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Home-based businesses featured at Vendor Expo

Wondering what home-based businesses are in Maricopa? Thinking about becoming a local representative for one of them? Interested in getting gifts or...

Children’s Learning Adventure’s most exciting summer camp yet

  Children’s Learning Adventure’s all-inclusive, STEAM-based summer camp will provide every child with a summer experience they’ll never forget. This year’s summer camp theme “Hooray for...

Honeycutt Coffee preps for re-opening

  Tanya and Dave Powers have purchased Honeycutt Coffee and plan to reopen the business Wednesday. Honeycutt Coffee has been closed since February. “I have a background...

Hospital to break ground next month

Exceptional Healthcare, a private specialty hospital company, expects to break ground for its facility Nov. 13. Monday, Maricopa Planning & Zoning Commission approved a site...

Ace Hardware celebrates 5 years in Maricopa

Maricopa Ace Hardware is celebrating its fifth year in business Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.There will be a sidewalk sale and store...
La Quinta sewer line construction

La Quinta hotel construction curbs Copper Sky parking

Sections of the parking lot at Copper Sky Recreation Complex will closed through March 16 as part of the ongoing construction of the new...

Nationwide DTV test scheduled for evening of Dec. 17

Today Orbitel Communications announced that a nationwide Digital TV (DTV) transition test has been scheduled by the American Cable Association and the National Broadcast Association on Wednesday Dec. 17, between 6:20 p.m.-6:45 p.m.

Business news in brief

  A Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Kingdom Hall is planned at 40675 W. Honeycutt Road and received its commercial permit, valued at $793,000. Contractor is Sutherland Construction...
Bob McGovern InMaricopa.com

InMaricopa hires additional management

InMaricopa has a new associate publisher. Bob McGovern comes to Maricopa from Pennsylvania, where he has worked as a writer, editor, producer and executive...

Chamber electing new board members

The Maricopa Chamber of Commerce election for new board members is underway.
Michelle Schaefer

Local tax preparer pleads guilty to felony charge

A local tax preparer was sentenced last week on in Maricopa County Superior Court after pleading guilty to a charge of preparing a false...
KFC fire

Morning fire at KFC

Firefighters responded to a blaze at a Maricopa fast food restaurant on Wednesday morning. The fire at the KFC-Long John Silver’s restaurant at 21566 John...

Home-Based Spotlight: Rent-A-Vet Services proves veterans still handy

By Fran Lyons Amy Tschida is all about making things happen. If you have a project or a problem, she and her crew at Rent-a-Vet Services...

Share breakfast in March at Harrah’s with the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce

The Maricopa Chamber of Commerce will gather for its regular monthly business meeting over breakfast at 7 a.m. March 13 at Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino and Resort, 19406 N. Maricopa Road.

Future business on commercial property unclear

Piles of dirt. Construction equipment. And a metal fence.All signs point to future development taking place on 23 acres of vacant land near the...

Roost Motorsports opens on Papago Road

Roost Motorsports has opened in Thunderbird Farms to provide sales and service on motorbikes and more. Colin Krabbe and Michael Plesh opened Roost in May...

Zumba classes aim to make fitness fun

Maricopa resident Courtney Lucero is trying to make working out fun and exciting with Zumba Fitness courses.

Sunrise Diner hit with 22 health violations

April was a tough month for Sunrise Diner, which racked up 22 violations during two health inspections. County health inspectors use more of a "carrot"...

Maricopa CPA eyes state House from neighboring district

Jim Chaston might be one of the most well-known politicians in Maricopa running for office. But no one in Maricopa can vote for him. The former...

Global Water project to close Honeycutt Road

Global Water Resources notified residents by email and door-hangers Friday that a section of Honeycutt Road will be closed after Christmas. The work between White...

Maricopa business aims to ‘arm America’

Alyssa Turner-Petersen is a firm believer in the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which mandates that "the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."

ED3 to celebrate opening of new office in Maricopa

Electrical District No. 3 has opened its new City Office, located on the northwest cross streets of Smith Enke & Porter Roads, behind the...
Estrella Gin Business Park

Construction begins at Estrella Gin, with a twist

The developers of the 32-acre Estrella Gin Business Park have received construction permits and will begin work on the initial 6,000 square feet of...

Phoenix amphitheater renamed Ak-Chin Pavilion

Live Nation announced Tuesday it has a partnership agreement with the Ak-Chin Indian Community that includes the naming rights for Desert Sky Pavilion in...

Wells Fargo offering free funds to kids who save

Saturday both Maricopa Wells Fargo locations will hold a special event aimed at interesting youth in saving.

County officials may encourage, not mandate face masks

  The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Pinal County is 2,459, and the Board of Supervisors is making a second attempt to take...
NAPA building razed

Demolition begins at NAPA building in Heritage District

The demolition of the NAPA building began early Tuesday morning. An excavator was on site clawing at the structure and loading debris into a truck. The...

Weekly ‘deals’ in Maricopa

Check out these weekly bargains for the week of Sept. 14-20.

MWIB Mothers & Daughters Fashion Show celebrates Mother’s Day

MWIB Mothers & Daughters Fashion Show celebrates Mother's Day
Anderson Farms Phase 2B

Planning & Zoning OKs another phase at Anderson Farms

The Maricopa Planning & Zoning Commission has approved a preliminary plat for Phase 2B construction of Anderson Farms. EPS Group Inc. had made the request...