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The Mesa City Council has a new face on it this month. Kevin Thompson was elected to fill Scott Somers’ seat representing District 6.
Super Bowl Sunday and the week heading into it are expected to increase consumer spending exponentially and not just in the region surrounding University of Phoenix Stadium.
Recently inaugurated Gov. Doug Ducey reiterated points about education and economic reform made at his State of the State address during the 2015 East Valley Breakfast with the Governor on Jan. 14.
PHOENIX -- Insisting it will protect individual rights and create better citizens, the House and Senate voted Thursday to make Arizona the first state in the nation to require students to pass a civics test to graduate.
If your lunch break doesn’t occur near Mesa’s main drag, you may never know what your tastebuds are missing. Sample cuisine from several downtown eateries at Taste of Downtown Mesa.
Every day, nearly 800,000 police officers around the country get up, put on a uniform, and go to work. But their work is different. Their work is life and death. On average, between 105 and 203 officers die in the line of duty annually, 50,000 officers are assaulted in the line of duty, 14,000 officers are injured in the line of duty, and more than 300 officers commit suicide. In 2014 six Arizona officers lost their lives while on duty. Dozens more were shot at. Every day, they put their lives on the line so that we can safely go to work and to school and to the store. On behalf of the businesses in the East Valley, we want to say “thank you.”
Administrators, business owners and residents alike are gearing up for big changes and new sights and sounds across the city in 2015
What should East Valley residents expect from the local and state economies in the near future? One forecaster estimates a little sluggishness in the next 12 months followed by much stronger growth in the years following.
Downtown Mesa restaurants, or the lack thereof, are becoming a focal point as a couple of initiatives are moving to attract new eateries to the area. Getting more choices for food along the new light rail corridor is a popular goal among those concerned about the economic good of the sector.
From left, Joe Siggs, Arizona Farm Bureau government relations; Scott Smith, former Mesa Mayor; Mesa Mayor John Giles; Otto Shill, Mesa Chamber of Commerce Government Council chair; Tony Rivero, recently elected to the state House of Representatives; state Sen. Bob Worsley; and state Sen. Adam Driggs stand at a Republican immigration reform press conference at Mesa Arts Center on Nov. 19, 2014.