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Arizona students took a hit when it came to learning during the pandemic so far, and it may take several years to correct that slide. The state is putting roughly $19 million into corrective … more
Queen Creek residents can help influence the town’s future by participating in a new citizen survey. more
From gun violence then to a lingering virus now, the soil below where public education occurs has been labeled dangerous ground for American students for nearly a decade. Aside from the dangers … more
There’s good news for EPCOR’s San Tan wastewater customers. The Pecan Water Reclamation Facility expansion is now in the last of four phases and on track to finish on time around the … more
Queen Creek resident Nick Myers and Mesa resident Kevin Thompson, a Republican team running for the Arizona Corp. Commission, are calling upon the Biden administration and Arizona’s … more
Next year, Queen Creek commuters will be getting some much-needed relief. That’s when State Route 24 goes out to Ironwood Road. But that’s not all. more
Valley grocery chain Bashas' has agreed to be bought by a California regional grocer. The deal between Bashas' and Raley's Holding Co., a regional grocer based in Sacramento. Financial terms of … more
Queen Creek has broken ground on the Sonoqui Wash Trail Project, which will stretch from Hawes Road to Crismon Road. “The Sonoqui Wash trail is part of the town’s future 11-mile … more
EPCOR Water Co. customers’ frustrations were growing since August when it became difficult to contact the company, but the situation is improving. more
Solari Crisis & Human Services, formerly the Crisis Response Network, has partnered with East Valley Starbucks stories to raise awareness of the organization’s services to prevent … more
Independent Newsmedia is featuring a Veterans Day Salute to honor those who have served our country. Thank you for your service. Residents are encouraged to submit a photograph along with the … more
When Jordan and Lyric Dodd sat down last year and realized they had paid more than $20,000 in rent, it was that moment the couple realized homeownership was in their future. “I believe our … more
In its Wednesday Sept. 15 meeting Queen Creek town council members approved conditional permits for the Circle K at Riggs and Rittenhouse roads. The developer of the property, Jodi Hammill of Land … more
A national network of government communicators recently elected Queen Creek’s Communications, Marketing and Recreation Director Marnie Schubert as its president. The organization 3CMA, or … more
On Saturday, Oct. 9 Queen Creek will host a recycling event at the Field Operations Facility located at 19715 S. 220th St.   Registration Process The recycling drop-off event is being held … more
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of crime in the Queen Creek area Sept. 2-Sept. 9. more
The people who make Queen Creek special were honored at the inaugural Queen Creek Independent Hometown Heroes event Tuesday, Aug. 24.The luncheon event took place at Heart Cry Church, 9339 W. Hunt … more
The town of Queen Creek offices and Recreation Annex will be closed on Monday, Sept. 6 in observance of Labor Day. This closure will not affect any public safety or emergency services. … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation has selected a final 55-mile North-South Corridor through Pinal County as part of the Final Tier 1 environmental impact statement and record of decision. The … more
The strong partnership between Pinal County and the Queen Creek was on full display Aug. 19 as officials from both moved the first dirt for construction of the new section of Meridian Road from … more
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