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Central Arizona College will host “New Student Orientation” sessions in January. NSO is designed for anyone with questions about navigating the college experience. All students are … more
Intel employees in Chandler are spreading holiday cheer to Valley children, seniors and families in need through their annual “Holiday Donation Drive and Holiday Ride for Youth.” More … more
After more than 20 years of leasing state land for its Desert Ridge Marketplace, Vestar, the largest privately held shopping center owner and manager in the western United States, purchased the land … more
Valley real estate investor Michael Pollack partnered with Child Crisis Arizona by making a $20,000 donation to give 20 families a special holiday gift. Pollack, president and founder of Pollack … more
Fireworks come out during the winter holidays, but it is important to know the laws and risks associated with their use. The Queen Creek Fire & Medical Department and Queen Creek Police … more
The Town of Queen Creek offices and Recreation Annex will close on Monday, Dec. 26 in observation of Christmas and on Monday, Jan. 2 in celebration of the New Year. The closures will not affect any … more

Gilbert Police continue to investigate the crash that killed Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb’s son and granddaughter. Meanwhile, two online accounts have been created to raise money for the … more
The academic coaches at the Queen Creek Unified School District help students accomplish goals every day. But they can also be helpful for anyone’s New Year’s goals, whether they be … more
Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb’s 22-year-old son and infant grandchild died in the Friday afternoon crash in Gilbert, police said. “It is with heartfelt sadness to report the identity … more
The Queen Creek Police Department recorded the following crime reports from Dec. 1 -16: Motor vehicle theft reported on Dec. 1 at the 19600 block of East Reins Road Assault reported on Dec. 1 … more
The Higley USD Governing Board approved a second revision Dec. 14 to its fiscal year 2022-23 budgets.  The revision puts the maintenance and operations budget, which pays for most salaries … more
The city of Mesa’s completion of the Signal Butte Road expansion now offers an alternate access route to State Route 24. The southeast Mesa project opened to traffic on Dec. 14 connecting … more
Queen Creek’s first chief of police, Randy Brice, is striving to create a police force that works for and with the community. A life-long East Valley resident, Brice started working in Queen … more

The East Valley has been reaping the benefits of the technology sector’s growth in Arizona and Greater Phoenix. The area has seen growth through several corridors across the region, making it a major player in Arizona’s designation as the “Silicon Desert,” a term that has hovered over the area for decades. more
The last player picked in the NFL draft is known as “Mr. Irrelevant.” It’s not the most complimentary of names, but Queen Creek resident Brock Purdy doesn’t mind. He’s … more
The Queen Creek Town Council unanimously approved a $7 million payment to fully fund the town’s police pension plan in the Arizona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System, providing savings … more
Ike’s Love & Sandwiches has opened its first location in Queen Creek, just in time to grab a bite while out holiday shopping. Ike’s Love & Sandwiches is located at … more
Just days before the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, Meta, donated money for the Queen Creek Unified School’s District’s junior high robotics programs, students and teachers … more
A major shakeup has taken place on the Queen Creek Unified School District’s Governing Board with a long-time incumbent losing his seat and a parent who homeschools his children being … more
Queen Creek residents looking to get their Torchy’s Tacos fix won’t have to wait much longer. The Austin, Texas-based Torchy’s Tacos, known for its “Damn Good … more

Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, is donating $55,000 for junior high robotics programs in the Queen Creek Unified School District. "This generous donation will create unique … more
Queen Creek resident Kennadee Riggs recently was crowned Miss Rodeo America 2023 during the pageant in Las Vegas. The 22-year-old represented Arizona as the 2022 Miss Rodeo Arizona. She becomes … more
Locally owned and family operated Frutilandia, a restaurant concept crafting authentic Latin treats, is hosting the “Frutilandia Toy Drive Challenge” at all eight of its locations … more
From life-size candy canes to an Instagram-friendly set of cowboy boots, Queen Creek’s Downtown is twinkling this holiday season. Ellsworth Road in the downtown core is lined with lighted … more
The price of a gallon of regular gas has dropped by about 25 cents a gallon in the last week at stations across the East Valley and Phoenix. The decline follows a post-Thanksgiving trend … more
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