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Central Arizona College in Pinal County has earned the 2021-22 Military Friendly Spouse School designation. Institutions receiving the Military Spouse Friendly School designation were evaluated … more
A Phoenix native just received some high praise from the U.S. Navy this week.Alexis Zweygardt, a 2014 graduate of Glendale’s Independence High, was named Sailor of the Quarter for the USS … more
A local Phoenix organization announced the names of various new team members who will work together to solve common problems that arise in government and business settings. more
The Town of Florence and Florence Copper have agreed to end the years-long legal battle that played a part in keeping the mining operation from fully opening. In the settlement, officially … more
Motorists should expect alternating lane closures and delays on U.S. Highway 60 in Superior on Monday, May 10, while crews complete an oil flush. Work is planned between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m., … more
The Town of Florence’s fitness center was on a roll when the pandemic hit, closing it for a year. “All of our equipment is relatively new,” said Megan Cetta, recreation … more
Pinal County Air Quality has suspended the issuance of all open burning permits. Burn permits allow for the disposal of plant material by open burning during limited daytime hours, according to a … more
To celebrate National County Government Month and to raise awareness of the role local governments play in the lives of their citizens, Pinal County District 5 Supervisor Jeff Serdy has organized an … more
When the Peralta Regional Park near Gold Canyon opens in fiscal year 2022-23, Pinal County could have user fees in place to help pay for services. Plans for the 480-acre park off Peralta Road, … more
FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) — An inmate at the state prison in Florence has died of apparent suicide, correctional officials said. Prison staff found Jason Rothlisberger, 45, unresponsive at the prison … more
A total of 87 projects with a combined cost of $55.77 million are proposed to be in Pinal County’s 2021 five-year transportation improvement and maintenance program. “This program is … more
The Town of Florence has given out almost $319,000 to small businesses who were affected by the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown last year. “I believe the program has been very successful … more
EPCOR is raising its rates and the Florence Town Council is none too happy about it. At the Monday, April 5 council meeting, EPCOR officials gave a presentation of the changes that are coming now … more
Florence is launching new magnet program for gifted students. The magnet program will be housed at Circle Cross Ranch K-8 S.T.E.M. Academy in San Tan Valley. While all schools in the Florence … more
The Town of Florence proclaimed the week of April 4-10 as National Library Week in the town of Florence and encourages all residents to utilize library curbside services and e-resources. A staff … more
The Florence Town Council on Monday, April 5, approved a pilot program in which up to five kiosks will be placed throughout the city to help visitors and residents find the latest news and events … more
Pinal County is accepting grant applications from nonprofit and external-agency partners for projects that align with the county’s strategic goals. Grants are provided through the … more
  Pinal County to suspend issuance of open burn permits Starting April 2, Pinal County Air Quality will begin issuing only three-day open burning permits. All permits will expire by April … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services has opened coronavirus vaccinations for age 16 and older at in Maricopa, Pima and Yuma counties. ADHS announced the move Monday morning. Vaccine … more
PHOENIX — Republican lawmakers voted Thursday to create a new law that its sponsor admitted is designed to convince people to stay away from some protests, often against police brutality, even … more
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