anticipation of the Downtown Campus Reinvestment Project. more
The city of Glendale is seeking proposals from individuals or firms to purchase and develop eight city-owned parcels in a prime location near Historic Downtown. more
Good news, bad news when it comes to apartment rents in Glendale. more
Glendale has a new fire chief. more

While the city of Glendale considers conducting a major citywide assessment of all streets, one one-mile stretch figures to get the go-ahead for reconstruction as soon as possible. more
Improvements to a sanitary sewer in north Glendale are expected to be complete in a couple weeks. more
All Glendale city streets appear to be up for an evaluation. more
A request to rezone 134 acres in the city’s west side industrial area could bring the $322.8 million Northern Parkway Commerce Center and its 2 million-plus square feet of light industrial space that much closer to fruition. more
The building that housed the former Gaslight Inn Bed & Breakfast in Historic Downtown Glendale is getting a new life. more
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