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Council critiques city’s handling of AZCares funds

  Nearly 40 businesses benefited from the City of Maricopa’s distribution of AZCares funds, with over $560,000 disbursed. The funds are to cover the costs...

Hoffman: Setting definite date for reopening schools ‘unreasonable’

  While extending the closure time of some businesses, Gov. Doug Ducey pulled a start date for schools “off the table.” State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman said...

MUSD sets new start date for in-person instruction

  Maricopa Unified School District will come back to in-person classes Sept. 8. That is the day after Labor Day and two weeks after Gov. Doug...

Families line up for MUSD laptops (GALLERY)

Monday, Maricopa Unified School District began distributing laptops to all students, starting with the incoming freshmen at Maricopa High School. The drive-through line started...

MUSD to hand out thousands of laptops starting Monday

Maricopa Unified School District will begin distributing Lenovo laptops and technology to students next week. The district has just over 7,600 devices, and enrollment has...

Reader poll results: Maricopa divided on free COVID-19 testing event

With COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in Arizona, The Maricopa Wellness Center and the Arizona Department of Health Services have scheduled a drive-thru testing...

Ducey sticking with schools reopening date

The plan to reopen Arizona schools on Aug. 17 is on course, Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday afternoon. Amid heightened concerns about a surge of...

AZCares funds cause confusion at Maricopa Pantry

  Maricopa Pantry was caught in No Man’s Land in the effort to land funds to mitigate the costs of COVID-19 on its operation. The food...

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