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Brian Kontak followed a second round 66 with a third and final round one-under 71 to win today's Grey Goose Gateway Tour event at...

The Easter Bunny came hop, hop, hopping down the Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway this weekend. He ended up at Rotary Park where he got...

Professional golf is coming to Maricopa. The Grey Goose Gateway Tour, one of professional golf's leading developmental tours, is playing the 7th event...

Maricopa's newest church, Community of Hope, will celebrate its first official service on Easter Sunday. The 10 a.m. service will be held at...

The inaugural Maricopa Salsa Festival presented by inmaricopa.com is heating up. Not only are salsa tasters and makers gearing up for the April...

The Maricopa MOMS (Moms Offering Moms Support) Social Club is now an official chapter of the international MOMS organization. With approximately 50 members,...

Maricopa's Optimist Club sponsored a bicycle check clinic Saturday morning for local youth. This annual event promotes bicycle safety. The Optimists provide...

The Clifford family experienced a tragic loss with the destruction of their home to fire Monday. In the editorial below, Councilman Will Dunn offers...

Pinal County Supervisor David Snider announced that he will be holding office hours in the City of Maricopa's one day during the first week...

If you are a garage sale junky, you'll be lickin' your chops this weekend as a myriad of Rancho El Dorado residents will simultaneously...

Government worker? I'll say! Chris Bisdnack came to Maricopa in May 2004 to become the Postmaster of the United States Post Office...

The Rotary Club of Maricopa is partnering with one of America's leading swim instructors to teach Maricopa's kids and others how to swim this...

Local Rotarians are in Casa Grande today attending a Centennial Celebration to mark Rotary International's 100th anniversary. Members from Coolidge, Florence, Casa Grande...

Maricopa's own New Life Pregnancy Center will open its doors tomorrow, Tuesday, March 1, from 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. The...

Involved in a flurry of interior designing and furniture arranging, the ten members of Girl Scout Troop 1569 met Tuesday to work on their...

The United Way of Pinal County has recently completed the community impact project originally proposed in August 2003. Over 1,000 Pinal County residents,...

inmaricopa.com is pleased to announce its newest monthly feature, A Day in the Life. This monthly article chronicles a typical day of one...

City Councilman Edward Farrell and JW Salazar, a member of the Fire District Board, successfully staged the inaugural Super Sunday Swing at The Duke...

Every month is False Alarm Awareness Month according to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office. Home burglar alarm installations are estimated to increase by...

If you're not going to be at the Phoenix (err, FBR) Open, play in Maricopa's. This Sunday, February 6, a golf tournament and...

Are you worried about your credit score? Don't know what a FICO is? Afraid you can't save enough money for a down...

During their recent annual meeting held in Reno, Nevada, Bill Bridwell was elected President of the Desert Area Council of Boys and Girls Clubs...

Keeping the California Zephyr, the silver train car that sits in the heart of downtown Maricopa, seems to be a goal that could soon...

Brownie Troop 1393 met Tuesday night at the home of their leader, Tanya Graysmark. Girls in Brownie Scouts are in grades one through...

Time is running out to sign up for Winter 2005 recreation classes and programs sponsored by the City of Maricopa Parks, Recreation and Library...

The City of Maricopa Parks, Recreation and Library Committee selected their official chair during a regularly scheduled meeting on January 11, 2005. The...

Plan on an extra long trip to work today due to a reported rollover accident on Maricopa Road at Riggs Road. The road...

Since moving to Casa Grande in 1977, new District 3 Supervisor - and Maricopa representative - David Snider has always found a way to...

Rancho El Dorado homeowners participated in a public hearing last night to provide input for a nine member volunteer committee composed of other concerned...

So you think you make a mean salsa do you? Well, you'll have a chance to claim city-wide bragging rights this spring at...