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A cascade of cause and effect is washing over various sectors of human service organizations throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area as outreach officials report stark increases in efforts to combat … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Feb. 10 reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Mesa is 64,747 in ZIP codes 85201-85210, 85212, 85213 and 85215. That is an increase of 893 from a week … more
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Mesa Police Department and Living Word Bible Church are hosting a free no-contact shred-a-thon and prescription drug take-back event Saturday, Feb. 20, in … more
Two bills that could define the use of controversial “conversion” therapy techniques said to help gays and lesbians overcome their same-sex attraction potentially are headed for a … more
Nonprofit Banner Health is investing nearly $400 million in expansion projects already underway at Banner Desert and Banner Gateway medical centers in the East Valley. Both projects include increased … more
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office just after 4 p.m. Feb. 15 responded to emergency calls for service in reference to a vehicle accident in Mesa. Witnesses reported a black vehicle … more
A vehicle service and repair facility is to be constructed in Mesa west of Signal Butte Road on the south side of Guadalupe Road. Slate gray metal wall panel, matte black metal canopy and coping, … more
Proponents at Tucson-based technology startup, ConfirmD, contend innovative approach to digital registration is changing the way the world is verifying COVID-19 vaccination status. Since vaccine … more
A data center planned on 3 acres north of Elliot Road on the east side of Ellsworth Road is to be Comarch’s first in North America. “From a design perspective, this is Comarch’s … more
Two multi-tenant commercial buildings are to be constructed in Mesa on 1.6 acres east of Power Road on the south side of University Drive. Neighborhood retail shops are planned, according to a … more
Initial construction is underway on two East Valley freeway projects designed to open more travel options for drivers in the east Mesa, Queen Creek, Apache Junction and south Gilbert areas. Crews … more
A planned stepped three- and four-story parking garage and three-story office building has nearby Mesa residents concerned that light poles and vehicle headlights will be too bright and the … more
Three major pharmacy chains across the Valley of the Sun will soon be offering COVID-19 vaccines to Maricopa County residents over the age of 75. more
The Mesa Police Department took reports of the following driving under the influence incidents Jan. 29-Feb. 4: Driving under the influence — misdemeanor drug plus a non-injury accident, … more
On April 3, Windom Security Strategies along with other local law enforcement agencies will host a career fair targeted at people interested in pursuing work in the field. The Scottsdale-based … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Feb. 3 reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Mesa is 63,854 in ZIP codes 85201-85210, 85212, 85213 and 85215. That is an increase of 1,600 from a week … more
A multi-agency intergovernmental agreement — including the Town of Paradise Valley and cities of Mesa, Apache Junction, Phoenix and Scottsdale — for participation in the Arizona Child … more
Water line and temporary construction easements in Mesa will be considered at the Feb. 10 meeting of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. The easements are at the Maricopa County Juvenile … more
A proposed addition to the Dobson Ranch Library — and five other projects — are to be reviewed Feb. 9 by the Mesa Design Review Board. The 1,761-square-feet addition planned on the … more
In their continuing efforts to prevent suicide and non-natural causes of death among former service members, America’s Warrior Partnership and the Southwest Valley-based Reveille Foundation will host a joint Facebook Live event Wednesday, Feb. 17, to discuss how people can get involved in Operation Deep Dive, a community-based suicide prevention study. more
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