Veterans Day in Buckeye
Article Submitted by: Jennifer Rogers Photo from: Buckeyeaz.gov Buckeye Councilmember Brian McAchran was named…
Nearly Double the Required Number Article and Photo Submitted by: Sharman Hickman County Supervisor Clint Hickman…
Article by: Deena Alvarez Photo Submitted by: Sergeant Jason Weeks, BPD PIO On Thursday, May…
Article and Photo By: Jasmine Safaie Bruce Heiden, born and raised in Buckeye, is being inducted…
Article by: Jeannine Chabala Photo by: Michael Alvarez In the heart of historic downtown Buckeye…
- AZ Supt. of Public Instruction: Diane Douglas wins GOP nominationDiane Douglas defeated GOP challenger John Huppenthal for the right to square off against the winner of the Democratic race, in November's General Election.
- Alert Tempe patrol sergeant catches suspected bike thiefSgt. Raj Johnson was patrolling an area near 12th Street and Priest Drive at around 1:40 a.m. when he saw a man later identified as Melvin Crocker looking into the backyard of a home.
- Widow of sewer line victim speaks outCara Camp says the deadly chain of events started when an 18-year-old male employee went into the sewer vault, 3-feet wide by 15-feet deep. He started feeling ill, so Jarrod Camp went in after him.
- Phoenix PD: Repeat airplane stowaway arrested againMarilyn Hartman made national headlines this month when she somehow got on a plane in San Jose and made it to Los Angeles without a ticket.
- Gunman robs Mesa Subway store, flees on footWhen the robber entered the building, he ordered the employees to surrender the money in the cash registers and move to the front of the store.
- Gunman ties up manager in Mesa car wash holdupThe manager of Super Star Car Wash at 1919 S. Greenfield was preparing the business for opening around 7:15 .a.m. on Monday when the robber approached.
- 2 AZ women busted in Glendale prostitution stingUndercover detectives purchased massages and were solicited for sex acts by employees at Zen Spa in exchange for money several times between May 20 to Aug. 13, police said.
Spectacular Fireworks, Water Games and Family Fun Mark Buckeye’s Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration Friday, July 4
Article Submitted by: Jennifer Rogers, PIO, City of Buckeye Photo by: Deena Alvarez, The Buckeye Star Buckeye’s old fashioned Fourth of July celebration, featuring water-soaked family fun and a spectacular fireworks display, will be held from 6 to 9:30 p.m., Friday, July 4, at Youngker High School, 3000 S. Apache Rd. Come join the More
Article Submitted by: Jennifer Rogers, PIO, City of Buckeye In accordance with Arizona state laws, the City of Buckeye is notifying residents of its intention to increase its primary property taxes next fiscal year by 1.15 percent over this year’s level. In a legal notice the city proposes an increase of $2.05 in primary property More
Article Submitted By: Jennifer Rogers, PIO City of Buckeye The success of a cleanup in December 2013 has prompted the City of Buckeye to host a second event, scheduled for Saturday, March 8th from 7am to 12pm near the entrance to Skyline Park, an 8,675 acre mountain preserve set to open in 2015. The City More
Saturday, November 2, 2013 COMMUNITY YARD SALE STORE MORE! BUCKEYE – Store More will be holding their Semi-Annual community Yard Sale. Saturday November 2, 2013 from 8:30am-2pm. FREE to attend. There will be food, raffles and lots of shopping!! Great deals and SAVINGS! Buckeye Bookmobile is ON THE GO…visiting Sundance today from 9 More
Article by: Eldon Meade, Quartermaster of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Buckeye Post 12098 Photos by: Deena Alvarez World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” – officially ended with the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles, France. However, fighting ceased seven months More