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When leaders from the city of Tempe, Arizona State University, the Arizona Board of Regents and Omni Hotels broke ground on a brand new hotel on Sept. 17, they did so with an Arizona Supreme Court case looming overhead. more
Because construction of infrastructure did not start by December for a 257-unit housing subdivision at Cortez Road and Baseline Avenue, an amendment is needed for a water development agreement the … more
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is expected to appoint a Republican to its governing body after a longtime member announced Tuesday he would resign. Steve Chucri, supervisor for District … more
Mesa residents financially impacted by COVID-19 and needing help with mortgage payments to avoid foreclosure may still apply for assistance. Mesa is accepting applications for the Mortgage Assistance … more
PHOENIX — Did you just get a check for $32 from the state? It’s not a gift from your friends at the Arizona Department of Transportation to you and about 200,000 others. It’s the … more
A new tool will allow Arizona students to gain access to important career development information before heading off to higher education. more
Passion about and skill in a specialized area can cause budding entrepreneurs to speed into starting a small business. Surprise does not want to dissuade more small, locally owned businesses from … more
Tony Servin knows all too well the rift that a suicide can cause, especially when that person has her whole life ahead of her. more
Phoenix Children’s Hospital is seeking a rezoning with the city of Phoenix to allow for more flexibility in future development of its main campus. The 43-acre campus, southwest of State … more
Peoria has taken another step in securing more water for the future of the city. more
The city of Tempe will require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination for large, ticketed, city-run events for the near future. more
PHOENIX — At a Sept. 27 special meeting, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is set to vote on the boundaries of 834 proposed precinct boundaries at its Sept. 27 special meeting. Since … more
Downtown Phoenix was once a sparsely populated part of the country’s fifth-largest city, a land of vacant lots and empty streets once office buildings closed for the evening. more
For about a decade it has become increasingly clear what the Prasada area of Surprise would not feature — the original large indoor mall planned as a centerpiece of the project during the … more
Tempe has big plans for the future and it’s developing guidelines to ensure the city’s character and goals are top-of-mind when it comes to growth. more
Ben Kullos "We talk about building the house and we're almost getting ahead or ourselves to think we're laying the foundation. Right now we're still digging to lay the foundation," Kullos said. … more
 BUCKEYE - The city of Buckeye’s City Council has not had a busy summer, which means councilors will have plenty of catching up to do this fall — especially in development … more
It’s not just coping with the lack of balance and mobility, or the physical tremors, or impacted speech, that comes along with life with Parkinson’s disease. more
During a punishing playoff run to the first football title in school history, Sunrise Mountain played against type. Known for their quarterbacks in previous years, the Mustangs ran the ball 142 times and threw 13 in three dominant playoff wins. more
A site plan and preliminary plat for an industrial building on the northwest corner of Thomas Road and Val Vista Drive should be approved by the City Council, a Mesa board decided recently. Two … more
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