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Local residents react to news about Surprise and Glendale, among other cities, changing their recycling programs in response to worldwide recyclables market changes. Read more: Halting … more
By Kelly Carbello Special to Independent Newsmedia I think we all grieve as we would after any significant loss, with slight variation. The five stages of grief are: shock, denial, blame, … more
Mark Carlisle Greetings from your friendly neighborhood newspaper team. We’re thrilled to be serving the Glendale community by establishing a conscientious approach to hyperlocal … more
I support common sense gun safety regulations because gun violence in America is a true epidemic. There have already been 248 mass shootings in 2019 as of Aug. 7 and it’s only the 216th day of … more
The city of Glendale unveiled a new website alongside a new city logo in June. Visit GlendaleAZ.com. Love it Love the site! Great job! — Lisa Anna Fahey Love the new logo! — Janet … more
Sad That’s very sad. One the perks of shopping downtown is there is public restroom. Maybe a security guard can sweep the area. — Kayla DeMarzio   It’s a shame that the law … more
I was disheartened to read Mr. Gray’s letter concerning his Medicare Part D medication costs. Part D plan sponsors are typically private companies monitored by Medicare. Unfortunately, these … more
As a retiree who takes regular medication for epilepsy and thrombophilia (blood clots), I am beyond frustrated with the cost of prescription drugs under Medicare Part D. The advanced medications I … more
Who will I sit with at lunch? Will I make friends? Will I fit in? The start of a new school year can be scary for some kids, particularly for students who may have just moved, are first-timers in … more
Social Security turns 84 this year. With more than eight decades of service, we’ve provided benefits to one of the most diverse populations in history. Regardless of background, we cover retirees, … more
Building on a year’s worth of momentum, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors just took an important step to restore our statutory responsibilities related to elections. These … more
Where to take friend during layover? An area resident seeks advice on where to take her friend, who is coming through Phoenix on a six-hour layover. Looking for scenic restaurant suggestions. I … more
Seeks advice on installing solar panels An area homeowner asks for input on his plan to install solar panels on his home. Who has solar panels? I need some advice … is it worth it or not? — … more
The city of Glendale shared a live video of a public meeting held to garner resident input on what to do with the municipal Glen Lakes Golf Course, which the city shut down in the spring. Residents … more
The city of Glendale shared a video of Glendale Water Services team members constructing a fire hydrant in 11 seconds, a world record, during the Arizona Water Association’s Hydrant Hysteria … more
On May 17 I received a voicemail message at 11:28 a.m. on my cell phone from 469-796-2679 indicating that it was the Social Security Administration and my Social Security number had been suspended, a … more
By Mark Carlisle Independent Newsmedia Mark Carlisle Your donations to help our vulnerable neighbors in the Valley go twice as far this summer. Donations to the Phoenix Rescue Mission … more
Recently, the Daily News-Sun featured an excellent guest commentary by Amy Burnett on our urban bobcats. Although part of our desert landscape, Amy cautioned that if “you are not making it … more
The Coyotes traded up from pick 14 to pick 11 in Friday's draft to select Swedish defenseman Victor Soderstrom. Punny What a Swede pick. — Corey   Welcome Welcome to the … more
Palmer to be honored Carson Palmer will become the 18th member of our Ring of Honor during a halftime ceremony on September 29 at State Farm Stadium. — @AZCardinals   Low bar What … more
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