Recreation Center Approval

Final approval was given Monday night for planning and preconstruction services for the proposed community recreation center. As he did during initial approval, Councilman Dick Powell voted against. For more on this announcement, visit

Bob Huddleston announces run for Casa Grande City Council

Bob Huddleston, former Casa Grande police chief, has filed for a seat on the City Council. Three seats are open for the August primary election. Incumbents Lisa Fitzgibbons and Mary Kortsen have filed for reelection. Incumbent Karl Montoya has so far not made a decision. Huddleston joins Donna McBride and David Snider as challengers. For more on this announcement, visit


Widening of Interstate 10 from State Route 87 to Picacho Peak and from Early Road to Interstate 8 are on the Arizona Department of Transportation’s suggested list for quicker timelines. The State Route 347 railroad overpass in Maricopa city is also on the list. You have your chance to comment.


Casa Grande is seeking bids to provide LED-illuminated street signs at major intersections.


Future city leaders need to look ahead to consider situations ranging from quality of life to the work mindset of millennials, Mayor Bob Jackson said during his 2016 State of the City address.


The City Council has given final approval to buying 40 acres of land that will allow eventual construction of a new Peart trailhead for Casa Grande Mountain, replacing the one now located on leased property.


One of the subjects Mayor Bob Jackson touched on during his State of the City 2016 address is the Arizona Legislature and its bills that affect the ability of cities to do their jobs. That includes a proposal to allow guns in public buildings unless there is a security system, something that could cost Casa … Read More…


A lengthy report on discussion by the Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission about the need for a traffic signal on East Florence Boulevard in the Cacheris Court area — where four pedestrian have been killed while trying to run across the road — is posted at


Mayor Bob Jackson touched on several issues during his State of the City 2016 address Wednesday. Among them were PhoenixMart and Casa Grande Performance Institute, also known as Grande Sports World. Initial stories are posted at


During an interview with CG News about Casa Grande hoping to obtain an adaptive traffic lights system that would bring coordination of seven signals along the most heavily traveled part of Florence Boulevard, city Traffic Engineer Duane Eitel said, “We’ll see what it costs per signal when we get the bid, but I’m thinking $250,000 … Read More…