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MCC athletics partner with Mesa Youth Sports for week-long camp

The start of school also marks the beginning of the fall sports season for all students alike. What better way for the younger generation to...

United Food Bank freezer turned on again; donations still needed

Following the breakdown last Tuesday of its main freezer, Mesa-based United Food Bank has received amazing support from the community and local businesses, generating...

Inspiring educational setting: AAEC Early College High School opens in MCC...

The next step toward creation of a new opportunity for high school students in Mesa was taken this week when students at Arizona Agribusiness...

MCC student finishes grandfather’s dream, writes a children’s book

The death of a loved one can affect people in various ways, but for Mesa Community College men's basketball player Malique Washington it inspired...

Seton rings in 2017-18 school year with new house system

Seton Catholic Preparatory not only welcomed 581 students back to school on Aug. 9, but also ushered in a new tradition in the school’s...

ArtVille renovations begin at i.d.e.a. Museum in downtown Mesa

The i.d.e.a. Museum in downtown Mesa begins a revamping of ArtVille – its colorful, imaginative town for little ones to discover art and nurture...

EVIT Female Automotive Technician Scholarship winner announced

Mesa-based 88.7FM Wrench Nation Car Talk Radio Show and East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) announced the winner of their Female Automotive Technician Scholarship:...

Mesa-based United Food Bank needs donations after freezer breakdown

On Monday, United Food Bank lost approximately 21,650 pounds of nutritious frozen food due to a compressor break in the main freezer of its...

MPS students go back to school

Today was the start of the 2017-18 school year for Mesa Public Schools and the cameras where clicking away as parents at Wilson Elementary...

Mesa’s Save the Family receives $150K grant to support housing, services...

Save the Family Foundation of Mesa has received a $150,000 grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust to assist 100 additional homeless families...