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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Sun Life Family Health to receive $4.4M grant, O’Halleran announces

Sun Life Family Health Center will receive $4.4 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The grant was...

Therapist: You matter

“Suck it up.” “It’s not that bad.” “Get over it.” “Stop being emotional.” These are phrases constantly thrown about in society in regards to...

Maricopa Wellness Center medical director answers common questions

Maricopa Wellness Center’s Medical Director, Kristina Donnay FNP-C, gets many emails asking aesthetic and wellness questions. We have decided to answer some of the...

CAC president joins MEDA board

The Maricopa Economic Development Alliance (MEDA) has announced the appointment of two directors. Dr. Jacquelyn “Jackie” Elliott joins as a new board member and Ross...
Central Arizona College Maricopa

Central Arizona College earns 2022-2023 Military Friendly® School designation

Central Arizona College has earned the 2022-2023 Bronze Military Friendly® School designation. Institutions earning the Military Friendly® School designation were evaluated using both public data...
Maricopa City Council Meeting 4/19/22 [Bryan Mordt]

City sells land to advance plans for Copper Sky medical campus

The City will sell three parcels of land adjacent to Copper Sky Regional Park for use in the development of a medical campus. City Council...

Business, development around town

T-Mobile will spend $50,000 to add a standby generator, automatic transfer switch, generator auxiliary power distribution and remote monitoring communications circuitry to its existing...

Colleagues, friends: Christian Price leads with ‘contagious’ passion

Mayor Christian Price stunned the citizens of Maricopa last week by announcing his resignation as mayor, effective July 1. In his fourth term, Price has...
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...

Health inspector dings 13 businesses with 40 violations

A summary of the March 15-April 11 food inspections by Pinal County Environmental Health Services: Bashas' Deli Equipment, Food-Contact Surfaces, Nonfood-Contact Surfaces and Utensils Observed a...

InMaricopa interview: Price talks of past, future as city leader (VIDEO)

After four terms (and more than a decade) as mayor of Maricopa, Christian Price resigned last week to accept a position as CEO and...

Poll: huge support for transportation tax redux

A recent poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, a national political and public affairs survey research firm, found Pinal County residents overwhelmingly support another...

T-Mobile eyes new cell tower at The Duke

A cell tower could be erected at The Duke at Rancho El Dorado if ongoing negotiations are successful. The golf course and T-Mobile are discussing...

Copper Sky land deals on Tuesday’s city council agenda

The Maricopa City Council is scheduled to vote on several commercial and residential development matters when it meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday, including several...

Exceptional Community Hospital, Felix Appliance claim top chamber awards

The Maricopa Chamber of Commerce gathered at Elements Events Center at Ak-Chin Circle April 23 to recognize a few of its own for outstanding...

The City of Maricopa is expanding its ‘Keep Maricopa Beautiful’

The City of Maricopa is expanding its "Keep Maricopa Beautiful" anti-littering and anti-dumping efforts by seeking partnerships with area businesses, food trucks and organizations. Businesses...

Schurz, MEDA board say Price is right

The Maricopa Economic Development Alliance’s board of directors hired Maricopa Mayor Christian Price as its new president and CEO beginning July 1. Board chairman John...

Mayor Price resigns

Mayor Christian Price will always work to advance the causes of the city he loves. After serving as Maricopa’s mayor for the last decade, Price...

Counting Crows to play Harrah’s Ak-Chin casino

Counting Crows, the rock hitmakers known for their live performances, will perform July 22 at The Events Center at Harrah’s Ak-Chin. Originally formed in San...
Maricopa 40

P&Z approves preliminary plat for Maricopa 40 homes

The city Planning & Zoning Commission Monday approved a preliminary plat for 184 single-family homes in southeast Maricopa. The Maricopa 40 development is proposed for...

State offers details on refund of $80M in transportation taxes

The Arizona Department of Revenue said Wednesday it is working toward a solution to refund the tens of millions of dollars in transportation taxes...

Townhome development gets P&Z approvals

The City Planning and Zoning commission granted approval Monday for a minor general plan amendment and the rezoning of 16.1 acres for a multi-family...

Business, development around town

Scott’s Miracle-Gro Hyponex Corp. will spend $1.8 million to build a 6,500-square-foot addition to its facility at 14419 N. White and Parker Road, with...
Estrella Gin land north of Edison west of Roosevelt [Brian Petersheim Jr.]

City sells 2 acres to Estrella Gin developers

The city of Maricopa has sold two acres of land adjacent to the in-development Estrella Gin Business Park. The mayor and City Council approved the...
Cox car

Cox provides details on coming Maricopa service

Cox Communications is beginning work to bring its gigabyte broadband service to Maricopa. The communications giant is expanding internet service, telephone, TV and security services...

DQ dinged for 7 violations by health inspector

Maricopa Shell / Dairy Queen and Saddleback Elementary School were found to have violations during routine health inspections by Pinal County Environmental Health Services...

Developer: Maricopa ideal for single-family rental homes

Scott Turkington says his company is building single-family homes for rent in Maricopa for one main reason: to meet a need. “Maricopa met all of...
Hancock Gunsmoke Elevations

City Council OKs final plan for hybrid residential project in 7 Ranches

A developer’s plan to combine 27.79 acres at the southwest corner of Honeycutt and Gunsmoke roads in 7 Ranches has been approved. Maricopa City Council...

Special needs school continues to grow

Stepping Stones Learning Center has a new home. But, as Anna Hart, the school's founder and executive director pointed out, it is not her home,...
Cox car

Cox broadband on way to Maricopa

There will soon be competition for broadband internet, cable TV and telephone service in Maricopa. Cox Communications has confirmed it will bring its full suite...