By Callan Smith | Rose Law Group Reporter Pinal County has seen some big wins such as Nikola Motor Company coming to Coolidge and Lucid
By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder Pinal County will sell $63 million in bonds to fund construction of new county facilities while looking for savings
By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder Three top officials who’ve been in positions that allowed them to become well-acquainted with Pinal County over the last
Arizona City Independent Three top Pinal County officials are in the running to be the next county manager. The Board of Supervisors interviewed candidates behind
By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder After Pinal County supervisors expressed skepticism about a proposal for a new moderate-to-low-density subdivision near Florence, the agent requested
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Saint Holdings AZBigMedia There are nearly 450,000 people living in Pinal County, a mostly rural, sprawling county the size of Connecticut.
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Saint Holdings AZBigMedia Pinal County has long been content to be the buffer between the two major population centers in
Casa Grande Dispatch The House Appropriations Committee voted Tuesday to pass the fiscal year 2020 Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies funding bill, which
By Mark Cowling | Maricopa Montior As thrilled as they are to be doing business in Pinal County, top housing developers say there are never
By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services | Arizona Capitol Times Insisting the state made a “commitment,” a Central Arizona lawmaker and farmers he represents is
Arizona Business Daily Pinal County ranks 191st in trade with $292.18 million in exports in 2017, according to the International Trade Administration (ITA). The ITA
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Data centers are on the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the Coolidge City Council in Pinal County.
By Callan Smith | Rose Law Group Reporter The opportunity zone tax incentive program is taking off, and Pinal County, specifically Casa Grande, is reaping
By Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic Two top former law-enforcement officials in Pinal County won’t face state criminal charges over their questionable use of profits
Maricopa Monitor Pinal County is planning to build a new complex that will house many of its services in one place. The 45,000-square-foot site would
By Rofida Khairalla | Casa Grande Dispatch Despite a recent burglary, government officials and business representatives from around Pinal County filed into the Artisan Village