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Light industrial change sought for portion of GM Proving Grounds

A request to change the Queen Creek Area Plan land use designation of General Motors Proving Grounds in Mesa to light industrial will be considered at the Nov. 20 Maricopa County Board of Supervisors …

4 sex offenses reported in Queen Creek Nov. 2-8 to MCSO

Above are the general locations of sex offenses reported Nov. 2-8 to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for the community of Queen Creek. Those investigated by MCSO included: Sexual …

Traffic restrictions Nov. 17-24 on Queen Creek roadways

Queen Creek-area roadway restrictions include lane shifts Nov. 17-24. Roadwork, according to a release, includes: Meridian Road southbound lane shift at Via Del Jardin for utility work; 24-hour, Jun. 15-Dec. 31.

Road restrictions through Nov. 19 for Loop 101 Price Freeway project

Drivers on the Loop 101 Price Freeway should prepare to slow down and use caution around construction personnel and equipment while closures and restrictions are scheduled to be in place.

Widening of Rittenhouse, Riggs to 213th St. begins

The widening of Rittenhouse Road, from Riggs Road to 213th Street, has begun, with officials recently participating in a groundbreaking ceremony.

Candidate packets available for Queen Creek Town Council seats

Candidate packets for the Queen Creek Aug. 4 primary election and Nov. 3 general election are available from the town clerk’s office. The office of three council members will be on the ballot.

Queen Creek conducting citizen survey to help guide town priorities

Queen Creek residents can help influence the future of the community by participating in the citizen survey. Over the next several weeks, residents will be randomly selected to complete the …

There’s something wonderful about the holidays. Friends and family get together to enjoy a tasty feast, surrounded by holiday decorations and accompanied by festivities and …

As we move into November, a month of gratitude, the U.S. Small Business Administration begins the month by celebrating National Veterans Small Business Week, during Nov. 4-8. We take this opportunity …
Queen Creek really needs all the new funding --- "Hey folks, look: It’s bags of cash." Love it so much we decided to ask the voters for an additional six years of tax increases? Heck QC, the …

The 15th annual Town of Gilbert Veterans Day Celebration took place Nov. 7. It included performances by the Williams Field High School Symphonic Band and military salutes from the Higley Unified …


Queen Creek resident Brooklyn Davis receives $500 scholarship from Planet Fitness Teen Summer Challenge

Queen Creek resident Brooklyn Davis received a $500 scholarship as part of the Planet Fitness Teen Summer Challenge. The Teen Summer Challenge took place from May 15 through Sept. 1, during which …

Dog Haus celebrates Gilbert grand opening with free 'Haus Dogs' Saturday

Dog Haus --- the craft casual concept with gourmet all-beef hot dogs, handcrafted sausages, Black Angus beef burgers, a one-of-a-kind fried chicken sandwich and local craft beers on tap --- is bringing “The Absolute Würst” to Gilbert on Nov. 16.

Gov. Ducey celebrates Northrop Grumman’s new campus

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Nov. 12 joined team members of Northrop Grumman, the Douglas Allred Co. and Willmeng Construction as well as local elected officials for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of …

The Little Gym of Queen Creek commemorating a new gym open house Nov. 16

The Little Gym of Queen Creek, 20736 E. Victoria Lane Suite No. 106, is commemorating a brand new gym with an open house celebration 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16. It will be hosted by local Arizona franchisee Cheryl Foust, according to a release.