Monday, September 15, 2014

First Arizona veterinary school opens in Glendale


First Arizona veterinary school opens in Glendale


GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The future of our furry friends just got a little bit brighter because the state’s very first veterinary school opened its doors in the Valley. One of the school’s new students, Leeann Coddington, knew she wanted to be a veterinarian ...


Glendale Community College wins again behind dominant defense


For a second straight week, the Glendale Community College football team’s defense pitched a shutout. While the Vaqueros didn’t post a zero on the scoreboard this time, they notched another dominant victory Saturday afternoon to the tune of a 30-8 ...


With more rain possible, Glendale flood victims make extra sandbags


GLENDALE, AZ - Flood victims in Glendale are preparing for the possibility of more rain next week. “Here we go again,” said Alice Mollon, whose home near 83rd Avenue and Camelback Road looks like it is being prepared for demolition. Instead, she, her ...


Glendale PD maintain positive public presence, perception


GLENDALE - In light of recent national events, public scrutiny and curiosity regarding law enforcement has been affecting residents and officers alike. Recognizing this, local police departments in communities across America are making an effort to raise ...


La Cañada High football continues impressive start with shutout of Glendale


LA CAÑADA —While the La Cañada High football team continues to be a work in progress under first-year coach Ramsey Lambert, the squad’s defense continues playing at a high level. The Spartans showed off their defensive prowess Friday evening in ...


Glendale Group Says it Submitted More Than 13K Signatures Against the Casino


A group calling itself "Glendale Citizens for Voice and Choice" reportedly turned in more than 13,000 signatures on a "petition protesting the way the Glendale City Council approved the gaming Casino at 91st Avenue and Northern without notice to the citizenry.


Glendale Announces Weekend Cooling Centers For Seniors Looking To Combat Heat Wave


GLENDALE (CBSLA.com) — With a heat wave on the horizon, Glendale on Thursday announced a series of cooling centers that would open through the weekend. The Community Services and Parks Department will open three community centers to serve as cooling ...



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