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The Goodyear PebbleCreek Rotary Foundation announced that it has become an official affiliate of the Dolly Parton Imagination Library in an effort to promote literacy in the Southwest Valley. more
Southwest Ballet Theatre announced the selection of Tasha Stramecki as its new artistic director and head ballet instructor. more
Scenic hillsides and open desert dotted with Saguaros, creosote bush and other plants are a draw for many living in Goodyear communities like Estrella, but with the serenity of life outside the asphalt jungle comes responsibility. more
West Valley residents are invited to attend the 2021 Skilled Trades Expo, a free virtual event that will bring together business and industry professionals, students and the community to learn and share information about job training, education and employment opportunities targeted at the skilled trades. more
Goodyear and Litchfield Park McDonald’s restaurants raised more than $7,900 for local schools during their annual McTeacher’s Night Challenge in February. more
The in-person audience at the virtual ribbon-cutting for Goodyear’s newest fire station March 3 may have been small and socially distanced, but it was loud and proud. more
Goodyear staff will explore a request to annex 1,250 acres of mostly undeveloped farmland near Queen Creek Road and 187th Avenue that could lead to development of a 4,600-home master-planned community known as Estrella Highlands. more
Goodyear Fire Station 186, a 12,587-square-foot facility designed to ensure firefighters’ long-term health, is now in service. more
Goodyear experienced tremendous growth in 2020, with dozens of industrial and housing projects wrapping up or getting under way, and small businesses opening, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The new year is expected to bring more of the same, and the city itself has some major projects that will come to fruition or get under way in 2021. more
Goodyear residents with a hankering for BoSA Donuts could get their fix locally within six to eight months. more
High school sophomores in the Southwest Valley worried about going to college because of tight finances and other challenges are encouraged to apply for ACE, Estrella Mountain Community College’s Achieving a College Education program. more
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