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Maricopa's Fire Department added six more firefighters / paramedics to their ranks Tuesday night in a swearing-in ceremony held at The Duke at 7...

Turn on your porch lights to show your support against crime. The City of Maricopa and the Pinal County Sheriff's Office will host...

The City of Maricopa Parks, Recreation and Library (PRL) Department announced the 18 programs and classes it is offering to Maricopa residents this fall....

A good neighbor is one of the best crime prevention tools ever. Neighbors working together in cooperation with local law enforcement make a...

Maricopa's second anniversary as an incorporated city is just three months away. On Saturday, October 15, the City of Maricopa and the Parks, Recreation...

Do you own a red hat? Do you like to have fun? Then Maricopa's Red Hat Society, the Maricopa Mamas, is just...

It's hot. Maricopa residents have been suffering from high temperatures. In other parts of Arizona, like the Colorado River Valley, temperatures have...

You want to become a pizza chef, but, unfortunately, you are just a bit too young. For those would-be chefs who love pizza,...

As reported earlier in the week, Electrical District No. 3 customers will experience a power outage Saturday morning, from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m....

Long-time resident Oliver Anderson, representing the Maricopa Rotary Club, is issuing a challenge to all Maricopa residents. The first person to meet or...

In a largely unannounced, in-house ceremony at the Maricopa Fire Station Wednesday morning William Kelleher was named as Maricopa Fire Chief. Kelleher, who...

Where were you when the electricity went out last night? On July 4? On July 6? Wherever you were and whatever...

Saturday morning the Friends of the Maricopa Community Library held a meet and greet for persons interested in joining their group. The event...

The governing board of the Maricopa Fire District met Thursday evening to approve the 2005-2006 budget, the investment and reinvestment of excess funds by...

Over 350 people, including kids, parents and grandparents, were in attendance at the first annual Parent-Child Fishing Derby on July 4 at Province Lake....

Sixth grader Tyler Mejic might be quiet and a bit shy, but he dreams big. He was recently nominated to participate in the...

Maricopa's First Annual Parent-Child Fishing Derby was an unqualified success. The event, held at the Lakes at Province, began at 8 a.m. on...

Harry Potter, it is almost your birthday. And what a party it will be! Maricopa's children will be able to celebrate the...

It's official. Pack 997, Maricopa's newest, traditional Cub Scout pack, received its charter during a ceremony Monday evening at the First Baptist Church....

Supervisor David Snider will be holding office hours in the City of Maricopa's City Hall on Tuesday, July 5, from 9 a.m. until 5...

The City of Maricopa is seeking individuals to join the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Committee and the Public Works Committee. Applications are available...

Tyler Mejic is 12 years-old. He will be a sixth grader next year at Pima Butte Elementary. He loves bike riding, football,...

Father's Day has been an official holiday in the United States for only 33 years. In 1976 President Richard Nixon signed a law...

The American Stroke Association's coffers will be enhanced this weekend as will Dawn Madden's tan undoubtedly. Madden, a Rancho El Dorado resident and...

Whether you refer to it as Old Glory, the Stars and Stripes or the Red, White, and Blue, Americans know you mean their country's...

School is out. Summer is here. Parents, you can still provide your children with fun and socialization while maintaining their individual reading...

The Pinal County Sheriff's Department is looking for a few good men and women to work with the City of Maricopa. Currently supplying...

The final registration day for the 1st Annual Maricopa Parent-Child Fishing Derby presented by Fry's Marketplace of Maricopa is Saturday, June 11. Registration...

One of the purposes of Optimist International is to inspire respect for law. The Maricopa Optimists' Club did just that last Friday evening...

Some barked, several purred and a few of the cats and dogs slept while waiting patiently for the services of the Mobile Animal Surgical...