Mesa retail building to house import business

The buyer of a retail building at 460 N. Country Club in Mesa plans to run an import business at the location. Jeff Adams, NAI Horizon senior vice president, represented the buyer and the seller in the $1.4 million acquisition of the freestanding building. AZIZ, an Arizona limited liability company in Tempe, purchased the 32,400-square-foot […]

Vendors sought for Jan. 8 Apache Junction/Gold Canyon senior expo

The inaugural Apache Junction/Gold Canyon senior expo is 9 a.m.-noon Tuesday, Jan. 8, at the Superstition Mountain Campus of Central Arizona College, 805 S. Idaho Road in Apache Junction. The free event will give local residents a chance to connect with vendors and community groups. Entertainment is also planned. The event will be presented by […]

Solley receives Economic Development Designation recertification

Janine Solley, economic development director for the city of Apache Junction, has been awarded re-certification by the International Economic Development Council. Achieving the Certified Economic Developer Designation in 2015, Ms. Solley’s certification is effective Jan. 1, 2019, according to a press release. The awarded recertification is required every three years. She received the status after […]

Horizon Health and Wellness CEO retires

Horizon Health and Wellness, which includes clinics in Apache Junction and Queen Creek, announced Wednesday, Nov. 21 the retirement of its CEO Norman E. Mudd, effective at the end of the year. A farewell dinner and tribute will be Monday, Dec. 3 to honor a man who dedicated 30 years of his life to develop […]

Senior expo sponsorships available for Jan. 8 event in Apache Junction

The Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Senior Expo on Tuesday, Jan. 8, will be hosted at Central Arizona College, Superstition Mountain Campus, 805 S. Idaho Road in Apache Junction. There will be plenty of parking, easy access for seniors and classes will not be in session at the college, according to a release. “Apache Junction and […]

Wells Fargo branches in Apache Junction join food collection effort

Wells Fargo and St. Mary’s Food Bank are collaborating this holiday season to collect non-perishable food items for those in need. Last year, more than 9,800 pounds of non-perishable food items were delivered to local food banks and pantries, providing almost 8,200 meals, according to a release. This year’s drive began this week and continues through […]

Businesses sought to help with annual toy drive

Arizona Tiremen Services is hosting its seventh annual toy drive for local children and families. “Each year we challenge local businesses to collect the most food, (new) clothing, gift cards and (new) toys to benefit a local charity,” according to a release. The items are to be donated to the Community Alliance Against Family Abuse […]

Register by Dec. 1 for ‘Light the Trail’ holiday decorating competition

The Apache Junction Focal Point and Tourism Committee wants to make the city the go-to place for viewing Christmas lights during the holiday season. It is hosting the Light the Trail 2018 AJ holiday light and decorating competition, which is open to all Apache Junction businesses and organizations. Entry is free. Each entrant submits up […]

Apache Junction mobile home park to be sold in online and live auction

A gated 55,000-square-foot mobile home park at 153 and 211 N. Ocotillo Drive in Apache Junction is to be sold in an auction. Cunningham Partners LLC is marketing the property, according to a release. Online bidding began Nov. 8. The live auction will begin at noon Dec. 5 at Clear Title Agency, 4864 E. Baseline Road […]

Apache Junction chamber seeking new president/CEO

Mike Eastwood is no longer president and chief executive officer of the Superstition Region Chamber of Commerce, formerly known as the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce, according to a release. “Effective immediately, Mike Eastwood is no longer the CEO and president of the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce,” Steve Byfield, Superstition Region Chamber of Commerce […]