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Alexandra Gray as Marmee surrounded by (clockwise from left) Hailey Damian as Jo, Brittany Ames as Meg, Chaienne Zoller as Amy and Ashley Lynn as Beth in Maricopa Community Theatre's "Little Women," presented at Sequoia Pathway Academy. Photo by Raquel Hendrickson

Maricopa Community Theatre presented "Little Women," based on the Louisa May Alcott novel, Feb. 9-11 at Sequoia Pathway. The production starred Hailey Damian as...

Public Works Director Bill Fay had hoped to bring good news about the North Santa Cruz Wash to the city council on Tuesday, but new estimates from the Army Corps of Engineers could actually broaden the floodplain in Maricopa.

Maricopa City Council was presented with a less-than-favorable floodplain update, evidence of likely delayed development.“Right now, we are kind of sunk at this point."...

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Digital Arizona Library, a branch of the State Library, has launched an online project featuring historic railroad towns, including Maricopa.

The Digital Arizona Library (DAZL) has launched its first Arizona Maps Online project, Arizona’s Historic Railroad Towns, which includes Maricopa. https://azlibrary.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapTour/index.html?appid=4b903db0abbd49ab9eb7a18cf04ff05b The fully interactive map allows...

Apex Motor Club President Jason Plotke (at microphone) and Vintage Partners' Casey Treadwell speak to a crowd at City Hall about their respective projects planned for Maricopa. Photo by Raquel Hendrickson

In arguably the most well-attended Maricopa Advocate Program event yet, representatives of the Edison Pointe development and Apex Motor Club gave details about their...