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Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Meals on wheels: Asian Seoul

Charlotte Stessel has lived in Maricopa since 2002, watching the city’s food scene evolve and grow the past two decades. When she first moved to...

Meals on wheels: The culinary Mafia Pop-Up Kitchen

After opening a catering business and a brick-and-mortar restaurant, chef-owner Chris Spear took his knowledge on the road. About six years ago, Spear started a...

Meals on wheels: Coast 2 Coast BBQ

Sean FitzPatrick and Damon Hahn are long-time friends turned business owners who opened their barbeque food truck in 2021. Coast 2 Coast BBQ is the...

Most checks OK this reporting period

According to Pinal County Environmental Services, the below listed inspections were done from March 24 to April 6.   Excellent rating    Butterfield Elementary School (inspected April 4). Circle...

Shop Local, Support Your Community

OPINION By Vincent Manfredi As a business owner in Maricopa, I would like to take a moment to implore you to shop local. While it may...

Zoning in place, developer set to punch its ticket at Maricopa Station

The City Council on April 4 approved several rezoning measures that set into motion next steps on the long-anticipated Maricopa Station development. After the meeting,...

Landing Home Depot may signal Maricopa is ready for prime time

The big orange box may bring with it a big green light for development in Maricopa. Atlanta-based Home Depot, the world’s largest home-improvement chain with...

‘Perfect storm’ of conditions send city, state gas prices rising

Anyone attempting to fill their tank has noticed the skyrocketing price of gas in recent weeks. “It’s really steep right now,” said Maricopa resident Candida...

Exceptional Community Hospital recognized for 20,000th patient

Why would you go there? They’re small, so their care must not be good. Why waste your time? Those negative comments are getting old, staffers...

Home Depot coming to Maricopa; opening likely in spring ’24

Home Depot is coming to Maricopa. The Atlanta-based, big-box, home-improvement chain has confirmed with the city its intention to open a store on Stonegate Road...

National pot-dispensary chain applies to open in city

Trulieve Cannabis could soon be providing marijuana to the people of Maricopa.  The Florida-based dispensary expressed interest in building a marijuana facility in Maricopa, based...

Former track star strives for gold-medal service as Maricopa estate planner

One stride at a time, Arnita Green has made her mark as a Maricopa business owner. Knowing she is a former three-time All-America at The...

BLOWING UP ITS MODEL: Sports bar The Roost morphing into steakhouse

Social media comments around town are filled with a recurring theme when it comes to dining: We want an upscale, sit-down restaurant. The pleas have...

Business activity around town lively, reflected in permitting reports

The following commercial permits were issued by the city Feb. 16-March 15: Tractor Supply, which is building a store at 42000 W. Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway...

Chow down on this month’s bill of fare in our latest edition of InMaricopa

I don’t know about you, but among the things in life I do really well is eat. Evidently, we have a community full of people...

Common mistakes by landlords in handling tenant security deposits

Landlord-tenant disputes over return of the security deposit are among the most-common issues that end up in litigation. Here are four major reasons why disputes...

Proposed law tweaks could ease way for recreational pot dispensaries

Maricopa’s Planning and Zoning Commission will review proposed ordinance changes regarding marijuana dispensaries during its Tuesday, March 28, evening meeting. The session, at Maricopa City...

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY: Glenn Jones Auto Sales to close at month’s end

This story is republished from InMaricopa March 2014 as a look back in history. Glenn Jones Auto Sales will close its Maricopa location at 20215...

City leader, schools chief signed up for dancing-competition fundraiser

Do you live in mortal fear of the dance floor, believing you have “two left feet”? Would it make you feel any better to know...

Food inspector rates 12 excellent, 4 satisfactory

According to Pinal County Environmental Services, the below listed inspections were done from March 3 to March 23.         Excellent rating   Aliberto’s Mexican Food (inspected March 3)  Central...

Asian bistro and sushi bar coming to Maricopa

WZ Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar soon will be coming to the city, according to a social-media post Friday by Maricopa’s Development Services Department. The pan-Asian...

New Maricopa clinic offers counseling, psychiatric services

Maricopa residents living with a mental-health condition now have a closer, faster option for care. American Medical Associates expanded its mental-health services in Maricopa on...
Arizona Renaissance Festival

Tournament Jousting: The Noble Sport

Jousting always seems to receive a 21st-century roar of approval at the Arizona Renaissance Festival in Gold Canyon. Jousting, as it was done 500 years...

Another storage facility in the works for Maricopa

Get ready to empty out those crammed garages. Maricopa’s Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved plans for a fourth storage facility during a meeting...

Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers opens

Maricopa residents were bunstoppable in their quest to grab a seat at the city’s newest sit-down restaurant on Thursday. Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers opened its...

What is infrared & how does it benefit your health?

Nature delivers infrared in sunlight. The sun emits a wide range of light, most of which is invisible. “Infrared” is the invisible light spectrum...

Resources for 2022 tax season

Here we are, with a little over six weeks to go before the tax filing deadline on Tuesday, April 18. Have you prepared and...

Business, development around town

Christ’s Church of the Valley gets an administrative design review of plans and off-site improvement permit for its church building, parking lot and sports...

Farming, to gaming, to the Super Bowl

As Lemuel Vincent sits in his office, reflecting, he is astounded by the growth and reach of the Ak-Chin Indian Community, of which he...

Late or non-payment suggestions on reducing tenant problems

A landlord’s greatest problem is lateness and non-payment of rent. The absence of rental income can cause financial hardship for the landlord. Let us...