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With the hustle and bustle of over 80,000 students, workers, and faculty at Arizona State University — one of the nation’s largest universities — making it through one day without waste is nearly impossible.
The City of Mesa Solid Waste Management Department is currently accepting applications for its popular Clean Sweep/Green Sweep Program.
The East Valley Lutheran Thrift Shop has been through its share of growing pains over the years.
A recent decision by the Mesa City Council will lead to a bit of an increase on three utilities for Mesa residents beginning next month.
NEW YORK — You can recycle your waste, grow your own food and drive a fuel-efficient car. But being socially responsible isn't so easy when it comes to the clothes on your back.
Mesa’s Solid Waste Management Department has set up four temporary locations for residents to recycle election campaign signs.
If you are currently out of the work force or looking for a new job, there are hundreds of employers looking for workers in the Valley. We found these 10 companies and more on Indeed.com , simplyhired.com and jobing.com.
NEW YORK — During the next presidential debate, the candidates will be pondering the important questions of our time. But the most controversial may be "Sausage or pepperoni?"
The Gilbert Public Works director has retired and the water director has been dismissed after the town began investigating why one of its water treatment plants failed to fluoridate the water.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Energy Department on Wednesday approved two loan guarantees worth more than $1 billion for solar energy projects in Nevada and Arizona, two days before the expiration date of a program that has become a rallying cry for Republican critics of the Obama administration's green energy program.
Here's a side effect of the recession: With people buying less, garbage cans in California are emptier these days.
The wild-eyed parents circling the mall parking lots today aren't the only shoppers facing a fast-approaching deadline.
Office holiday parties, one of the first things to face the budget-cutting ax when the recession started, are making a comeback.
Companies that once went abroad to manufacture or source materials are now starting to look closer to home. as they encounter the challenge of trying to do things more cheaply abroad.
VENTURA, Calif. - For 15 years, people have sniffed the tree-free paper products made by EcoPaper Inc. to see if they smell like the bananas they're made from.
The capping process has now begun at the Queen Creek landfill that closed in May 2007, according to a town statement.
Hunter Mahan has been one of the most successful golfers not to win a tournament the last two years. That's not the case anymore. Mahan came from four strokes back to win the Phoenix Open by a shot over Rickie Fowler on Sunday in a 1-2 finish for former Oklahoma State players.
OMAHA, Neb. - Billionaire Warren Buffett spent Saturday praising the decisions U.S. officials made to right the economy in the midst of a "financial hurricane" and defending the ones he made to help his company navigate the storm.
If a soup kitchen line is the lasting image of the Great Depression, then the job fair line is beginning to serve that purpose for the current recession.
ROCKDALE, Ill. - A holding tank at a Caterpillar facility in a Chicago suburb broke Sunday, spilling about 65,000 gallons of oil sludge and contaminating a 3-mile section of the Des Plaines River, officials said.
Debra White’s argument (“University construction bill a waste of taxpayers money,” Opinion 2, Wednesday) against HB2211, the Higher Education Budget Reconciliation Act, exemplifies the type of thinking that will impair the future of our children, state and nation. She says that the 66,000 students who attend Arizona State University — the vast majority of them residents of the state — don’t deserve to be educated in facilities that are in good repair and up to current safety code.