It was only a matter of time before Jeff Markle became part of the Queen Creek Unified family: The rest of his own family already is.
Help has arrived for Mesa students lost in the real-world job market.
East Valley restaurants are participating in what’s become a biannual event for foodies – Arizona Restaurant Week – and the Barrio Queen is giving Queen Creek a presence in it.
Lennar Arizona earlier this month paid over $42.5 million for 90 acres of land on the southwest corner of Meridian and Queen Creek roads to expand its Madera development.
The average sale price of a single-family house in Queen Creek has increased 60% in two years and while home prices likely will continue to rise, mortgage rates and an apparent cooling in demand may spe…
Junk-Rite, a Gilbert junk-removal and hauling service, is taking the phrase “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” to the next level.
Tamara Becker’s experience as educator has not only spanned a variety of positions but also covered just about every kind of education venue there is – from traditional and charter schools to online and…
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The Verde Valley Wine Festival returns for its fifth year on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30, in Cottonwood, promoting and celebrating the region’s wine production.
Gilbert Public Schools Secondary Art Show will be on display during May 3-17 at HD SOUTH, Home of the Gilbert Historical Museum.
Chandler Museum, 300 S. Chandler Village Drive, Chandler is offering a variety of free programs next month as well as a new exhibit.
Everyone has their own way of showing their emotions, but for artists, that expression turns into a visual representation that viewers can feel as well.
An Ocotillo landmark restaurant is open again after shutting down for a little more than a month to make some upgrades.
When COVID-19 shut the world down in 2020, mere months into Chuck Montgomery’s tenure as executive director of the Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting, he didn’t panic. In fact, he viewed it as a chanc…
The expansive growth of the southeast Valley has created opportunities for administrators, c…
Basketball was the way of life for Ryan Whitehorse growing up in Page, a small northern Ariz…
Sitting near his Salt River Fields locker, D-backs reliever Noé Ramirez is chill.
Through the mists of memory comes this observation from the now-retired Washington Post columnist Robert J. Samuelson: “When one side deliberately distorts and misstates the arguments of the other, the …
She served as Maricopa County Attorney for 900 days, the first woman to hold the office.