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Meetings, culture and a wild man are all part of the activities in Maricopa for the first week of June. MONDAY The Age-Friendly...

Chairman: Ak-Chin reaching out to boost economy

“We’re here to grow this economy,” Ak-Chin Indian Community Chairman Louis Manuel Jr. told the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce Thursday. In describing some...

Zoning overlays go before P&Z Monday

In the Heritage District, the new collides with the old like nowhere else in Maricopa. The reminders of an unincorporated “cow town” of...

Price reiterates State of the City for chamber gathering

“We have to be us. We have to be uniquely Maricopa,” Mayor Christian Price told a breakfast gathering of the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce....

Rose: My first year of service

As I reflect on my first year as the City Manager for Maricopa I think about the community’s successes, our opportunities as a relatively...

Elected Official Q&A: Henry Wade wants legacy of community service

Maricopa voters elected political and community activist Henry Wade to represent them on their city council in November. The Air Force veteran’s election to...

Mayor outlines city’s 2015 agenda

As 2015 arrives we look back at 2014, remembering many of the significant milestones our city has achieved, including the opening of Copper Sky...

Study calls Maricopa a good fit for hotels, but when?

For decades a no-hotel town, Maricopa is now a one-hotel town. And that is not enough for those trying to build the economy. A new...

Mayor reviews 2014 successes, 2015 plans in State of the City address

Mayor Christian Price spoke of “coming home” during his annual State of the City address yesterday at City Hall.“We are truly a city unto...

Vets’ hope for new home dashed; bar to be demolished by city

To the dismay of members of the local American Legion post, the Maricopa City Council decided Oct. 7 to award a contract to Southwest...

Wade: My pleasure to serve

Fellow citizens of Maricopa, I cannot believe that we are a mere 26 days away from selecting what will essentially be a new City...

Q&A: City Council candidate Rich Vitiello

Rich Vitiello has worked in the international cycling industry for more than 25 years. He has lived in Maricopa since 2005 and is competing...

Former mayor: Vitiello’s passion, knowledge, hope will serve city well

It is especially gratifying to see the number of extremely qualified citizens who took the step in running for city council. To all of...

Q&A: City council candidate Marty Hermanson

Marty Hermanson is one of four candidates seeking two remaining seats on the Maricopa City Council. Hermanson has resided in Maricopa since 2006 and...

Lobbyist contract renewed

Maricopa City Council entered into a new $96,000 agreement with Nexxus Consulting LLC for the 2014-15 fiscal year at its July 15 meeting.Nexxus Consulting...

4-year council candidates square off in debate

Candidates exchanged views – and a few verbal jabs – at the UltraStar Multi-tainment Center on July 26 in hopes of scoring points with...

Vitiello: Now not the time to buy Global Water

As a candidate for City Council, I want to focus on viable ideas for improving life in Maricopa. It starts by bringing in employers...

Republicans spar in primary-election debate

Republican candidates exchanged heated remarks Saturday morning during a primary-election debate at UltraStar Multi-tainment Center.More than 100 community members and campaign supporters turned out...

Bartle running to represent Maricopa, LD 11 in Arizona Senate

Scott Bartle moved to Maricopa 10 years and started what was then 85239.com. The InMaricopa publisher was elected to a four-year term...

Council OKs $96,000-contract for lobbying service

The Maricopa City Council approved a $96,000 contract Tuesday night for Nexxus Consulting LLC for the fiscal year 2014-15.Nexxus Consulting is a government relations...

Republican activist, community volunteer running for non-partisan city council post

Vincent Manfredi’s volunteer resume ranges from task force member to softball coach to political activist, and he hopes to apply all his experiences to...

Council votes to buy land, move cattle

The Maricopa City Council is giving the cows the boot. Council voted last night to a land purchase and development agreement that would facilitate...

Lee Feiles to run for Maricopa City Council

Maricopa businessman Lee Feiles has announced his candidacy to fill a two-year term on the Maricopa City Council. He is running to fill the...

Rich Vitiello announces his run for city council

Nine-year Maricopa resident Rich Vitiello has announced his candidacy for Maricopa City Council.He said he will work to find ways to help local businesses...

PRICE: Big projects ahead in next decade

Let me be the first to welcome you into the New Year and say that 2014 will be another year of monumental things occurring...

Vincent Manfredi to run for city council

Maricopa resident and volunteer Vincent Manfredi announced his candidacy for the city council Monday. He said he officially will file his nomination petition as...

Gosar’s request to voters: ‘Hold everyone accountable’

U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., said it’s up to citizens to hold their elected officials accountable.With an array of problems facing a gridlocked Congress...

Chamber displays SR347 railroad alternatives

The Maricopa Chamber of Commerce invites the public to see the proposed alternatives to the State Route 347/Union Pacific Railroad overpass at its office,...

VIDEO: Residents come out en masse to see SR 347 alternatives

It was standing room only at the Maricopa Unified School District administrative offices Thursday evening as Arizona Department of Transportation officials presented various plans...

Snider: Wraps up 2012; grateful to serve

It’s the end of another calendar year and a month of celebration, reflection, cerebration, and resolutions for the future. And in retrospect, 2012 has...
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