Event provides conversation and Coffee with a Cop

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office District 6 – Queen Creek invites the community to meet deputies, build relationships and drink coffee. Coffee with a Cop is a free community event and will be 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 23, at the Queen Creek Olive Mill, 25062 S. Meridian Road. In addition to providing an opportunity for residents […]

QC realtor Bob Adelfson earns certification specializing in divorce real estate

Bob Adelfson of JK Realty in Gilbert has earned the Real Estate Collaboration Specialist-Divorce designation. Mr. Adelfson is trained to neutralize divorce real estate as a business transaction in the best interest of the house and each divorcing spouse, according to a press release. He will lead the divorce real estate team, serving as project […]

Group matches those who served in the military with suitable careers

The Arizona Corporate Council on Veteran Careers matches transitioning military service members and veterans with suitable professions. Formed in 2016, the group’s goal is to enhance opportunities for those who’ve served to have careers suiting their talents. More than 20 companies and organizations are involved in efforts of recruiting, hiring, and retaining veterans in the […]

$6.3 million for MCSO, 42 other items of $25,000 and up before Queen Creek council

A total of 43 items costing more than $25,000 – including $116,050 for fire department 911 dispatch services from Mesa and $6,350,816 for law enforcement from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office – are to be voted on in a consent agenda at the June 20 Queen Creek Town Council meeting. The meeting begins at 5:30 […]

$530,000 for legal services to be considered at June 20 Queen Creek Town Council meeting

A one-year Dickinson Wright PLLC legal services contract not to exceed $530,000 is slated to be voted on in a consent agenda at the Wednesday, June 20, meeting of the Queen Creek Town Council. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. and public hearings are held after 7 p.m. The meeting is in the Community Chambers, […]

Thousands of teens take new MVD driving test online

Teenagers hoping to get their learners permit have been flocking to a new online test option introduced earlier this year by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division. About 23,000 online tests have been taken since the test’s introduction in March through May. “To average nearly 8,000 online tests a month is phenomenal,” Jennifer […]

After you ‘Pull Aside, Stay Alive,’ what comes next?

You know not to drive into the towering wall of dust. And if a dust channel whips across a highway and engulfs your vehicle, the mantra “Pull Aside, Stay Alive” can lead drivers to safety. But even after pulling aside, one of the most important actions must still be taken – turn off the lights. […]

Town helps motorists map out travel plans during road work

Drivers in Queen Creek should watch out for several road restrictions over the next week at more than a dozen locations throughout town. According to the latest town updates, road improvements, utility work and other projects will affect traffic at the following locations: Ellsworth Road northbound and southbound lane shifts will be required between the […]

More than 400 Valley residents using Waymo’s self-driving vehicles

Not everyone’s trip to the grocery store is historic. It is, though, for more than 400 Valley residents who have had access to Waymo’s self-driving vehicles for the last year, according to a release. Waymo, formerly Google’s self-driving car project, is the only company with a fleet of fully autonomous cars on public roads. The […]

Arizona D-backs to have Father’s Day festivities at Sunday game against the Mets

The Arizona Diamondbacks will celebrate Father’s Day this Sunday, June 17 with an afternoon game against New York Mets at 1:10 p.m. at Chase Field. The first 15,000 dads will receive a D-backs Father’s Day Hawaiian shirt. Dads are also invited to run the bases after the game, along with kids 15 and younger, according […]