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Another flyover is coming to the Valley, this time to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, according to a release. The Commemorative Air Force will conduct a historic … more
According to the Arizona Housing Coalition, more than 300,000 Arizonans will lose their jobs in the coming months as a result of businesses responding to the For 30 years, St. Joseph the Worker … more
Goodyear high school students interested in learning how local government works and how their city operates may apply to join the Goodyear Youth Commission. “I’m extremely proud of … more
Foundation for Senior Living has available funds for Maricopa County residents needing assistance with utility and medical bills. more
The CORE Institute has announced the launch of its rapid COVID-19 antibody testing program. The test does not detect the virus itself, but rather antibodies in the blood that show the presence of an … more
A group of Litchfield Park neighbors have taken “together apart” to heart, banding together to sew and distribute washable, reusable face masks to local healthcare facilities and to the … more
COVID-19 hasn’t stopped scammers from trying to take advantage of taxpayers, the Arizona Department of Revenue reported May 4. ADOR’s Criminal Investigation Unit reported in a news … more
Arizona added no new deaths over night as the state nears 9,000 cases of COVID-19. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, there are 8,919 cases and 362 deaths of the novel … more
In preparation for another hot Arizona summer, the Goodyear Fire Department is taking a proactive approach to avoid the tragedy of children being left in hot cars. The department is handing out … more
With more COVID-19 testing options available, residents need to be aware of how testing options vary and what information they do and do not provide. The two main types of tests currently … more
The Rotary Club of Goodyear PebbleCreek has announced the five winners of its Outstanding Youth Scholarship program. They are Michelle Oblea-Dirzo, Agua Fria High School, who will major in pre-law … more
      For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. For some, especially older adults and … more
Maricopa County is taking additional action to support those experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic, moving people off the streets and into newly-leased indoor locations; setting up … more
The day after Gov. Doug Ducey extended his stay-at-home order, Arizona saw over 400 new cases of COVID-19 reported, the most in a day in quite some time. According to the Arizona Department of … more
PHOENIX — Arizonans are going to have to live under stay-at-home orders at least for the next few weeks. But when they do go out shopping — something already permitted — they … more
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, people across Arizona are facing challenges that extend beyond medical care and include basic daily needs such as food, internet connectivity, and essential … more
Maricopa County Department of Public Health is preparing to increase its capacity to contact people who have been exposed to COVID-19. In order to best monitor COVID-19 cases and community risk, … more
The annual Sun City Senior Expo, tentatively on hold due to closures at Sundial Recreation Centers, will be hosting a Virtual Advice Event for seniors, Thursday, April 30 on YourValley.net This … more
With Gov. Doug Ducey issuing a state stay-at-home order at the end of March to combat the coronavirus, many Valley seniors are moving their regular exercise classes to their living room, … more
COVID-19 concerns may initially have extinguished Special Olympics Arizona’s 2020 Law Enforcement Torch Run Flame of Hope, but the torch has been relit in the West Valley, thanks to the … more
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