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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
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
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 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
The idea of digital currency, once reserved for the pages of obscure corners of the internet, has gone mainstream with hundreds of thousands of cryptocurrency investors, millionaires and … more
The worldview of a typical young adult, some parents might say, is simultaneously expansive and very much centered on one’s individual goals, aspirations — and social calendar. But for … more
A look by the Independent of the highest-paid Queen Creek town employees is pretty much in line with that of other towns and cities in the Valley. more
Pension contributions are a major component of government budgets, with many communities making strides to pay down unfunded pension liabilities in both the Public Safety Pension Reserve System … more
Queen Creek's Parks and Recreation department has the results of a new survey on what residents would like to see in terms of parks in the town.   The town contracted with WestGroup Research … more
Since his formidable years Queen Creek resident Jerome J. Ralston knew he wanted to be in business for himself. “I told my mom that I was going to be a businessman and she just … more
Arizona government and business leaders joined Amtrak officials in a virtual roundtable Tuesday encouraging Congress to fund a passenger rail new line connecting Phoenix to Tucson. The proposed … more
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