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Arizona Department of Health Services reported 2,742 new coronavirus cases and 108 new deaths Saturday, for a total of 1,064,346 cases and 19,487 deaths. more
Peoria has taken another step in securing more water for the future of the city. more
The Peoria Unified School District governing board narrowly approved a $1,500 retention and recruiting stipend to all returning staff from fiscal year 2021 and new staff hired on or after July 1. more
A water well that serves Peoria residents with drinking water has been labeled as “high risk” by Arizona Department of Environmental Quality since 2005, according to numerous water reports released by the city over the years. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 2,988 new coronavirus cases and 6 new deaths Friday, for a total of 1,042,480 cases and 19,147 deaths. more
Peoria police seek the public’s help in locating Carlos Bocanegra, 39. more
Now that new census data is coming in, the city of Peoria is working on a number of projects that will affect it moving forward, most immediately the redistricting of its council districts. more
Presiding Municipal Judge George Anagnost received a raise. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 3,802 new coronavirus cases and 80 new deaths Friday, for a total of 1,023,935 cases and 18,959 deaths. more
A north Peoira resident has been pronounced dead in the Northlands community near the 27500 block of north Lake Pleasant Pkwy, police said. more
The Peoria Police Department accepted a grant from the Arizona State Department of Homeland Security in the amount of $51,468. more
Violent crimes went up slightly in Peoria from 2018 to 2019, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program, which produces an annual report compiling data … more
Peoria police seek the public’s help in locating, Renaldo Nelson, 42. more
A Peoria couple is riding a wave of support in preserving their son’s legacy to improve mental health within the U.S. Armed Forces. more
Behave yourself: That’s what Peoria officials are telling citizens to do when using the city’s transit system. more
As water cuts draw nearer and a two-decade drought slogs on, Peoria is continuing its ongoing push to secure more water sources for future use. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 3,307 new coronavirus cases and three new deaths Sunday, for a total of 986,082 cases and 18,300 deaths. more
Spring training in Peoria is planned to return in 2022 with a full schedule. more
Some northwest Valley communities that operate facilities are recommending face coverings but stopping short of requiring them indoors in the wake of growing coronavirus cases in the … more
Honoring America’s Veterans, the nonprofit organization behind the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, has opened entries to its annual High School Essay Competition. more
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