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  School district leaders could join a lawsuit against the state Legislature. The Maricopa Unified School District Governing Board discussed the possibility during a meeting Aug....

  A discussion that began earlier this year, after a shooter entered the halls of a Florida school and killed 17 students and staff members,...

By Murray Siegel Sequoia Pathway has two principals, one for the elementary grades and one for the secondary grades. Last year’s high school principal, Dr. Alfonso...

  By Angela Askey, Executive Director Public Relations and Marketing Central Arizona College officially celebrated the opening for the new Science Building and Mel A. Everingham...

  By Christine Dickinson In November of 2016, the voters of Maricopa passed a maintenance and operations override for our school district. Voters were educated on...

By Julia Gusse and Derek Jeske Maricopa American Legion Baseball Post #133 has been in existence since 2012. This is the only program in Maricopa...

With a new coach and many untried varsity players, the newest incarnation of the Maricopa High School football team won its first game of...

  Submitted by Rep. Mark Finchem On Aug. 15, a news release was circulated by the City of Maricopa that claimed, “The Arizona Legislature Increased your...

By Ralph Atchue The City of Maricopa is letting its citizens know that Arizona’s governor and state Legislature has instituted a secondary property tax without...

  Tanner, Cutter and David Parks have always had each other to entertain. Not dazzled by digital pastimes and video games, the Parks trio has...

By Bernadette Russoniello ‘Where are you going to college?” “What’s your major?” “Where do you want to go to school?” Unfortunately, these questions are far...

Two former cadets from the Maricopa High School Air Force Junior ROTC program recently updated current cadets on their military status. Airman 1st Class Louis...

  There was very little leisure for Maricopa High School football players this summer.“We call it ‘one heartbeat;’ it’s kind of the analogy we use....

It’s election season, and advocates for those with disabilities are paying attention. Nearly 40 Maricopa residents discussed special needs services offered by the city Saturday...

High winds are likely to bring an increased chance of rain over the weekend which could combine with runoff from southern storms to make...

Five of six city council candidates and a write-in contender discussed their platforms on city spending, senior services and economic development with Maricopa Chamber...

  By Barry R. Goldman   Like the ‘60’s mantra, “Question Authority”, I regularly do. The Constable is the second elected official in the Justice Court. The public...

  Residents should exercise caution in coming days as washes around Maricopa are likely to start flowing due to heavy rain combined with runoff from...

By Steve Gillingham Having a background in the financial industry, a candidate’s financial record-keeping is one of the items I consider when choosing a candidate....

Decades before Maricopa incorporated, the center point of the community was the school. Some of these fresh faces may still be familiar to long-time...

By Gary Miller Through our common ground to help better shape our local & state government to improve citizens’ quality of life, I have had...

By Robert Taylor I am a Maricopa resident since 2009 and a law enforcement professional since 2006 with multiple commendations, including a medal of valor...

By Andrea C. McElroy I am much honored to have been asked to pen this letter for Linette Caroselli, a woman who has dedicated her life...

By Marvin L. Brown As a council member of the City of Maricopa for 10 years, I have had the opportunity to work with and...

By Gary Miller Through our common ground to help shape our city into an excellent community, I have had opportunities over the last four years...

By Barry R. Goldman A few weeks ago, my wife and I had the honor of hosting a get-together for Maricopa City Council candidate Rich Vitiello...

By Julia Gusse What's in an endorsement? When I first ran for City Council in 2010, I was up against two incumbents and five newcomers. I...

By Christian Price I have known Vincent Manfredi and Henry Wade for almost a decade and proudly served with both on city council since 2014....

Students will get a peek at the democratic process during a candidate debate in August. The Primary Election Town Hall, an InMaricopa.com event, will host...

By Peg Chapados I am writing this in support of Councilmember Henry Wade and ask that you vote for him to remain on Maricopa City...