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Mayor Christian Price’s approach to business leadership is a sum of all his experiences back to high school. That was one of the tidbits he...

By Misty Newman Have you dreamed of riding a horse while firing a revolver at the same time like Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill Cody...

The Maricopa Meadows Disc Golf Club will host the third annual Maricopa Meadows Open at Maricopa Meadows Park on Jan. 16-17. The Open is the...

The Maricopa Center for Entrepreneurship selected Jennifer Hawkins as their January “Art and Entrepreneur” series exhibitor. Hawkins has been painting abstract and acrylic styles for...

Eight teams of Desert Wind Middle School students are taking their ideas of the future to Arizona State University. In judged competition Wednesday at DWMS,...

The first week of the 2016 was filled with rain, and the storms are expected to continue through the weekend. According to the National Weather...

Wes Artac of Kingwood, Texas, and Nick Hardy of Northbrook, Illinois, battled back and forth Wednesday, with Artac’s birdie on 18 being the difference...

The Maricopa High School Boys’ basketball team has won five straight games since entering Christmas break and will look to stay hot as they...

Maricopa Development Services Director Martin Scribner stopped by our InMaricopa studio to discuss how the city is planning for the future. He spoke about the...

The Second Saturday Market will return to Copper Sky Regional Park this weekend to offer local residents discounted rates on produce. “We will have four...

Legacy Traditional School’s Julia Shoemaker has been teaching for 20  years. She shared her insights with InMaricopa News. What is your favorite part of being...

Community of Hope Church needs a home of its own. Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church needs to do something with its current church...

The Maricopa Community Services Department has a plan to offer Maricopa residents educational and outdoor excursions through the Copper Sky Multigenerational Complex. Specifics for the...

By Yvonne Gonzalez The first test results under AzMERIT, the assessment that replaced AIMS (Arizona’s Instrument to Measure Standards), have some districts and public charter...

The Maricopa Unified School District received five grants from the Arizona School Facilities Board totaling $666,400 for maintenance upgrades to Maricopa High School. The majority...

Maricopa residents should expect to see rain and temperatures in the high 50s each day this week before the sun breaks through near the...

By Misty Newman Master Gardener certification through the Maricopa Agriculture Center (MAC) will help you get the green thumb you’ve always wanted. The Pinal County Master...

The holidays often wreak havoc on diets, but Longevity Athletics owner Aaron Gilbert has a few tips to stay healthy during and after the...

It’s a low-key week for Maricopans after the holidays as students return to area schools. For details on these listings or to add your...

In a year that saw a mix of tragedy and triumph, Maricopa survived record heat and withstood dozens of drug smuggling arrests. These are...

By Yvonne Gonzalez Maricopa is headed toward a year of growth, with unemployment down and consumer spending up. Economic Development Director Denyse Airheart said Maricopa, like...

XP Ministries is in the gradual process of building a full campus in Maricopa. The world headquarters of the Christian Services Association Inc. (CSA) sits...

The Maricopa High School girls’ basketball team took second place in the 15th annual Valley Christian Christmas Tournament Wednesday. The team’s record is 12-4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrl51xLP2fU&feature=youtu.be The...

School funding will get a lot of focus in 2016, and Maricopa Unified School District is hoping voters see the difference in two ballot...

After a cold week, residents can expect to see temperatures rise to the mid 60s for the weekend. According to the National Weather Service, the...

The local economy was on the rise in 2015, and residents were able to enjoy new venues for eating, see an expanded realty market...

After years of dipping sales, 2015 provided positive results for many Realtors in Maricopa and the surrounding regions. Despite the positive uptick in sales, the...

It was a big year for the city of Maricopa local government as funding, personnel and future plans all came into place for the...

One of the consequences of winter weather in Maricopa is the die-off of warm-water fish in the lakes. Resident Tarajee Taylor noted tilapia floating in...

This was a busy year for the Maricopa Police and Fire Departments. From tragedies to celebrations, the men and women who keep Maricopa safe...