As the cooler weather sets in and the holiday season approaches, wood burning in fireplaces, outdoor fire pits, and even fireworks have a big impact on air quality.
Clare didn’t have much to celebrate during Christmas 2015. Homeless, a month away from giving birth, she was clandestinely living in a friend’s office building with her two other children.
Peoria park and ride users want to know their vehicles are safe when they lock them and leave them to catch their bus.
Born and raised in New York, Ginny Dickey and her family chose Fountain Hills in 1983 as their hometown. A bit ironic, because at that time it wasn’t yet a town.
Livable community conference in Phoenix informs national aging efforts.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Drivers trying to cross under Interstate 17 during heavy rains may be all too familiar with the flooding that can occur on major roadways such as Greenway, Thunderbird, Cactus and Peoria. The good news is that help is on the way.
Governor Doug Ducey praises partnerships that will bring more than $300 million of investments to Interstate 17.
When most of us think of deadly crashes, we likely picture major car crashes that take place on freeways. But a larger percentage of fatal crashes actually occur on city streets, county highways, and reservation roads.
Public poll asks drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians to improve safety planning.
Quotes from Paradise Valley Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner, Surprise Mayor Skip Hall, and Peoria Mayor Cathy Carlat.
A decade of lost revenue. Deferred construction, modernization and maintenance projects still waiting to be implemented. Those are the realities that face the MAG Transportation Policy Committee as we work to develop a new Regional Transportation Plan.
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Stories include: Finding Pollution Solutions, Mayor Dickey Profile, Valley Turning Purple, Never Too Old Conference, I-17 Project, Peoria Park and Ride, Home (Not Homeless) for the Holidays, and Safety Efforts Save Lives.