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By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously appointed Jack Sellers to the open supervisor position representing the East Valley. On Feb.
AZBigMedia The Greater Phoenix retail real estate market began 2018 with impressive sales and leasing but closed out the year with a relatively flat
By Jim Headley | InMaricopa The Maricopa Planning and Zoning Commission approved a one-year extension of the preliminary plat of Tortosa Trails, a planned area
Queen Creek Independent The Queen Creek General Plan update, approved by voters in mid-2018, serves as the town’s roadmap to guide development, manage growth
With more than 40 projects to choose from in our 2018 Deal of the Year competition, our judges had to put in overtime to
By Austen Bundy | Cronkite News Mayoral candidates Kate Gallego and Daniel Valenzuela squared off Tuesday night at the Burton Barr Library, discussing such
By Brandon Brown |Phoenix Business Journal New legislation introduced at the Arizona Capitol Wednesday could change the state’s “unfair tax code” and make online retailers
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via PinalCentral State Rep. Kelly Townsend, whose district includes San Tan Valley, says she knows her phone is
By Kyle Swensen | Washington Post In a ruling that could have a tremendous impact on millions of Americans, a federal judge in Washington D.C.
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Phoenix Rising Football Club in its discussions with Scottsdale.) Via Your Valley (Photo Courtesy of Scottsdale Unified School District) The
By Symone Strong | Builder A passion for public service has been ingrained in Sheryl Palmer’s way of life since age 16, when she worked
Field workers cut Swiss chard, bringing the produce to workers who sort good plants from bad. Good plants are boxed and sent to market, while