CASA GRANDE — A community drive-thru medication disposal event is set for Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at Sun Life Center for Children, 1856 E. Florence Blvd.
CASA GRANDE — A school-based recycling program is growing so fast, organizers have created a new Facebook page to unite volunteers and give regular updates.
CASA GRANDE — With a second-place finish at the Arizona Interscholastic Association state qualifier competition on Saturday, the Casa Grande Union High School Cougar Spiritline is headed to state finals.
CASA GRANDE — The start of the new year may seem early to begin thinking about the first day of school, but for families with children entering kindergarten next school year, it’s not too soon to get ready. In fact, many schools hold their kindergarten registration events beginning this month.
CASA GRANDE — A Phoenix man is facing drug charges after police stopped him on Interstate 10 and allegedly found a variety of drugs in the vehicle he was driving.
CASA GRANDE — A Casa Grande man’s attempt to break up a family fight by shooting a gun in the air has him facing charges, authorities said.
CASA GRANDE — A Tucson man is facing drug charges after he was pulled over by Casa Grande Police on Interstate 10 and officers allegedly found 30,000 fentanyl pills and cocaine in the backseat.
FLORENCE — Pharmacies at Fry's and Safeway grocery stores in Pinal County will soon be administering COVID-19 vaccinations to the general public, health officials said.
CASA GRANDE — A volunteer group is hoping more people join its effort to clean up roadside trash and debris on Saturday, Jan. 30.
CASA GRANDE — A Pinal County Superior Court judge who was pulled over on New Year’s Eve by a Casa Grande Police officer is seeking treatment for high blood pressure.
PHOENIX — State Rep. David Cook, R-Globe, has introduced a bill that will help promote growth in Pinal County with existing water safeguards.
CASA GRANDE — David Snider, a longtime public official and civic leader, died early Friday after emergency surgery for a circulatory ailment.
CASA GRANDE — The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program will offer free modified in-person and virtual tax preparation assistance services in Casa Grande beginning in February.
PHOENIX (AP) — The 20-year-old son of Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb has been arrested after toxicology tests showed he was impaired at the time of a 2020 crash in which a bicyclist was severely injured, authorities said.
CASA GRANDE — Bernice Whitaker celebrated her 99th birthday on Jan. 16 surrounded by her friends and the staff at the Copper Sky Assisted Living facility.
SIGNAL PEAK — Evelyn Casuga and Jerry Walker were sworn in as the newest members of the Central Arizona College Governing Board on Tuesday. Casuga was immediately elected to become vice president and David Odiorne president, taking over from board member Dan Miller.
PHOENIX — As Arizona remains the worst state in the nation for the rate of new COVID-19 cases, a public health expert warned Wednesday that more people in the state need to get tested.
CASA GRANDE — The Casa Grande Elementary School District may be repurposing Evergreen Elementary School as a K-8 Center for Online and Innovative Learning because of an enrollment drop in the district.
CASA GRANDE — Carrying Black Lives Matter flags and signs calling for peace, unity and justice, a group gathered in front of Casa Grande City Hall Monday evening for a candlelight vigil in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
CASA GRANDE — The Casa Grande RC Flyers, an Academy of Model Aeronautics award-winning club dedicated to promoting interest in model aviation and assisting area charities, has expanded its board of directors and added to its responsibilities.
CASA GRANDE — An online fundraiser has been started in hopes to relocate burrowing owls to a safe environment as construction continues in Casa Grande.
FLORENCE – A Casa Grande man accused of punching a girl repeatedly in the stomach after finding out she was pregnant with his child has been sentenced to three years of supervised probation.
PHOENIX — First Things First, Arizona’s early childhood agency, has received a $200,000 grant from the PNC Foundation to provide support to child care programs seeking health and safety guidance as they work to operate safely during the COVID-19 pandemic, a press release from the organization said.
CASA GRANDE — A 20-year-old Phoenix man led Casa Grande Police officers on a chase through town, jumping curbs and driving erratically before crashing his stolen truck into a power pole in a field.
FLORENCE — If the federal government makes any further CARES Act payments to local governments for expenses related to COVID-19, Pinal County is asking for fairness.
FLORENCE — Just about everyone wants the new COVID-19 vaccine, or at least that’s how it looks in Pinal County. Public Health staff had received over 4,000 calls in the last couple of days, Director Tascha Spears said.
CASA GRANDE — Proponents of a plan to install shower services for the homeless and less fortunate say they hold no grudges after their request for a special use permit was denied by the Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission.
CASA GRANDE — Two Casa Grande Union High School District students have been named January Students of the Month by the Casa Grande Rotary Club. They are:
CASA GRANDE — While there may be a few fans of folded paper maps still out there, for many who enjoy road warrioring in a recreational vehicle, a GPS navigation system is a must-have tool.
CASA GRANDE — “Zombie” subdivisions across Casa Grande are being brought back to life as homes continue to be built and the population is projected to grow significantly.
FLORENCE — The attorneys for a Casa Grande teen accused of manslaughter are trying to get her case remanded back to a grand jury.