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The City of Apache Junction has partnered with CivicReady to implement a temporary mass-notification system for up-to-date coronavirus information. The CivicReady solution will allow city … more
Arizona has surpassed 3,000 cases of COVID-19, according to the state Department of Health Services. New numbers released Thursday morning show 3,018 cases and 89 deaths in Arizona. Maricopa … more
Apache Junction Police Department officers will be wearing masks in accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Even though things may start to look … more
The Apache Junction Unified School District's mobile food pantry originally scheduled for May 20 has been cancelled. Those in need of food services are encouraged to go to  … more
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following incident reports in Gold Canyon for the week of March 28-April 3: Controlled substance --- possession of dangerous drug, reported at … more
Data from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health is showing the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations is growing at a slower rate since the end of … more
Two people in Pinal County with COVID-19 have died. Both suffered from underlying health conditions, officials said. "Pinal County Public Health Department is saddened to report two deaths in the … more
Pamela Harrison, who has worked for seven years in the youth department at the Apache Junction Public Library, 1177 N. Idaho Road, has been hired as library director. She replaces Spencer Paden, … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting over 2,700 cases and 80 deaths of COVID-19. Maricopa County has the most number of cases with 1,559, according to state numbers. However, the … more
The Apache Junction Police Department took the following incident reports from April 1 through April 8: more
Five Apache Junction residents have qualified to run for mayor and five for three seats on City Council. Vying for council are Braden Biggs, Darryl Cross, Kelly Gremmel, Tess Nesser and Jeff … more
A state representative, two council members, two mayors, a fire chief and a county supervisor have filed a lawsuit to force the state and Pinal County to release information by ZIP code on where … more
The northbound Loop 101 Price Freeway will be narrowed to three lanes nightly between Guadalupe and Baseline roads from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. beginning on Tuesday, April 7, and continuing through the … more
Superstition Fire and Medical District has selected the 2019 firefighters and employees of the year. Each year the membership are asked to nominate their peers for the Firefighter of the Year and … more
In an effort to protect the health and safety of employees and patients, the Banner Health Foundation is seeking 100,000 hand-crafted comfort masks donated by volunteers, sewing groups, and companies … more
Arizona added nearly 200 cases and one death of COVID-19 overnight. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, 2,456 cases and 65 deaths are in the state, up 187 and one from Sunday, … more
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona announces that it will waive cost sharing for insured members receiving care for COVID-19 related treatment from in-network providers through May. more
The City of Apache Junction encourages the general public to follow federal and state guidelines on physical distancing for the next City Council meeting on April 7. With the ongoing … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Amid the coronavirus pandemic that has forced the closure of many businesses and other tourism destinations, some Lake Havasu City residents are pushing for a closure of the … more
Gov. Doug Ducey on April 4 announced that President Trump in coordination with the Federal Emergency Management Agency approved Arizona’s request for a presidential major disaster declaration … more
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