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Andrew Ching  will be leaving his job as Tempe city manager on June 16 to take a similar position in Paradise Valley. Ching announced May 19 that his 10 years as city manager will end. He … more
Robert Pappalardo, who has worked in the Apache Junction, Florence, Queen Creek and Laveen school districts, has been hired as Apache Junction school district’s next superintendent. His first … more
The Town of Paradise Valley has announced that, effective June 19, and pending Town Council approval, Andrew Ching will be the new town manager following the retirement of Jill Keimach from that … more
Even though Gen Z in particular has been financially challenged by the economic environment and inflation, one of their top priorities is travel. Bank of America published new research in … more
The city of Peoria has scored big thanks to an allocation in the recently passed Arizona state budget for one-time tax relief. more
The new $1 billion destination resort in Glendale, one year away from opening, announced Thursday its latest addition to the 60-acre complex. more

An apartment complex with a six-level parking structure is to be constructed north of Rio Salado Parkway on the west side of Dobson Road near the Chicago Cubs spring training stadium in Mesa. … more
Now may be a better time than in recent months to go after a single-family rental after a recent CoreLogic report said the annual single-family rent growth dipped for Phoenix in March. The … more
how to nominate Know somebody in Peoria who should be recognized as a Hometown Hero? Here is how to do it. Email: Send your nomination to, or fill out this nomination form … more
For her trailblazing in the community as the first female Peoria Police Department motor cop, Sarah Trieu has been named a 2023 Peoria Independent Hometown Hero. more
Rose Law Group  announced the hiring of a "tech-forward" attorney who  aims to  improve business efficiency. The attorney,  Trista Snyder, a Valley resident who has a "host" … more
Work at Viewpoint Lake picked up steam again last week as crews worked on the slopes in phase two. more
It is unknown if the Arizona Coyotes hockey team is interested in building a stadium in Mesa at the old Fiesta Mall, but city officials are amenable to developing the area. more

Tin Top Bar and Grill west of Buckeye burned down earlier this week after an accidental fire was started. Tin Top, located in Tonopah, opened its doors in December 2002 with the hope of brining … more
Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega’s chief of staff resigned from his post after two resident complaints were filed with the city against him. David Simmons resigned his post with the city May 4 … more
The Buckeye Police Department will participate in the upcoming statewide Buckle Up Arizona campaign encouraging motorists to use seat belts and child safety seats to reduce the risk of injury or death in a crash. more
Queen Creek’s proposed $867.1 million budget for fiscal year 2023-24 was given final approval Wednesday night by the town council. The budget grew by $137 million over last year’s budget … more
A long vacant property in Peoria has taken a major step toward revitalization. more
The Scottsdale City Council’s two and a half hour discussion on road diets that lasted until almost 10 p.m. May 16 was filled with accusations, disagreements and strong words but ended with … more
A Raising Canes restaurant with a drive-thru facility is planned north of McKellips Road on the east side of Power Road in Mesa. The look and landscaping for the development on 3 acres were … more

The Peoria City Council unanimously approved the fiscal year 2024 final budget, May 16. more
Speeding drivers continues to be a major concern for Sun City residents. more
On Tuesday night Buckeye’s chief financial officer shared a presentation looking at tentative budget for this city consisting of $565 million for fiscal year 2024. more
After Tempe voters rejected the Tempe Entertainment District featuring an arena for the Arizona Coyotes, the city is back at square one in developing one of its last viable plots of land. more
A new road to give direct access to the northern part of the Village at Prasada shopping center is coming to Surprise. more
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