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Shoplifting reported at 9:47 p.m. June 1, North Pinal Parkway AvenueOfficer was dispatched to a report of shoplifting. Reporting party advised a male subject had stolen a gallon of water. A … more
While some cities have had to cancel their July Fourth fireworks display, Florence is ready to pop. Activities for the town’s “4th of July Freedom Fest” run from the early … more
The Maricopa County Human Services Department has opened a new resource center in Mesa that offers job-seeker and early-education services. The assistance is  at no cost to individuals and … more
Former Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane has endorsed Republican candidate Matt Gress for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 4. “When I took office in 2009, we were in a … more
A $148,800 agreement for architectural and engineering services was recently approved for the development of a 3,500-square-foot addition to the Apache Junction Multi-Generational Center, 1035 N. … more
Join the Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent and VFW Post No. 7968 for a candidate forum featuring the two mayoral and four council candidates in the Apache Junction Aug. 2 election. Beginning … more

Cmdr. Robert Ralston, a native of Tempe, assumes command of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 61, known as ‘The Islanders.’ more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for closures along State Route 24 Gateway Freeway in Mesa while crews perform pavement maintenance: Eastbound SR24 will be … more
The Apache Junction Water District 2021 water quality report is now available. The report, which was released in June, can be accessed online at ajwaterdistrict.org/water-quality-reports-2 or … more
The Arizona Corp. Commission’s power plant and transmission line siting committee will consider an application a half-mile 230 kilovolt transmission line and 230 kV substation in Mesa at a … more
Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega is asking his City Council colleagues to initiate a formal review into a recent decision made by the Development Review Board. The request is a part of the Scottsdale … more
The Paradise Valley Police Department is warning the public about a scam where a person has been calling Arizona residents and impersonating a sergeant. The subject is identifying themselves as … more
Scottsdale Police Chief Jeff Walther presented certificates of appreciation this month to Stacey Sutherland and Dominic Ross for “their time, hard work and dedication” to the … more

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for lane restrictions along U.S. Highway 60 in Gold Canyon for pavement maintenance. East- and westbound US60 were narrowed … more
A new state law sponsored by State Rep. David Cook, R-District 8, establishes a livestock operator fire and flood assistance program to provide grants to landowners, lessees and small livestock … more
Central Arizona College’s registration roadshow kicks off on Thursday, June 23. Students are invited to attend an event at their local campus. Registration roadshow spots are limited; to … more
Humble Bistro, which features a wine parlor and global cuisine,  opens a new restaurant concept today, June 16, in Gilbert.  Humble Bistro and Marketplace, on June 16. The eatery is … more
A more than $117 million tentative budget for fiscal year 2022-23 has been approved for the city of Apache Junction.The 2021-22 budget was $69,284,009.The City Council on June 20 is to approve a … more
Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., recently announced its Classical Music Inside Out 2022-23 season. Classical Music Inside Out celebrates 10 years under the artistic direction of Grammy … more
The city of Tempe has released several videos in a continuing effort to be transparent and in response to public records requests, according to a news release. more

Angie’s Lobster will officially open its drive-thru location in south Tempe this fall after a landlord dispute temporarily left the restaurant without an East Valley home.  more
The Tempe City Council passed a new budget for the coming fiscal year during a special meeting on June 9, though not without some outcry from residents.  more
Fifteen years this coming August, Dr. Lino Ossanna founded and opened his medical practice Women’s Health Now in Queen Creek. He specializes in obstetrics and gynecology. He has more than 20 … more
Monsoon season is upon us and that means monster dust storms, powerful winds and lots of rain. Valley residents also know the monsoons can damage buildings, homes’ roofs and knock down trees … more
Old U.S. flags — some torn, others faded but all handled with care — were turned in and exchanged recently at VFW Post No. 7968 in Apache Junction.“Just to honor Flag Day and then … more
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