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The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Litchfield Park 85340 was 3,586 as of Friday, Feb. 26, a 1.67% increase over last Friday and 0.17% increase over … more
Residents east of Luke Air Force Base are on edge after learning drinking water in their community may be contaminated following tests that detected high levels of toxic chemicals from a fire extinguishing foam used for decades on the military installation. more
For much of her young life, Audrey Murphy dreamed of having her hair and makeup styled by professionals, putting on beautiful outfits and striking pose after pose as a fashion photographer captured her in action, just like models in Vogue magazine. more
The number of new COVID-19 cases reported in Litchfield Park dropped substantially this week, according to data from the Arizona Department of Health Services. more
The long-awaited transformation of the historic Paul W. and Florence Brinton Litchfield estate and the expansion of Sun Health’s La Loma Campus are officially underway. 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
With most of the land in its 3.1-square-mile jurisdiction already spoken for, large-scale residential development in the city of Litchfield Park is limited, but it does exist. more
This is the year Litchfield Park expects to break ground on its much-anticipated City Center project. 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
What a difference a year and a pandemic make. more
The number of new cases of COVID-19 reported in Litchfield Park jump back up this week, according to data from the Arizona Department of Health Services. more
With a resume of work and volunteer service longer than he was tall, David Schwake touched the lives of thousands of Southwest Valley residents during the 40-plus years he lived and worked here. more
The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce announced Friday, Feb. 5, that President and CEO John Safin plans to leave the position as soon as a replacement has been found. more
In their continuing efforts to prevent suicide and non-natural causes of death among former service members, America’s Warrior Partnership and the Southwest Valley-based Reveille Foundation will host a joint Facebook Live event Wednesday, Feb. 17, to discuss how people can get involved in Operation Deep Dive, a community-based suicide prevention study. more
Litchfield Park will ring in March with its annual spring Art & Wine Festival, then usher it out with Boy Scout Troop 99’s annual Fun Run. more
Six businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic will receive $10,000 grants from the city of Litchfield Park this month, bringing the total amount awarded under its Business Assistance Program to $160,000. more
The Litchfield Park Historical Society and Church at Litchfield Park will present “The Spanish Flu of 1918: A Pandemic’s Local Legacy,” a free hybrid Zoom/in-person lecture, at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2. more
Litchfield Park residents and workers were busy cleaning up Tuesday, Jan. 26, in the wake of a microburst that hit the city when heavy storms rolled through the West Valley on Monday afternoon. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Litchfield Park 85340 was 3,059 as of Friday, Jan. 22, a 7.52% increase over last Friday and 2.9% increase over Thursday. more
The city of Litchfield Park announced that CenturyLink will discontinue its Prism Internet Protocol Television service to city residents on March 31. more
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