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Hope Community Services, 13760 N. 93rd Ave., Suite 101, in Peoria, received more than $28,000 in a donation from guests at Gila River Hotels & Casinos. more
The Association for Career and Technical Education named Susan Leon, an instructional specialist at Western Maricopa Education Center as its new and related services division vice … more
A new children’s book from a Peoria author is available now. more
Benevilla leadership recently thanked its board of directors who have successfully met head-on the challenges of 2020 and the COVID19 pandemic. more
The Hope for Hunger Food Bank, located at 5605 N. 55th Ave., which serves Glendale residents and parts of Peoria, provides a lot more than just food distribution. more
Peoria's Trails Division is seeking public input regarding naming for 9 trail segments at Sunrise Mountain Preserve. Residents may vote for trail names in this online survey, which is open through … more
Heart disease still ranks as the No. 1 killer in the United States, and Abrazo Health is marking Heart Month in February with weekly email tips to inspire and empower individuals to commit to a healthy heart in 2021. more
The Peoria Aquatics Department is looking for lifeguards for the upcoming swim season. more
Don't forget, the new season of Sustainable University classes begins on Jan. 16 with Spine-tacular Cactus at 9 a.m. online. more
City of Peoria residents who receive residential solid waste services are eligible for hazardous waste pickup. more
Peoria is doing its part to join the effort across North America to count and document the environmental bird population -- and to hopefully understand better why numbers are dropping. more
Peoria mascot Prickly Pete has launched an Instagram page. Standing at almost six feet tall, Prickly Pete is a blue cactus that loves to take selfies and pictures with Peoria … more
The City of Peoria is now accepting proposals for the use of Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, as well as Peoria General Fund Not-for-Profit funds. more
Every year, hundreds of brave people show up for the annual Peoria Polar Plunge, a tradition since 2008. more
The Peoria Fire-Medical Department encourages Peoria residents to be safe around fireworks this New Year’s Eve. Consumer fireworks for the New Year's holiday can be purchased until Jan. 3, … more
ASU professor and Peoria resident Craig Mertler has released his third novel, titled “Jetport TNT.” more
City of Peoria facilities will be closed or have different hours of operation for New Year’s Day. more
In the new year, APS will continue to offer support to customers in need during the pandemic. more
City of Peoria encourages residents to recycle Christmas trees. more
Ensign Lindsey Porter, from Peoria, takes a bearing aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG 54). more
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