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United for Mesa, a political action committee, on Thursday filed petitions with more than 11,000 signatures to refer a Mesa City Council approved nondiscrimination ordinance to the ballot. The … more
The Mesa City Council on Monday is to vote on recommendations to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control for eight liquor license applications — five for businesses. Liquor … more
The Mesa Police Department took reports of the following burglaries March 18-22: Burglary at a drug store/doctor’s office/hospital March 18 in the 1600 block of South Signal Butte … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on March 31 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Mesa is 67,538 in ZIP codes 85201-85210, 85212, 85213 and 85215. It is an increase of 368 from a week … more
Modifying a development unit plan for 181 acres of the Eastmark community and approving a second one for 145 acres should be approved, the city’s planning and zoning board recommended … more
Mesa Public Schools has launched a new partnership to improve social and emotional wellness among students, staff and the community. The goal of Move One Mesa is to ignite a culture of learning … more
A rezoning and preliminary plat for the six-lot Los Nietos residential subdivision south of the Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway and east of Gilbert Road should be approved, the Mesa Planning and Zoning … more
George Brooks Jr., Ph.D., Mesa Community College sustainable agriculture faculty member, has been nominated by the Aquaponics Association to serve on the new USDA Advisory Committee on Urban and … more
The city of Mesa recently released its strategic plan for addressing homelessness, to help Mesa-based homeless recover and transition to stable housing during and after the COVID-19 … more
LONDON — Britain’s vaccines minister says booster shots designed to fight new variants of the coronavirus should be ready for distribution to people over 70 by September. Nadhim Zahawi told … more
PHOENIX — Health officials in Arizona announced an outdoor state-run COVID-19 mass vaccination site in the Phoenix suburb of Chandler will be replaced April 5 by a drive-thru operation inside a … more
A Mesa distribution center operated by Dexcom, maker of continuous glucose monitoring products for people with diabetes, will serve as the Valley’s first state-run indoor drive-thru COVID-19 … more
Real estate brokers at The Watermark | Tempe --- a new high-end mixed-use project --- have announced completed openings of 10 retail and restaurant tenants along with three significant office lease … more
The Metropolitan Fire Chiefs Association recently announced its award honorees and for the first time in its 56-year history fire chiefs from the largest jurisdictions throughout the world have … more
In an open call to children ages 6-12, raisin brand Sun-Maid received more than 1,300 applications for five spots on a board that will help shape future business and product decisions. Now narrowed … more
A food bank offering assistance to individuals and families in northwest Pinal County and east Mesa is expanding thanks to a COVID-19 relief grant, but additional funds are needed for the two-phase … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for ramp closures as well as intermittent rolling closures along east- and west-bound Loop 202 Santan Freeway in areas between … more
Logistics around a “vaccine passport” are still up for debate, but in the near future showing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test could not only be the fast pass to normalcy … more
What was once tranquil and delightful neighborhood enclaves in places like the Town of Paradise Valley and Old Town Scottsdale have been transformed to unregulated neighborhood motels, officials … more
Beginning March 28 through July, all traffic on Ironwood Drive north of Germann Road will be shifted to the southbound lanes. Southbound travel will be restricted to one lane and two lanes for … more
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