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Four Arizonans – a Mesa wife and husband and two men from Peoria and Phoenix – will spend years behind bars after being sentenced for fraudulently obtaining millions of dollars from the … more
Capitol Media Services recently reported dozens of agencies throughout Arizona received shares of earmarked funding included in the state budget bill, signed into law by Gov. Katie Hobbs in mid-May. … more
The Board of Visitors announced 42 high school seniors have accepted invitations to be honored as 2024 Flower Girls. These young women will participate in events throughout the school year, … more
Make-A-Wish Arizona has appointed Kyle Pottinger from the Phoenix Suns as its incoming board chair, as well as three new leaders to its Board of Directors, totaling 35 individuals. Make-A-Wish … more
STARS, a nonprofit dedicated to serving individuals with developmental and cognitive disabilities, celebrated its 50th anniversary Fiesta with an event that brought together the community, … more
Paradise Valley Town Council has unanimously approved the intermediate special use permit for redevelopment of Scottsdale Plaza Resort. The council voted yes 5-0 on June 8 with Council Members … more

The state is looking for ideas to improve the Riggs Road traffic interchanges at State Route 347. The Arizona Department of Transportation has launched a study on traffic flow and safety in the … more
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office continues to search for a 39-year-old man in connection with a sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children investigation. PCSO has obtained … more
The Queen Creek Police Department will be submitting charges in conjunction with the arrest of a man who allegedly committed sexual offenses while working as a massage therapist in Queen Creek. … more
Junior Achievement of Arizona welcomed local families, along with top executives and employees from leading Arizona companies, at the 2023 Junior Achievement Open Golf Tournament on May 19. Over … more
The 16th Annual Salt River Pirates event is Saturday, June 10, at Salt River Tubing. Salt River Tubing is open on the Lower Salt River seven days a week, weather and water-flow conditions … more
Four Arizona residents were sentenced to prison terms in connection with their schemes to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in Paycheck Protection Program loans, a federal loan initiative … more
A site plan and conditional use permit to build a car wash and a drive-thru coffee shop on less than 3 acres of land at the northeast corner of Ellsworth Road and Hunt Highway was approved by the … more

The Queen Creek Town Council voted Wednesday to approve rezoning and expanding the allowable uses for a developer’s plan to create a family fun center that will include restaurants, electric … more
The Chandler Unified School District is providing free meals to children during the summer. Breakfast and lunch will be served at three sites through July 18, Monday through Friday. … more
Those squeaky dog toys made by an Arizona firm that mimic Jack Daniels bottles may be a thing of the past. more
Tempe has opened the doors to a new cooling center for residents to make use of this summer, with plans to offer other community services beyond respite from the heat. more
The Queen Creek Town Council voted Wednesday to rezone 16.5 acres located at the northeast corner of Sossaman and Rittenhouse roads from commercial to medium-density residential to develop … more
Property tax rates are going down for Queen Creek homeowners. The Queen Creek Town Council unanimously voted at its meeting Wednesday to cut the primary property tax rate from $1.83 to $1.72 per $100 … more
The public is invited Saturday to the renovated Clark Park Community Garden to learn about composting. The hourlong workshop will begin at 8 a.m. June 10 and be followed by volunteer work 9-10 … more

Bret Ceren, associate broker at Platinum Living Realty has received recognition for successfully coaching three Craig Proctor Coaching award winners. more
Aspiring writers can get help from a published author to improve their skills at Mesa Public Library. Local author Mark Athitakis is using Mesa Public Library as his public workspace as part of … more
A Korean restaurant chain has opened its second Valley location. Gen Korean BBQ House has opened its secnd all-you-can-eat Valley location in Chandler. It’s in the 99 Ranch Market shopping … more
Communities throughout the Valley will hold Juneteenth celebrations on various days, offering opportunities to enjoy family-friendly events, many of which are free, in recognition of the day symbolizing freedom for those formerly enslaved in America. more
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