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Queen Creek's Parks and Recreation department has the results of a new survey on what residents would like to see in terms of parks in the town.   The town contracted with WestGroup Research … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for closures and restrictions in the vicinity of Loop 202 Santan between McQueen Road and Loop 101 Price Freeway while crews … more
Since his formidable years Queen Creek resident Jerome J. Ralston knew he wanted to be in business for himself. “I told my mom that I was going to be a businessman and she just … more
Arizona government and business leaders joined Amtrak officials in a virtual roundtable Tuesday encouraging Congress to fund a passenger rail new line connecting Phoenix to Tucson. The proposed … more
A report from the Arizona Auditor General confirms the misuse of money by the Higley Unified School District (HUSD), which primarily serves Gilbert and parts of Queen Creek. According to Arizona … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for the closure of the State Route 24 ramp to westbound Loop 202 Santan Freeway from 9 p.m. Friday, July 23, to 9 p.m. Sunday, … more
School is back in session and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) District 6 – Queen Creek reminds residents to slow down, avoid distractions and obey posted signage. Everyone has … more
Ocotillo Road, the east-west roadway that runs through the heart of Queen Creek, is being widened from Ironwood to Signal Butte roads. The project will include widening Ocotillo Road to two lanes … more
Housing continues to expand in Queen Creek with the announcement of two new neighborhoods The first comes from North America's largest privately owned homebuilder, Mattamy Homes, which … more
What do you get when you combine a soccer aficionado with proven servant leadership, deep respect for nature, and a desire to uplift and motivate children for the future betterment of society? The … more
After the hoopla of the Olympics is over, the sporting events continue with the Paralympics, the largest sporting event for people with physical disabilities. more
A pop-up dog park will be available July 15 through Aug. 27 at Founders' Park in Queen Creek while important maintenance is performed at the town's Pocket Park for Pups.  The pop-up dog park … more
Mountain Road in Mesa will be closed to through traffic between Williams Field and Pecos roads beginning July 13 through September for construction of a new bridge for the future State Route … more
Increased traffic is expected over the holiday weekend in Queen Creek, especially on Rittenhouse and Riggs/Combs roads on Sunday, July 4.  Increased activities in the Town’s … more
Photojournalist Arianna Grainey, a Queen Creek resident, took first place in “Shoot Like Shirley,” a contest for sports photography shot by women under the age of 30. Grainey serves as … more
Litchfield Park-based mobile barber Darryl Brandt has partnered with nonprofit Trevor’s Vision to provide haircuts to the homeless and less fortunate throughout the Valley, but they need help. more
The vulnerabilities of rural Arizona communities to being disconnected from broadband Internet access for inordinate amounts of time have exposed life-and-death scenarios, an inability to develop new … more
Odds are looking good that the Valley will see rainfall this week. more
The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Regional Council appointed Queen Creek Vice Mayor Dawn Oliphant to the MAG Economic Development Committee (EDC). On the committee, Oliphant will … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to be aware of work on the new Lindsay Road Interchange project on the Loop 202 Santan Freeway that will require an overnight ramp closure at … more
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