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Survey shows strong public support for incorporating San Tan Valley as Arizona's newest city
A survey of San Tan Valley residents commissioned by a Pinal County supervisor may bode well for the latest effort to turn the unincorporated community on the far southeastern edge of the Valley into Arizona's newest city.Driving the news: A survey distributed to residents via mail, social media and community centers in December and January showed 46% supported incorporating the city, compared to just 17% who wanted San Tan Valley's current governance system to stay the same.18% wanted to see the community annexed by another city, 10% preferred to create a taxing district for fire services, and 1% supported a...
Scarce Hangar Space Spurs Arizona Development
A new hangar development in Queen Creek, Arizona, is the direct result of personal experience with the lack of hangar availability in the Greater Phoenix area. John Panfil, the CEO of Equity 1000 LLC, a performance-based private equity firm, and developer of Volare Estates at Pegasus Airpark (5AZ3), elaborated on the project’s origins.
Parts of Queen Creek and San Tan Valley are getting a new ZIP code
Recently, the U.S. Postal Service announced that a new ZIP code is coming to the San Tan Valley and Queen Creek area. Only residents affected by the new 8514 ZIP code will be notified of the ...
Firefighter injured while battling early morning house fire in Queen Creek
QUEEN CREEK, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Officials say that a firefighter is recovering after falling through the floor while fighting a fire inside a Queen Creek home Sunday morning. The fire broke out just before 6 a.m. in the 21500 block of east Camacho in Queen Creek. Firefighters say everyone inside the home escaped the blaze before crews arrived. As firefighters worked to contain the flames, one firefighter fell through the floor and sustained minor injuries. The injured firefighter was taken to the hospital as a precaution. It was not immediately clear what caused the firefighter to fall.
Queen Creek says 'shut your lid'
The town of Queen Creek has a message for residents: make sure the lids on your trash and recycling carts are firmly closed. Also, residents should refrain from overfilling trash and
Revitalizing the Entrance Sign: A Collaborative Effort in Apache Junction, Arizona
A group of volunteers in Apache Junction, Arizona has come together to revitalize the area around a well-known monument at the northeast entrance to the city. The area has suffered damage from wildfires over the years, but the group worked with local government and organizations to secure support for the project.
$370K transportation study begun for Apache Junction, Mesa, Queen Creek, Florence
A Maricopa Association of Governments study on transportation plans for an area south of Apache Junction and Mesa includes portions of Queen Creek and Florence. The study area is a large, mostly ...
Barrel racers thriving at Horseshoe Park events
Jill Starkey does not horse around. She started barrel racing horses for the thrill of it at age 6. “I guess I like adrenaline,” said Starkey, now 52, a local resident and co-founder of the Queen Creek Barrel Racing Association, which hosted the Too Broke for Vegas (aka “2 Broke 4 Vegas”) Barrel Race at Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre last weekend.
Schnepf now serving homemade breakfast, lunch on the farm
Carrie Schnepf is showing off her skills in the kitchen as Schnepf Farms is now serving homemade breakfast and lunch out of its Bakery & Country Store each week. While many drive out to the Queen Creek farm to take in the country air and pick some fresh fruit in their U-Pick Garden each weekend, they can now order homemade breakfast and lunch out of the Schnepf Farms Bakery & Country Store from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays. Admission to the farm is always free while there is a charge for some activities.
Join us for a Beer-Lover's Dream Tour of O.H.S.O. Brewery in Downtown Gilbert! 🍻🏢🌇
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? How about joining me for a tour of the O.H.S.O. Brewery in Downtown Gilbert! 🎉🎉. On June 10th at 11:00 AM, we will be taking a guided tour of the Ale & Lager House in historic Downtown Gilbert. 🏢🌇 You'll get to see how this small-batch, handcrafted and award-winning beer is made in their two-story brewery. 🍻🍻
San Tan Valley woman accused of running over her boyfriend
Gloria Gomez allegedly ran her boyfriend over with a car, causing him major injuries, including broken ribs. She was booked into jail and is accused of attempted murder.
Ex-Bistro owner looks to serve town in other ways
After more than 17 years running two restaurants, and with a few decades of experience as a professional chef, Queen Creek resident Blake Mastyk – owner of the popular and always busy Bistro restaurant –is hanging up the spatulas, apron, and crazy hours. “The restaurant business is hard,”...
'Chaotic situation' at Apache Junction apartments: Several shell casings, juveniles fleeing
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. - The Apache Junction Police Department says a "chaotic situation" at an apartment complex involving juveniles has sparked an investigation. At around 9 p.m. on June 2, officers responded to many reports of gunshots at Sonoma Valley Apartments near Royal Palm Road and Old West Highway. When they got there, police say they were met with a "chaotic situation" as several people ran from them.
Gilbert Police Department Urges Victims to Come Forward in Wake of Massage Therapist Arrest
Raul Perez Ochoa was arrested in Gilbert, AZ for alleged sexual offenses committed while working as a massage therapist. He worked at various massage therapy establishments in the East Valley and as a freelance massage therapist. The Gilbert Police Department is urging anyone with information or who may be a victim to contact them.Visit here for more details.
National spelling bee head judge lauds Chandler competitor
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. -- Opal Mishra had a good run in the Scripps National Spelling Bee until she ran into foliage, or rather, 'feuillage.' That was the word that ended ...
Mulch fire smoke moving toward Gilbert, Chandler as fire continues to burn
Although the May 31 mulch fire that began in the East Valley remains contained, the fire is still burning, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. In line with the original estimation of a 24- to 48-hour burn, no other updates were provided by MCSO. On Wednesday, Rural Metro Fire spokesperson Shawn Gilleland said...
The Key to Kindergarten Success: Champion School's Preschool Program
As the 2022-2023 school year comes to a close and children eagerly embrace the summer break, it's crucial to remember that the new academic year will be upon us before we know it. Now is the perfect time to consider the importance of preschool in preparing our young ones for their next big step: kindergarten.
QC recycling center now taking glass containers
Queen Creek has joined with Waste Connections of Arizona and Strategic Materials, Inc., to launch a glass recycling pilot program at the Queen Creek Recycling Center. By adding glass to its list of recycled items, Queen Creek is addressing a difficult material and not backing away from it as some neighboring communities have done.
Bottled Bombshells Drag Brunch: A Glamorous Weekend of Entertainment!
Are you ready for an unforgettable weekend filled with glamour and entertainment? Look no further because I have the perfect event for you! Introducing the Bottled Bombshells Drag Brunch in Gilbert! 🌟
2 Music Makers pianists win top state honors
Two young Ahwatukee musicians, Marysol Martinez and Andrea Leong, of Music Maker Workshops, received the top honors at the Arizona Study Program Competition this month. This statewide piano competition is held annually by the Arizona State Music Teachers Association. The Arizona Study Program started in 1958 to provide a consecutive...
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