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O’Halleran believes deal within reach for SR 347 widening and overpass

You’re dead-still in The Line, hands seared to your steering wheel, about 3 miles deep in stalled traffic on State Route 347. You and roughly...

O’Halleran urges public to give Inflation Reduction Act a chance

When President Joe Biden last week signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law, ostensibly to reduce debt, the big question was: Will the American...

Poll: Readers don’t feel the “Inflation Reduction Act” will live up to name

Color our poll respondents cynical this week. A majority of voters in our weekly unscientific poll, 53.29% – said they thought the $739 billion “Inflation...

Nancy Smith selected new mayor by City Council

Nancy Smith, elected to the Maricopa City Council in 2014, and the wife of former Mayor Tony Smith, was selected as the city’s new...

Maricopa leaders call out county supervisors for election problems

A group of Maricopa officials spoke out on the Primary Election issues plaguing Pinal County at Wednesday’s Pinal County Board of Supervisors meeting and...

Re-elect Henry Wade for City Council, Chapados says

By Peg Chapados August 2, Primary Election Day, is almost here. It’s time to vote for Maricopa City Council members and I humbly ask you...
Glenn Morrison Pinal Constable

Constable: Vote for responsible, hardworking Manfredi

By Constable Glenn Morrison, Western Pinal Justice Precinct Vincent Manfredi is a solid fiscal conservative, responsible business owner and one of the hardest working City...

Woman faces threats of legal action from candidate

Betty White is a retired homemaker, real estate agent and legal secretary. At 72, she's lived a quiet life in Maricopa, and that’s the...

Marsh comment to City Council candidate raises eyebrows

Maricopa City Councilmember Bob Marsh made a comment at the end of Tuesday’s City Council meeting that caught the attention of some in attendance. “Mr....

City Council approves reduction in property tax rates

The property tax rate for city taxpayers will fall for the third consecutive year, though many homeowners will pay more in taxes overall due...
Vince Leach

Leach: Keep ‘Maricopa first’ Manfredi on city council

Vincent Manfredi has the insight and experience that makes him valuable to the City of Maricopa. I fully endorse him and believe the people...

Former state senator: Manfredi, Vitiello deserve re-election

By Steve Smith Please join me in supporting Vince Manfredi and Rich Vitiello for re-election to the Maricopa City Council. Vince Manfredi has been an outstanding...

Roberts: $35 million for Riggs Road overpass proof of Manfredi’s value to Maricopa

By Bret Roberts It is an understatement to say Vince is one of the hardest working people I know. I've personally seen him put the...

Maricopa City elections limited to mail-in ballots

Pinal County officials have recently identified errors with early voting ballots resulting in missing or inaccurate city and town contests in some jurisdictions and...

Council candidates on … jobs

The next four years will be pivotal in the growth and development of Maricopa. This year’s City Council election and the winners’ leadership on several...
Amber Liermann Maricopa City Council

Liermann: Manfredi the ‘steady hand we need’

The City of Maricopa is in a critical stage of development. Strong leadership is essential on the City Council. Vincent Manfredi’s knowledge and insight...

Poll: Majority disagree with Supreme Court on ‘Roe’ reversal

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a recent decision that overturned the landmark precedent...
Ron Smith Maricopa

Senior advocate: City best served with transparent, experienced Manfredi on council

To the Editor:  I would like to take this opportunity to endorse current Interim Mayor Vince Manfredi for another term on the City of Maricopa...

O’Halleran, Sinema, Kelly react to Roe v. Wade reversal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday struck down Roe v. Wade, effectively overturning a woman's Constitutional right to abortion established nearly 50 years ago. The...
U.S. Rep. Tom O'Halleran

O’Halleran votes to pass water bill with $40M for Pinal County

Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) voted Thursday to pass the Water Resources and Development Act with $40 million of funding for water and wastewater infrastructure...

Town Hall for City Council candidates scheduled

InMaricopa will host a Town Hall to help voters get to know the candidates wanting to represent them on the Maricopa City Council on...
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O’Halleran votes for fuel Price Gouging Prevention Act

Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) this week voted to pass the Consumer Fuel Price Gouging Prevention Act. The bill gives the president and overseeing agencies more...
Maricopa City Hall

Poll shows split on choice to succeed Price as mayor

The election to replace departing Mayor Christian Price is still more than two years away, but that doesn’t mean Maricopa residents are short on...

Mayor Price’s resignation letter to city leaders, citizens

Mayor Christian Price announced April 28 on his Facebook page that he would step down, effective June 30, to take a position as CEO...

Manfredi: City Council proposing property tax reduction

By Vincent Manfredi Taxes are too high. I have made it a mission to mandate the lowering of property taxes for every taxpayer. As your councilmember...
Daniel Wood Senate Candidate

Faulty signatures knock Wood out of LD-16 primary

It was a legal challenge to signatures in April that knocked Daniel Wood off the primary ballot. Wood, a Republican challenger to incumbent state Sen....

O’Halleran again ranked most bipartisan Arizona House member

U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran was the most bipartisan House member in the Arizona delegation, according to a 2021 Bipartisan Index released by The Lugar...

O’Halleran opens up on issues facing Maricopa, country

The whole political structure in America “has gotten out hand,” according to U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran. The Democrat-Republican divide in the U.S. Congress needs to...

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...

Biggs drops out of House race after legal challenge

The race for state House in Legislative District 16 has one less Republican candidate. Braden Biggs, 29, who resigned his seat on the Apache Junction...