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Mesa Music Festival connects musicians, industry pros April 18-20

Mesa Music Festival connects musicians, industry pros April 18-20

Seventh annual event returns to downtown Mesa. This free event will include over 250 performances spanning multiple genres and is open to music lovers of all ages this week.
Mom, Interrupted: Is it a column or is it cake?

Mom, Interrupted: Is it a column or is it cake?

Don’t ask twice, Netflix, give me a fork and I’ll tell you!
Hospice nurse plays instrumental role in patient’s joy

Hospice nurse plays instrumental role in patient’s joy

Stuart Brown is one of those people. But as illness began to limit his mobility, the 81-year-old relinquished the thought of ever attending a live concert again. That’s when his Hospice of the Valley nurse secretly reached out to the Phoenix Symphony with a request to hold a small private concert in his Scottsdale home.
ADOT marks Work Zone Awareness Week April 15-19

ADOT marks Work Zone Awareness Week April 15-19

Work zones are temporary. Actions behind the wheel can last forever.
Register now for April 20 QC Recycles event

Register now for April 20 QC Recycles event

Town residents can register for the QC Recycles event at QueenCreekAZ.gov/RecycleEvents. Those who register by Monday, April 15 will receive a Fast Pass via email 48 hours before the event to get through the event as quickly as possible.
Despite slight slowdown in March home sales, optimism remains for strong April showing

Despite slight slowdown in March home sales, optimism remains for strong April showing

Trend lines follow normal patterns even though some figures are lower month over month and year over year.
No Bull: 78-acre dude ranch for sale in Arizona

No Bull: 78-acre dude ranch for sale in Arizona

This estate encompasses 77.25 fenced acres of Ponderosa Pine forest, seven residential homes, barn and equestrian facilities, helicopter pad, fishing pond, tree house, gazebo and large maintenance garage.
Queen Creek’s Recreation & Aquatic Center 'tops off' as construction continues

Queen Creek’s Recreation & Aquatic Center 'tops off' as construction continues

It will be located at the new Frontier Family Park, a 85-acre park with a variety of amenities. It will feature an inclusive play area, 5-acre fishing lake, lighted ball fields, picnic areas, splash pad, basketball and volleyball courts. New amenities include 24 pickleball courts and a 1.5-mile multi-use path that will span the perimeter of the park. Save the date for the ribbon cutting and grand opening on June 8.
Eastmark High's DECA opens student-led store

Eastmark High's DECA opens student-led store

Bird’s Nest was created to allow marketing students a place to apply what they learn in class to real-world situations. Through hands-on involvement in every aspect of the store's operations, students gain insights into business management, finance and customer relations.
Over Easy's annual fundraiser to benefit Valley organizations throughout April

Over Easy's annual fundraiser to benefit Valley organizations throughout April

The Queen Creek location is at 21152 E. Rittenhouse Road, Suite 102. Over Easy’s second Queen Creek restaurant is set to open in mid-2024 at Gantzel and Combs roads.