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The Town of Queen Creek was once considered the far reaching outskirts of Phoenix, but this small town oasis – now a thriving east valley community – embraces its farming heritage while carefully watching over its growth and development. Business and town leaders seek to preserve the Town’s family-friendly, small-town spirit while providing economic opportunities and a high quality of life for residents.
The City of Mesa kicked off its participation in the 2014 Code for America Fellowship program on Feb. 3.
Chandler’s stranglehold as the Valley’s tech city is getting tighter.
(L-R) ASU President Michael Crow, Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny, Jim Newton, chairman and founder of TechShop, and Mitzi Montoya, Vice Provost and Dean of the College of Technology & Innovation, pose for a photo after the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the grand opening of the ASU Chandler Innovation Center and TechShop Chandler on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014.
The City of Mesa, in partnership with Arizona State University, has opened up a tool for growing businesses looking to take the next step in their development.
A better title for this film might have been "The History of Apple Computers."
Local city officials tout economic development plans, education programs and the will to progress as signs of the potential of the East Valley as a major player on the bioscience sector.
Arizona State University president Michael Crow will join more than a dozen other leaders from several colleges to examine the possible detriments of technological innovations.
A new 279-unit apartment complex in Tempe is attracting potential leasers with innovative amenities and high-tech gadgets.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Luncheon provided the area business collective a look back at its past, as well as a glimpse into the future for area commerce and the organization itself.
The City of Mesa and Arizona State University are partnering on a technology business accelerator site, to be located at the ASU Polytechnic campus, in the southeast part of the city.
Six Chandler Unified School District students will be honored this weekend for qualifying to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, often noted as, “the world’s most prestigious pre-college science competition.”
Ever wonder where the latest gadgets and technology designed to make the world a better place come from?
As staff at the Mesa Arts Center began preparation for its second “Festival of Creativity,” MAC executive director Cindy Ornstein said the group was looking for something to pique their interests — a spark, of sorts.
General Motors will open a new information technology innovation center in the Phoenix suburb of Chandler and begin hiring what will eventually be 1,000 high-tech employees to staff the new location beginning in April, the company announced Wednesday.
The Town of Gilbert is holding a competition for state high school students to design a mobile application with the help of faculty and students at Arizona State University Polytechnic campus.
We are pleased to see that Gov. Brewer has prioritized resources for the implementation of Arizona’s Common Core Standards in her fiscal year 2014 budget.
Parting ways with her own Republican Party, Gov. Jan Brewer today proposed expanding Arizona's Medicaid program to take advantage of the federal Affordable Care Act.
For more than 70 years, Falcon Field has spread its wings in east Mesa to remain in flight and serve not only its own community, but the world.
More than 6,000 students will graduate from Arizona State University this semester.
“That movie would have been infinitely better if it had been shown in 3D.” I cannot speak for the rest of the moviegoing population, but this is one sentence I will never utter walking out of a Cineplex.
The Girls Rule! Foundation, along with ASU’s College of Technology and Innovation in Mesa, will hold its first “teens and women summit” on Dec. 1 at the college campus, 7001 E. Williams Field Road.
South Mountain Community College (SMCC) president Dr. Shari Olson traveled to Washington D.C. this month to a conference focusing on education-based entrepreneurship and innovation.
Construction cranes looming over Intel Corp.’s Ocotillo campus helping assemble a $5.2 billion chip-fabrication plant will employ 1,000 people.
In a changing sector, a business accelerator symposium will be held Wednesday to help aerospace and defense small companies find a new direction to grow.