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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Orbitel set to dramatically increase internet speeds

Orbitel customers will soon have the opportunity to dramatically upgrade their internet speeds. In fact, customers already paying for the 200MB maximum speed will automatically...

CAC students selected for All Arizona Academic Team

CAC students Cristal DeSantiago, Jenna Bishop, Kristi Hill, Rachelle Black, Liliana Flores, and Wynonna Pulma have been selected to the Phi Theta Kappa International...

Properly managing your credit report can open many doors

As an underwriter for over 20 years in the all the financing arenas, I’ve learned how to read the single most important financial documents...

Collagen peptides: Powerhouse supplement or edible hoax?

Collagen is a unique protein that accounts for as much as 30% of the body’s total protein. It’s a primary structural component of connective...

MEDA adds 2 to its board

The Maricopa Economic Development Alliance added two seats to its board of directors and appointed Rita Adiani and Adam Hawkins to fill them. Adiani is...

TRUE ABA helps those with Autism Spectrum Disorder thrive

TRUE ABA opened its doors in Gig Harbor, WA, in 2017, providing home-, community-and school-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment for children and adults...
Chilis Exterior Renderings

Maricopa Chili’s to be much larger than expected

The Chili’s Bar & Grill slated for the northeast corner of Stonegate Road and Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway will be significantly larger than expected. According to...

PRTA to try again on sales tax for key transportation projects

The Pinal Regional Transportation Authority voted Monday to work toward placing a new funding mechanism on the November ballot to replace the measure invalidated...
Apartment site near Estrella Gin

Multi-family units planned adjacent to Estrella Gin 

The Estrella Gin commercial development at West Edison Road and North Loma Road has spurred another component – a multi-family residential project adjacent to...

Development around town

Major retail development coming south of overpass  Maricopa City Manager Rick Horst has confirmed that a major retail development is coming to the area at...

Readers ready to cut expenses due to gas prices 

Maricopans are looking to cut other expenses to compensate for the spike in gas prices, our InMaricopa reader poll shows. Over the past couple...

Catalyst: Residential growth spurs commercial activity

As real estate growth continues in Maricopa, increased commercial activity isn’t far behind. Just how that growth will happen can be attributed to the City’s...

Business, development for the month of February

New, premanufactured metal bleachers will be installed at Sequoia Pathway’s expanded athletic fields with Willmeng Construction doing the work at a cost of $140,000. The...

Arcade and Laser Tag Reopen this week at Ak-Chin Circle

Spring Break is here and the glittering lights from within a Maricopa attraction will glow again just in time for families to enjoy. After a...

In 2022, buy early — it could save you thousands

If you are looking to buy a home, the next couple of months might be the best opportunity to do so for the foreseeable...

DR Horton plans large community near Desert Sunrise

Some students at Maricopa’s new Desert Sunrise High School could have a very short walk to school once DR Horton’s newest proposed community is...
T-Mobile Cell Tower at Copper Sky

T-Mobile to add wireless tower at existing Copper Sky facility 

T-Mobile will build a new wireless communication facility as an addition to the existing facility at Copper Sky Rec Center at 44345 W. Martin...

City’s “industrial triangle” generating interest

The City of Maricopa recently rezoned 300 acres south of Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway and east of N. White and Parker Road for industrial and...
New city public works yard

City acquires land for new public works yard

The Maricopa City Council approved the city’s acquisition of 5.1 acres of land east of Ak-Chin Regional Airport at its meeting Tuesday. The land,...
Chilis New Concept Rendering exterior 1

Chili’s moving closer to start of construction

Progress is taking place on the Chili’s Bar & Grill coming to Maricopa.  Construction drawings are expected to be submitted to the city for review...

Ground broken on 312-unit apartment community

Real Estate Equities, a St. Paul, Minn.-based developer, held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for its $87.8 million Copa Flats project at 17485 N. Porter...

Photographer important part of high school graduations

Victor Moreno has shot dozens of covers for InMaricopa, magazine but in terms of volume, the magazine photos are a small percentage of his...
BIZ Kristina Donnay

Fungal nail infection treatment

Many people develop a fungal nail infection at some point in their life. It’s typically not serious but can be unpleasant and very difficult...

Plumbing: It’s the little things

Every day you use water fixtures in your home. People take for granted turning faucets on and off, flushing toilets and washing laundry. When something...

Springtime is prime for finding, fixing leaks

Did you know that just one year of water leaks in your home can waste enough water to fill a backyard swimming pool? Water-wasting...

Look to Sun Life Health for award-winning maternal care

Selecting the right obstetrician early on in your pregnancy can make a huge difference in your health and that of your newborn. Fortunately, finding that...
Jon Beecroft

Communication key to a successful treatment plan

I thought it would be interesting to peek inside a doctor's mind when seeing a patient. The first thing when meeting a patient is to...

Major retail development coming soon 

Maricopa City Manager Rick Horst has confirmed that a major retail development is coming to the area at the southeast end of the overpass...

Gallery: Exceptional Health Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Maricopa City leaders were on hand at Exceptional Health, the City's first hospital on Friday for the facility's ribbon-cutting ceremony. Here are a few...
Vannasdale Development

Four story commercial project in planning stages 

A local businessman is working on plans for a multi-story commercial project on the south side of the intersection of Wilson and Garvey Avenues.  Entrepreneur...