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Arizona Department of Health Services reported 460 new coronavirus cases and 14 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 851,725 cases and 17,123 deaths. more
The Maricopa County Department of Public Health has declared Liberty High School as an outbreak, according a letter from the Peoria Unified School District. more
It was only $2,500, but the money was enough to get Blake Mastyk going on efforts to sanitize and make his business, The Bistro, pandemic safe during the lockdown last year. “It was a nice … more
The Town of Florence has given out almost $319,000 to small businesses who were affected by the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown last year. “I believe the program has been very successful … more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 1,302 new coronavirus cases and 7 new deaths Friday, for a total of 848,202 cases and 17,062 deaths. more
HOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey cannot use his emergency powers to preclude counties from enacting their own mask mandates, Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Tuesday. In an informal legal … more
The COVID-19 vaccine point of distribution (POD) site at Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear vaccinated more than 50,000 people during its three months in operation, marking a positive achievement for the community. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 381 new COVID-19 cases and 10 new deaths Thursday,  for a total of 842,192 cases and 16,977 deaths. more
Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order on March 25 certainly had and will continue to have an impact on our community. Whether you agree or disagree with the transition of “required” virus mitigation to “recommended,” it’s here. more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers are moving to make it harder for those harmed during a pandemic to sue those whose negligence caused illness, injury or death. more
Peoria Mayor Cathy Carlat responded to Gov. Doug Ducey’s March 25 executive order, rescinding previous pandemic-related orders made over the past year. more
As citizens across the country are receiving their $1,400 checks from the federal government as part of the American Rescue Plan Act, so too will states as well as local cities and towns. more
I’m writing this as the governors of Texas and Mississippi are announcing the lifting of their state-wide mask and other virus-related mandates. more
The mask policy was not something I took lightly. more
Some north Phoenix businesses have taken the brunt of the pandemic head-on and appear to be charging out the other side as Arizona’s governor has loosened occupancy limits statewide. more
New coronavirus guidance issued March 19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention allows schools to seat masked-up students 3 feet apart instead of 6 feet in classrooms, but that doesn’t mean local administrators are throwing caution to the wind, especially in middle and high schools. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 423 new coronavirus cases and 46 new deaths Friday, for a total of 835,030 cases and 16,691  deaths. more
Wreaths Across America Radio will hold the first in a series of four roundtable discussions focused on veteran healing through sharing stories of resilience, purpose and success at 7 p.m. Eastern time Thursday, March 25. more
Phoenix is starting to open back up, at least it's parks On Tuesday, the Phoenix City Council approved a plan to begin to reopen its recreational outdoor facilities such as some city pools and athletic fields. more
(NAPSI)—The COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to stop the spread of the virus have shifted how people think about a lot of things, including their homes. With shelter-in-place orders and shutdowns … more
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