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The Tempe City Council approved the new 250 Rio development at its most recent meeting on June 23.  more
Scottsdale-based Rosewood Homes announced the start of pre-sales and model home construction at its new 19-home Rosewood Canyon in the Storyrock Master Planned Community in north Scottsdale. more
A new bill has passed the Arizona Legislature giving municipalities authority to issue licenses and permits to short-term rentals. Senate Bill 1168, which passed the Arizona Senate and House of … more
Celebrate a fabulous Fourth of July holiday weekend with a floating beach blast at Salt River Tubing’s fan favorite, “Bag it for Bucks,” a Take Pride in America special event 8:30 … more
The city of Apache Junction will close all administrative offices on Monday, July 4, in observation of Independence Day. Emergency services through the police department will not be impacted by … more
Funeral services for Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney are scheduled for next week. Barney died Wednesday, June 22, at the age of 74 after battling a lung infection for several months. Viewing and … more

The town of Queen Creek offices and Recreation Annex will close on Monday, July 4, in observation of Independence Day. The closure will not impact any public safety or emergency services. If … more
The J.O. Combs Unified School District is has launched a new districtwide website -- www.jocombs.org. The site includes new pages for each of the district's schools. Schools in the J.O. Combs … more
Maintenance work will keep Queen Creek’s Pocket Park for Pups at Founders' Park closed from July 1 – Aug. 31. In the meantime, the town will have a pop-up dog park available in another … more
The Salt River Firefighters and Salt River Fields at Talking Stick have proudly partnered with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to host the 6th Annual Memorial Stair Climb presented by … more
The Tempe Elementary School District’s backpack donation program is taking place at Arizona Mills mall, 5000 S. Arizona Mills Circle, Tempe, rewarding donors with a prize. The back-to-school … more
YogaFit Training Systems presents its CEO and founder, Beth Shaw, at its annual Mind Body Fitness conference on Friday, July 16, in Scottsdale. more
Preliminary design for an Acadia Healthcare Behavioral Health Hospital recently was discussed by the Mesa Design Review Board. The hospital is to be constructed north of Elliot Road on the west … more

An 18-year-old William E. “Hap” Carty, while on leave from the U.S. Army in 1945, helped his sister and brother-in-law with an upstart company they were building – quite literally – in a milk house on the Carty Ranch in Ridgefield, Washington. more
With a goal to show that hockey is truly for everyone and with intent to create inclusive spaces for individuals to explore the sport, the Arizona Coyotes are proud to support the Arizona Legacy Pride Hockey Association helping launch the Pride Growlers.  more
On March 31st, Carrie Gambee became the first female to hold the rank of Commander with the Arizona State University Police Department in over five years, and just the fourth woman to hold the rank … more
Mediacom Communications has been named a hunger hero by United Food Bank. The Hunger Hero Award recognizes Mediacom for taking an active role in the fight to end hunger by providing the funding to … more
Preliminary design for an industrial development north of Germann Road on the east side of the Crismon Road alignment recently was discussed by the Mesa Design Review Board. The site plan shows … more
The Salvation Army, 24 E. Sixth St. in Mesa, is opening daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Sept. 30, offering the city’s most vulnerable community members indoor cooling, a bagged lunch, water … more
Central Arizona College’s early childhood education program was granted renewed accreditation by the Commission on the Accreditation of Early Childhood Higher Education Programs of the National … more

Independent Newsmedia Inc., USA continues to expand its footprint in the Phoenix Metro market, acquiring JG Media National’s Phoenix operations. more
Six Scottsdale firefighters have been promoted to the rank of captain. The department announced that Blake Miller, Marc Hill, Brian Shedlock, Mike Orin, James Cashion and Nick Pajic will take over … more
When Julie Cart arrived at Arizona State in 1975, the women’s track program was barely a blip on the radar of the athletic department. The team trained with the men, sweating and practicing on the same field and at the same time. more
PHOENIX - State lawmakers lined up the votes as the last day of the 2022 legislative session wound down to look for long-term sources of new water for Arizona - but only after they concluded they … more
PHOENIX - State lawmakers have agreed to use the lure of millions of dollars in tax credits in hopes of bringing Hollywood to Arizona. But not everyone is sure they want the folks associated with … more
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