Casa Grande’s Best Days Are Still Ahead of Us

by David A. Fitzgibbons III, Partner, Fitzgibbons Law Offices Among the many takeaways from our bout with the coronavirus is this: The future defies prediction. However, while we cannot predict the future, we can exert some degree of control over what we believe will happen and what we are going to do with that belief. … Read More…

Discover Downtown’s Doors to Local History

by Holly Rakoci, Director, Casa Grande Main Street Casa Grande Main Street’s commitment to historical preservation, while also serving as an excellent method to cultivate community engagement, fosters the education of residents and non-residents about the unique history of Casa Grande.  What used to be a somewhat well-known piece of historical information by those who … Read More…

Kearny Little League Gives Back to its Hometown Grocery

by Blake Herzog  Workers at grocery stores and other “essential businesses” have been getting widespread recognition during the Covid-19 pandemic as frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic. But one gesture of support still caught Norm Warren of Norm’s Hometown Grocery in Kearny by surprise.  “It came at a perfect time. Very uplifting. Our customers give … Read More…

Maricopa Students Take a Break to Learn Lifesaving Skills

by Nathan Ullyot, CPRP Director of Community Services, City of Maricopa The importance of water safety is always at the forefront of people’s minds as summer approaches. Unfortunately, drownings continue to occur despite increased awareness. Global Water and the City of Maricopa have partnered with Maricopa Unified School District to combat these preventable tragedies by … Read More…

Regenerating Superior: Group Distributes Weekend Meals to Families

by Blake Herzog A community-based group in Superior is providing weekend meals to schoolchildren through the remainder of the academic year and working with St. Mary’s Food Bank to extend the program through the summer months.  Chris Casillas is executive director of Regenerating Sonora, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to begin “regenerative development” in … Read More…

COVID-19 Will Not Stop Eloy’s Progress

by Joel Belloc, Mayor, City of Eloy Dear Eloy and Pinal County residents: As I write this, we continue to face numerous  COVID-19 challenges. It is my sincerest wish that we all make it through safely. During this time, the City’s goals were and are to keep our residents and staff safe while supporting Eloy’s … Read More…