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The 2020 primary election Aug. 4 included candidates for three Queen Creek Town Council seats. Votes cast for council according to unofficial results posted at 9:47 p.m. in Pinal County with … more
Discussion and consultation with the town's attorney for legal advice regarding sponsorship contact for the Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Center is a topic of the Aug. 5 closed-door executive … more
The Arizona Supreme Court in a 6-1 opinion affirmed the Arizona Corporation Commission’s constitutional authority to appoint an interim manager for public service companies under the regulatory … more
An amendment to a project order with Dibble Engineering for up to $172,365 for additional design services associated with Town Center infrastructure improvements has been approved by the Queen Creek … more
A professional services contract with Sisu Global for project management and engineering consulting services was recently approved by the Queen Creek Town Council. The Town Council on July 15 … more
An $80,000 contract with Sentinel Technologies for infrastructure and network equipment for Queen Creek’s new police department was recently approved by the Town Council. “This … more
A design contract of up to $756,428 has been approved with Carollo Engineers for the completion of a 2021 comprehensive utility master plan in Queen Creek. The Queen Creek Town Council on July 15 … more
The first six months of calendar year 2020 has been more devastating to the Arizona restaurant industry than any other event that came before it, industry experts agree. “I have been in … more
The Superintendent of the Florence Unified School District, Chris Knutsen, has been named the August 2020 Queen Creek Hometown Hero by Independent Newsmedia. Mr. Knutson was nominated by Jeanine … more
The victim of a recent car crash in Mesa was rescued thanks to the quick actions of SRP Substation Troubleman John Boyle. Mr. Boyle, who lives in Queen Creek, was performing a line patrol … more
As droves of Valley students start the 2020-21 school year this fall among the global pandemic of 2020, Arizona school districts move forward independently with no two plans alike. more
Dr. Robyn Jaynes has been selected to lead Maricopa County Animal Care and Control as the new director beginning Monday, Aug. 10. more
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took reports on the following driving under the influence incidents in the Queen Creek area July 16-20: • Driving under the influence of alcohol, … more
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of burglaries in the Queen Creek area July 16-20: Burglary at business, reported at 11:35 a.m. July 16 in the 24900 block of … more
Dr. Robyn Jaynes is selected to lead Maricopa County Animal Care and Control as the new director whose first day will be Aug. 10. more
Years of experience in the private and public sectors, from teaching to owning a small business, serving on commissions and boards, and working in urban planning will help the community prepare for … more
The Internal Revenue Service announces its annual “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams involving aggressive and evolving schemes related to coronavirus tax relief, including economic impact payments. more
Maricopa County has secured a recently vacated building in downtown Phoenix to provide nighttime heat relief for people experiencing homelessness. more
A new partnership between the Area Agency on Aging and the City of Phoenix called "Hi Neighbor" will offer weekly telephone reassurance calls for emotional and social support for older adults who may be isolated, feeling anxious and alone and unable to connect with regular visitors. more
A tree and plant nursery can continue to operate in a residential zone, the Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission decided recently. John Reddell had sought the renewal of a conditional use … more
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