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Mesa celebrates Mother Earth with April programs, events

Mesa is commemorating Earth Month by hosting various events throughout April. “Earth Month is the perfect time to showcase Mesa’s commitment to protect and conserve our natural …
Electric Vehicle Fleet Day

Mesa event showcases eco-friendly future for transportation sector

The city of Mesa recently hosted an event at the convention center that showcased the future of electric vehicles in the city. Arizona EV Fleet Day, as it was called, was an April 3 showcase and …
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At CenterWell Senior Primary Care in Phoenix, It's About Time

"Julia is the best provider I've ever had. She's really taking great care of me, and I hope to have her until the end of my time." - CenterWell Sun City patient "This was an incredible …
opinion

Van Luven: May flowers bring sinus powers

It’s that time of year again where your sinuses may realize everything is in bloom. Allergies are the body’s reaction to a foreign protein it sees as an enemy. The result is your …
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Human rights activist John Bul Dau to speak at MCC’s Evening Lecture Wednesday

As part of its Evening Lecture series, the Mesa Community College Psychology Department presents a lecture in April by John Bul Dau, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan. It is 7 p.m. April 17 in the …
MESA MUSIC

Mesa Music Festival returns to downtown this week

Heads up, music lovers, the Mesa Music Festival is returning to downtown April 18-20 featuring more than 250 performances — all for free. The event, presented by Visit Mesa and Amazon, …
Things to do

Registration open for Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley summer camps

Registration is open for Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley’s summer camp programs designed to help working parents while ensuring that thousands of youth have a summer of exploration. …
energy assistance

City provides summer energy assistance for eligible Mesa electric customers

Eligible city of Mesa electric customers could save up to $56 on electric bills this summer. The Mesa Energy Resources Department’s summer electric assistance program is accepting …
TRANSPORTATION

Weekend freeway work to affect Mesa-to-Tempe Loop 202 link

Northbound/westbound Loop 202 will be closed between US 60 in east Mesa and Loop 101 in Tempe beginning Friday night, state transportation officials said. The closure …
Things to do

Mesa celebrates Mother Earth with April programs, events

Mesa is commemorating Earth Month by hosting various events throughout April. “Earth Month is the perfect time to showcase Mesa’s commitment to protect and conserve our natural …
Development

Dink & Dine Pickle Park in Mesa to have pickleball courts indoors and out

A pickleball development with indoor and outdoor courts is planned east of Dobson Road and north of Rio Salado Parkway in Mesa. The look and landscaping for the Dink & Dine Pickle Park …
Things to do

Human rights activist John Bul Dau to speak at MCC’s Evening Lecture in April

As part of its Evening Lecture series, the Mesa Community College Psychology Department presents a lecture in April by John Bul Dau, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan. It is 7 p.m. April 17 in the …
Things to do

Mesa Community College hosts ‘The Future of Fashion’ in April

Mesa Community College invites the community to “The Future of Fashion” at 6 p.m. April 25 in the Navajo Room on the Southern and Dobson Campus, 1833 W. Southern Ave. in Mesa. Free …
Business

MedX machine used at The Center for Total Back Care in Mesa

Nearly 65 million people report a recent episode of back pain, with 16 million of adults experiencing chronic back pain. It begins innocently enough — muscle spasms, aches or stiffness. …
Business

Meet Your Business: Salt & Sugar Catering in Mesa offers food with authentic flavors

Salt & Sugar Catering, a Mesa business, offers food with authentic flavors with tortillas made fresh on-site and hot pink with glitter, says owner Shauny Bennett. The business website …
Elections

Biggs to meet newcomer in Congressional District 5 House race

Congressional District 5 covers an area seen as strongly Republican with one of the most visible members of the House Freedom Caucus holding the seat. But that has not stopped a newcomer from …

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OPINION
It is absolutely ridiculous that protesters feel they have the right to get in traffic and block people from getting to work, to stop emergency vehicles from possibly saving someone’s life or getting to someone to assist them.
As the cool weather subsides and the sun starts beating down homeowners must not overlook the important aspects of their plumbing system to make sure they handle the intense weather changes. From …
Transforming your backyard into a desert oasis doesn’t have to cost you thousands of dollars. By strategically planning and using a bit of imagination, you can design the backyard of your …
ENTERTAINMENT & THINGS TO DO
The cast of “13” includes seven performers from Mesa: Owen Aspinall, 16, as Archie; Sophie Aspinall, 13, as Sarah; Emma Coxon, 15, as Cassie; Abigail Drake, 13, as Cassie; Scarlette Nuno, 14, as Molly; Colin Quintana, 15, as Brett/Archie; and Savannah Springer, 14, as Patrice.

Mesa performers in ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid the Musical,’ ‘13: The Musical’

Limelight Performing Arts in Gilbert will bring middle school trials and triumphs to the stage with two musicals that get right to the heart of what it means to grow up. The youth theater …

Alice Cooper bash Saturday benefits teen centers in Mesa, Phoenix

Tickets are on sale for Coopstock 2024, a fundraiser for Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers in Mesa and Phoenix. The event will take place 5-11 p.m. April 13 at Las Sendas Golf Club, …
The event will feature the latest in electric vehicles, charging options, panelist discussions and networking opportunities.

Arizona Electric Fleet Day in Mesa on Wednesday

The Arizona EV Fleet Day is a free event on April 3 for business professionals interested in learning about transitioning their fleets to electric vehicles (EVs). The event will feature the …
The live jousting tournaments are one of the festival’s most popular attractions. Armored knights on charging steeds take up their lances and battle for the queen’s honor. Cheer on your favorite armored knight at one of the three daily jousting tournaments in a 5,000-seat arena.

Last weekend of 2024 Arizona Renaissance Festival in Gold Canyon

Take a unique trip back in time to the Arizona Renaissance Festival Saturdays and Sundays Feb. 3-March 31 at 12601 E. U.S. Highway 60 in Gold Canyon, just east of Apache Junction. The …
The event will feature the latest in electric vehicles, charging options, panelist discussions and networking opportunities.

Arizona Electric Fleet Day in Mesa on April 3

The Arizona EV Fleet Day is a free event on April 3 for business professionals interested in learning about transitioning their fleets to electric vehicles (EVs). The event will feature the …
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