East Valley Tribune

Millions of dollars ride on E. Mesa vote

After months of public meetings, the massive Hawes Crossing development is heading toward a vote by the Mesa City Council in January, with only one member opposing it and millions of dollars riding on the decision.

Hospice nurse learns ‘backstory’ of Mesa icon

When Bessie Medigovich visited her beloved patient, Wayne Pomeroy, shortly before he died in April, the Hospice of the Valley nurse had no idea the affable 98-year-old was a bona fide Mesa icon.

12K’s of Christmas a holiday is a treat for pets and people

Pets, Christmas and exercise are the order of the day next Saturday as the 11th annual Fulton Homes 12K’s of Christmas takes place.

Mesa schools get $4M in state bonus payments

Mesa Public Schools is receiving roughly $4 million in additional funding through bonuses from the state Education Department for individual schools’ overall performances on last year’s AzMERIT tests. 

Partnership to honor 2 Mesa firms at economic forum

Two Mesa families who not only built successful businesses but also have been praised for their enormous contributions to the city and the region will be honored Tuesday during the PHX East Valley Partnership’s PHX East Valley Thought Leader Forum.

Pot shop’s bouquets can keep bride high on love

A Mesa medical marijuana dispensary is allowing brides to create original and unique bouquets with leaves from cannabis plants.

Blacks have been devastated by groups, programs meant to help them

Through July 9 of this year, 2,090 people have been shot in Chicago. How many of those victims were shot by cops? Nine.

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