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Lara and Scott Vineyard, of Mobility Plus, are now one of a select group of professionals nationwide to earn the Senior Home Safety Specialist designation, identifying them as having obtained the … more
The grounds of The Wigwam in Litchfield Park will be more colorful than usual this weekend, when more than 100 fine artists and craftsmen from across the Southwest showcase their works during the 11th annual Wigwam Festival of Fine Art. more
Arizona’s mountainous terrain is as beautiful to look at as it is to drive through, but keeping dirt from those slopes off roadways can pose a technical challenge. more
In an effort to keep the number of non-violent crimes in Litchfield Park in check, the city will install 32 automated license plate reader cameras at neighborhood entrances and exits within the next 60 days. more
Doctors from Abrazo hospitals are reminding everyone to use caution when planning those Big Game watch parties this weekend — don’t let it become a super spreader event. more
On Wednesday, the mayor and his handpicked team of community leaders met for the last time to conclude on a strategic plan to change the way Tempe Police Department conducts its … more
One of the great things about Arizona is snow is just an hour or two away by vehicle. But it’s important to resist the urge to just jump in the car and go instead of leaving prepared. more
Dog owners in Peoria best take heed because the city’s leash law just got some teeth. more
Goodyear Councilwomen Sheri Lauritano and Wally Campbell will represent the city on multiple National League of Cities member councils in 2021, playing key roles among a diverse group of leaders in shaping policy positions and advocating on behalf of America’s cities and towns before Congress, with the administration and at home. more
Litchfield Park’s City Council has a packed night Wednesday, Jan. 20, with a regular meeting that will see reelected incumbents Ron Clair, Ann Donahue and John Romack taking their oaths of office and selection of a vice mayor among seven action items and numerous presentations, project updates and monthly reports. more
For residents living near Grand Avenue in Peoria, the noise of revving engines and racing cars has become more common lately, leaving the streets at risk for pedestrians and lawful drivers, citizens … more
The Paradise Valley Public Safety Foundation has shouldered many weighty expenses since it began from caring for the police department’s facility dog “Pepper” to providing meals for emergency service workers. more
Goodyear Police Department’s Traffic Unit has received a $40,000 grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for DUI enforcement, overtime, public education events and “Know Your Limit” campaigns for the 2021 fiscal year. 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
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