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Mark Stewart says when he sees millions and millions of Chandler city dollars being spent, he wants to hear about it. The Chandler City Council member was able to do that last week during a … more
The puck drops Oct. 21 at Mullet Arena in Tempe as the Arizona Coyotes begin another season complete with theme nights and giveaways. For example, fans attending the opener against the Anaheim … more
A 42-year-old Santan man has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for shooting a woman multiple times and killing her in December 2019. Fernando Ray White was sentenced this week by … more
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleges in a lawsuit filed Friday that Bark If You’re Dirty, a Valley pet store with locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale, violated federal civil rights laws. more
The Vintage & Vino Fall Market featuring more than 100 vendors will take place Oct. 13-14 at the Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre in Queen Creek. A sampling of what to expect: Shop … more
Bill Iseminger will address the San Tan Chapter of the Arizona Archaeological Society in a Zoom presentation at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 11 when he will talk about Cahokia, the largest prehistoric settlement … more

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office deputies are searching for a 16-year-old girl from Guadalupe, and deputies are asking the public for assistance. Ariel Marie Garcia, 5-foot-6, 120 pounds … more
A Mesa contestant, Christi Starks, will be appearing on an episode of the game show, “The Price is Right,” where contestants bid for prizes and compete for showcases. She is on the … more
As Andersen Elementary Principal Kristin Kinghorn was surveying what her school needed in December 2021, the answer wasn’t one single thing. It was six things. Kinghorn laid out those … more
A commercial condominium subdivision with 11 suites is to be constructed near the southeast corner of Gold Drive and Apache Trail in Apache Junction. The Apache Junction City Council on Sept. 19 … more
Tempe Jam will celebrate the creativity of those who live in the city 6-9 p.m. Nov. 4. The event at the Tempe Sports Complex is  free and all ages are invited to hear music, watch dancers … more
Three science teachers from Queen Creek High School have been selected for the Arizona STEM Acceleration Project fellowship. Two of the teachers, Jolie Varholdt and Laura Winder, have been … more
The Scottsdale Zoning Commission voted 6-0 Sept. 28 to recommend a zoning change that will allow for the development, known as the Parque, on 32.3 acres near the intersection of North Scottsdale Road … more

The town of Florence has released a statment on the move earlier this week that the council took in firing Russ Martin as town manager. The firing, by a 6-1 vote, came just after Martin has been … more
The Chandler Police Department asked the public for help Thursday after a district attorney returned a case to CPD involving animal abuse allegations. In a statement, Chandler Police said the … more
Three airplane hangars for Cunningham Aviation are to be constructed at Falcon Field Airport west of Higley Road and north of McKellips Road in Mesa. The planned look and landscaping for the … more
The Chandler City Council authorized the use of $2.25 million in state appropriations for specific Chandler Police Department expenses and purchases with a vote on its consent agenda during its Sept. … more
Luminous: The Art of Light opens Friday at the i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa where families and guests can play, learn and create using artistic illuminaton. Hands-on experiences include: … more
Banner MD Anderson, the Banner Health Foundation and Taylor Morrison broke ground this week on eight homes in Gilbert to provide housing and financial assistance for patients who travel to the Valley … more
Kyrene leadership is examining how they have supported student success during the past three years as well as reviewing the district’s annual goals and priorities for the ongoing school year. more

Gilbert is publishing new "performance management" dashboards on its website, a move meant to provide transparency in government and provide residents a glimpse into town operations. more
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of disorderly conduct in Gold Canyon Sept. 5-11: Disorderly conduct — suspicious activity, reported at 1:56 p.m. … more
Tempe business offers free CAD training to students Pipeline Design & Engineering is offering a free 10-week CAD Club for student in grades 7-12. The class will take place 5-7 p.m. … more
Picklemall at Arizona Mills mall in Tempe is playing host to its first Minor League Pickleball tournament Oct. 14-15. Players will compete in groups of four for prizes, including cash, tickets … more
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