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A second COVID-19 testing blitz will be held in Maricopa. That event is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 1, according to Kristina Donnay, the medical director...

By Al Brandenburg Americans are living longer, and most would prefer to age in their own home and community, rather than going to a hospital...

By Ron Vogeltanz Amber is proactive in dealing with problems and is effective in anticipating potential issues before they surface. She is inclusive and relates well...

By Dale Brinkman There is one candidate in my opinion running for the Maricopa City Council with qualifications that make him stand above the rest....

  One of Maricopa’s more memorable floods came in 1983, when Santa Cruz waters invaded most existing structures south of the tracks, including the elementary...

Free COVID-19 testing will be available in Maricopa on Saturday. The Maricopa Wellness Center and the Arizona Department of Health Services have scheduled a drive-thru...

  Sequoia Pathway Academy broke ground on a 7,000-square-foot classroom addition Friday with hopes of having it open by the beginning of second semester. The new...

Maricopa is under a heat warning until 8 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service. Afternoon temperatures of 107 to 120 are expected across...

By Murray Siegel A previous column provided details of an investigative report that contrasted the secondary mathematics curriculum of the United States vs. European schools,...

  Getting children back on school campuses is less fun than it sounds.Self-regulation and stress-management are going to be really, really important this year. The opening...

Due to Governor Ducey’s Executive Order to keep in-person learning closed until Aug. 17, A+ Charter Schools has opted to move the school start...
Henry Wade Maricopa City Council

By Councilmember Henry Wade Hello Maricopa, I hope this note finds you and your family well. These are some challenging times that we find ourselves in...

The following letter was sent to lawmakers by members of the Arizona School Board, including Torri Anderson, member of the Maricopa Unified School District...

By Ron Smith As an aging-in-place advocate, I would like to endorse both Nancy Smith and Bob Marsh for Maricopa’s City Council. I’ve worked with...

  Maricopa resident AnnaMarie Knorr feels exonerated after the Arizona House of Representatives Ethics Committee dropped its investigation into her friend Rep. David Cook. Though the...
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey

Stay home to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Gov. Doug Ducey implored residents on Thursday, stopping short of re-instituting an order to enforce that...

Exceptional Emergency Center would like to be able to break ground on an emergency room in 60 to 90 days. Those are the plans explained...

By Rep. Bret Roberts Longtime resident Amber Liermann is committed to our community. Her pragmatic insight into our city’s needs and willingness to examine issues sets...

Leading Edge Academy Maricopa will participate in the School Breakfast Program and National School Lunch Program. As part of the program, the school will offer...

  Maricopa Unified School District will begin school July 30. The school year will begin online with two different virtual academies. A 6-12 Virtual Academy, which...

By Al Brandenburg Another year and again I am watching my plants wither in the 100-degree-plus heat. Gardening in Arizona in July can be difficult...

  A multi-million-dollar company started out of a house in Maricopa is working to give away COVID-19 test kits in Arizona and California. Damien Carter, 38,...

  Of the dozen Maricopa eateries inspected by Pinal County May 16-June 15, all but one received top marks. True Grit Tavern had a problem with...

By Peg Chapados It is my pleasure to enthusiastically endorse Andre LaFond for Maricopa City Council. As a former Maricopa Vice Mayor and Councilmember, I have...

Elected officials in Arizona’s 11th Legislative District will visit the InMaricopa offices on Tuesday for a Facebook Live Q&A. State Sen. Vince Leach and House...

  With most participants in face masks, Veterans of Foreign Wars hosted a flag-raising with a short ceremony at Maricopa Veterans Center Saturday morning to...

By Joan Koczor Many people see the Fourth of July as fireworks, pool parties and barbecues, but this American holiday is more than an object...

After a group in Orange County, California, started a movement to remove John Wayne’s name from the airport in Santa Ana, the chatter began...

  After a uniquely challenging spring, summer came to Maricopa bearing even more questions about the future. But July in particular brings an opportunity for...

The Arizona Department of Public Safety said Tuesday it will investigate the tragic and suspicious death of a Maricopa K-9. On Monday night, Maricopa Police...