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As the Queen Creek Unified School District comes to terms with voters rejecting a $98 million school bond and the continuation of a maintenance and operations budget override, construction continues … more
Queen Creek residents buying newly built homes may have to pay more for their waste and recycle trash carts. The Queen Creek Council unanimously voted at its Nov. 15 meeting to start the clock for a … more
The image of a beautiful, perfectly coiffed puppy emerging from a box wrapped in Christmas paper to the delight of children and parents is a tempting one — and one animal experts say should be avoided. more
Dillon’s Kansas City BBQ at Western Trails Ranch in Morristown and multiple local businesses are gearing up for the 4th annual A Very Merry Christmas with Santa charity event. more
After cooking your holiday meal, the town of Queen Creek is asking residents to properly toss out used cooking oil and grease. Pouring oil and grease in your trash or recycling cart is hazardous … more
The Queen Creek Town Council is showing its support for San Tan Valley’s latest effort to incorporate. At its Nov. 15 meeting, the council unanimously adopted a resolution stating that the … more

Rezoning for a proposed master-planned community including 656 residences in a variety of lots sizes, as well as a commercial area, has been approved by the Queen Creek Town Council. The rezoning, … more
More than three weeks after a San Tan Valley teen was beaten at a house party in Queen Creek and later died, police say no arrests have yet been made but the investigation is seeing progress. On … more
The Queen Creek Town Council recently approved a site plan and the rezoning of about 4.7 acres of land from rural estate district to general commercial to create a shopping center called Citrus … more
After the turkey is eaten – or maybe even before – the holiday shopping season goes into full swing. The Queen Creek Police Department has these tips to help you safely shop this … more
The Queen Creek Town Council has approved a request by Maricopa County to annex a portion of Power Road north of Riggs Road, about 17,500 square feet. The annexed area is generally described as the … more
Central Arizona College welding professors Jordan Porterfield and Ken Smith have been honored for their work. The two were awarded the American Welding Society Arizona Section Educator Award for … more
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