Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office looking for more child victims of Queen Creek suspect

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying any additional potential child victims of suspect 41-year-old David Legg of Queen Creek, who was booked on Feb. 13 on 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor that occurred in Maricopa County. He also was booked on an outstanding felony arrest warrant […]

Queen Creek law enforcement agreement before supervisors May 22

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on May 22 is to vote on the law enforcement agreement between the sheriff’s office and the Town of Queen Creek. The meeting begins at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Supervisors’ Auditorium, 205 W. Jefferson in Phoenix. The annualized value of the agreement for FY 2019 is $7,124,083.48, subject […]

Free breakfast, lunch for all under 18 offered by Queen Creek school district

The Queen Creek Unified School District’s child nutrition department is offering a summer feeding program starting May 28. All children 18 and under are welcome to eat breakfast and lunch at no charge. The meals will be offered at the Queen Creek Boys and Girls Club, 22557 S. Ellsworth Road. Breakfast will be 7:30-8:30 a.m. […]

Town Hall for Johnson Utilities wastewater customers May 23 in San Tan Valley

A town hall meeting has been scheduled to hear from residents of San Tan Valley regarding Johnson Utilities LLC on its wastewater treatment plant and related items. The town hall starts at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at the Central Arizona College, San Tan Valley Campus, 3736 E. Bella Vista Rod. The purpose of the […]

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approve tentative $2.57 billion FY 2020 budget, including EV animal shelter

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on May 20 approved a tentative $2.57 billion budget for fiscal year 2020. “This fiscally responsible and sustainable budget keeps the tax rate steady for our residents while investing in the kinds of technology and infrastructure that works to serve citizens better,” Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates, District […]

Queen Creek Fire and Medical recognizes Kimberly Key for her life-saving efforts

At the May 15 Town Council meeting, Queen Creek Recreation Technician Kimberly Key was recognized by the Queen Creek Fire and Medical Department for her life-saving efforts. “Kimberly’s swift action and calm demeanor helped one of our senior-program participants when she became unresponsive,” Deputy Fire Chief Andy Marlar said in a release. “Immediate CPR can […]

Queen Creek area roadway restrictions for May 19-26 include Cloud Road

Queen Creek area roadway restrictions for May 19-26 include: Cloud Road eastbound and westbound lane shift between Rittenhouse Road and Crismon Road for water and sewer line install, 24-hour thorough July 30. Market Place Drive full closure at 187th Street for utility work, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. through June 30. Rittenhouse Road northbound lane shift at […]

Star Students recognized by Queen Creek Town Council

Six local middle and high school students were recognized by the Queen Creek Town Council at the May 15 Star Students ceremony. The Star Students program recognizes students who are helpful and considerate of others while demonstrating good citizenship. Teachers at participating schools nominate students to be recognized during the ceremony, according to a release. […]

Central Arizona College plans live new-student orientations via Blackboard

Central Arizona College students now have a new way to complete new-student orientation via a live session in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. The new online orientations are designed for anyone with questions about navigating the college experience. An orientation team will answer student questions in a live format from multiple campus locations, according to a release. […]

Queen Creek town offices closed May 27

The Town of Queen Creek offices and Recreation Annex will close on Monday, May 27, in observation of Memorial Day. This closure will not impact any public safety or emergency services. If you have a water, sewer or streets emergency during the closure, call 480-358-3131. Trash and recycling services will not be impacted by the […]