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The city of Goodyear has released reports of two police officials who were put on leave due to allegations of impropriety. more
Phoenix-area residents are banding together to gather signatures in an effort to place a citizen-driven initiative on the November 2020 ballot seeking relief of property taxes levied against … more
The seventh annual Hike for Hope benefiting Billy’s Place will take place 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 15. It will start and finish in WestWing at Copper Hills Church near Sunrise Mountain, 27035 … more
As city officials look forward to a new year, their main focus will be on the downtown City Center development. After decades of planning, City Center will finally start to take shape in 2020, with … more
The coming year in Goodyear will be marked by the development of four major city projects, plenty more businesses coming to town and continued population growth. “We had a booming year, and … more
Those looking to view some of the most historic homes in Litchfield Park can sign up for The Litchfield Park Historical Society and Museum’s Second-Annual Home Tour 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday, … more
The Salvation Army reports that three of its signature Red Kettles in the Valley received an anonymous donation of a one-ounce American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin over the a 10-day stretch in … more
Speed humps and signage will soon be added along Bird Lane to slow traffic. The effects will be studied and could lead to more speed humps being added throughout the city if effective or a … more
The city’s annual Oktoberfest fall event had a record attendance of 1,500 people last fall. Pre-sale tickets for the Saturday, Oct. 5 event on the Wigwam’s lawn sold out before the … more
Continued specialized air fighter training is an important foundation for the future security of the United States.  Such training is expected to expand, and much of it happens in the West Valley’s backyard. more
The 21st century has brought about innovation in technology, from the advancement of the internet, cell phones to smart phones, tablets, social media and more. more
Matthew Williams, former town manager of Huachuca City, was named as Litchfield Park’s new assistant city manager. He began Monday, Dec. 30. City manager Bill Stephens selected Mr. Williams, … more
The Southwest Valley rallied to remember a Goodyear eighth-grader killed in a collision in November. Peyton Munger, 13, was struck and killed by a school bus near Indian School Road and 144th … more
After six months of rehabilitation, three great horned owls are going home. The city of Goodyear helped release the owls this week, half a year after they were rescued as babies and cared for by … more
A man is expected to recover following a shooting in Litchfield Park. Around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a shooting in the area of Dysart and … more
Sheriff’s deputies seek the public’s help in locating a vehicle involved in a collision Litchfield Park. Around 12:05 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 21, a blue 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe struck the … more
Several West Valley artists will kick off the 6th year of the Artists in Residence program at the Wigwam resort beginning Friday, Jan. 17th. Artists will rotate weekends through Saturday, April 18th, … more
The Salvation Army reports that three of its signature Red Kettles in the Valley, including one in Goodyear, received an anonymous donation of a one-ounce American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin over the … more
Local officials are out to spread the word: make sure you count in 2020. The country’s decennial census will take place next year and every man, woman and child counts — toward how … more
Expect to see a greener, shadier Goodyear in the coming years. The city is planning to find ways to add trees to pedestrian and bike paths as well as areas where people gather to make it more … more
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