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And just like that, a Peoria family with no knowledge of organ donation or transplant are forever changed by the selfless act of three complete strangers giving the gift of life. Not one or two, but all three children have new life beating inside of them by way of heart transplants. more
Leading up the the general election, Nov. 3, registered Republicans have the advantage in the breakdown of registered voters in Peoria, but the southern part of the city leans more Libertarian and Independent. more
The Peoria City Council approved an agreement with Arizona State University for year two of the Project Cities partnership. more
The Peoria City Council approved an agreement  with the Maricopa County Department of Public Health  to provide free influenza shots to Peoria residents. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 975 new coronavirus cases and six new deaths Thursday, for a total of 235,882 cases and 5,865 deaths. more
The local migration pattern of the Arizona snowbird is changing in the time of the novel coronavirus — and local tourism and economic development officials are taking notice. Billions of … more
The city of Peoria has ballot Drop Box and drive through locations for early voting residents. The Peoria City Clerk’s Office, 8401 W. Monroe St., has a ballot drop box that is available to … more
A new luxury multifamily development is in the works across the street from Park West that is intended to complement the shopping center with similar design and architecture. The Peoria Planning … more
Independent Newsmedia is happy to announce the photographers chosen to have their work featured in the 2021 Scenic Wall Calendar. more
The Peoria City Council will consider an agreement with Maricopa County to receive and administer flu vaccines to the public and residents of the city, at their public meeting Oct. 20. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 460 new coronavirus cases and 11 new deaths Thursday. more
At least two cases of the coronavirus have been found on the Liberty High School campus. Families of students received letters Oct. 13 stating a person on campus tested positive but was … more
A divided Peoria Unified School District governing board narrowly accepted an out-of-court settlement with Constellation Solar Arizona in which the district claimed the company did not deliver on energy savings it promised. more
The city of Peoria accepted five grants totalling $189,696 from the Governor's Office of Highway Safety for various enforcement and education efforts. more
Expect lane restrictions on Lake Pleasant Parkway in the coming days. more
Peoria resdients will have a lot to consider in this year's general election, Nov. 3. more
The Peoria Police Department accepted three grants from the Arizona State Department of Homeland Security in the amount of $100,311 to help  in further integrating the city as part of the … more
On the homestretch to one of the biggest presidential elections in the modern era, Republican and Democratic presidential candidates landed in the Valley of the Sun to campaign for their respective sides as Arizona settles in as a battleground state for the 2020 election. more
In less than 30 days residents of Maricopa County will elect a new sheriff from a field of two candidates — both career lawmen. The incumbent, Sheriff Paul Penzone, a Democrat, contends he … more
County public health data showed an increase above daily averages in the number of coronavirus cases reported on Wednesday as well as an increase in the number of deaths. Data from the Maricopa … more
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