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The city of Peoria is modifying some of its activities, events, and facility operating hours due to the pandemic based on data used to measure the community spread of COVID-19 cases in Maricopa County. more
In a recent survey conducted by State Farm, 9 of 10 teens admitted to using their phone while driving, even though many find it distracting and more likely to cause a crash. more
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety’s latest research finds drivers who have been in at least one crash in the past two years are significantly more likely to engage in risky behaviors like … more
The city renewed its agreement with the company leasing a cell tower structure at Peoria Sports Complex, upping its annual rental rate. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 5,442 new coronavirus cases and 82 new deaths, for a total of 346,421 cases and 6,821 deaths, as of Thursday. more
In the wake of increased COVID-19 cases and certain benchmarks reaching high levels, Peoria Unified School District officials are preparing to return to virtual learning throughout the district if needed. more
The city recently approved funds to improve a portion of Lake Pleasant Parkway. more
More voters participated in the 2020 November general election than ever before in Maricopa County and in the city of Peoria, where participation was slightly higher. more
The hours of operation at  the Peoria Community Center, 8335 W. Jefferson St., have changed. more
Peoria City Council members have an allotment of discretionary funds they are allowed to spend each year and each individual on the 7-member board spends them on a variety of things ranging from networking events to neighborhood improvements, according to a Peoria Independent public records request. more
There will be tax return assistance in the Sun City area in 2021, but there will be some changes. more
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