East Valley Archives

Arizona’s Children Association hosting job fair

Children's Museum of Phoenix

The Arizona’s Children Association (AzCA) is hiring a range of case managers, physicians and clinicians in the East Valley to join its existing team of 600 full-time, part-time on-call and relief staff. Employees of AzCA help serve more than 42,000 foster children, individuals and families in all 15 counties in the state via a variety of programs.… Read More →

Pieceful Solutions hosts camps for autistic kids

Educational Partnership - Maricopa Community Colleges & University of Phoenix

Summer’s almost here, and Pieceful Solutions will host a summer camp for school-aged children, especially for those on the autism spectrum who seek structure and routine. Pieceful Solutions, which operates three East Valley schools for students on the autism spectrum, is holding “Camp Discovery 2016” Summer Camps to help children and teens enjoy their time off from… Read More →

Fulton Homes opens newest East Valley community


Fulton Homes has announced the opening of its newest East Valley community, Warner Groves at Morrison Ranch. Located in Gilbert just off the 202 near the intersection of East Warner Road and South Higley Road, Morrison Ranch consist of 103 lots and features six new Fulton Homes floor plans ranging in size from 1600 square… Read More →

Report: East Valley hotbed of leasing activity

East Valley
by in AZRE Magazine

Known for its pro-business climate, high quality of life, diversified economy with a skilled workforce, robust infrastructure and public-private collaboration, the PHX East Valley region continues to experience significant growth fueled by emerging local business and national corporate relocations. Comprised of the cities of Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, Apache Junction and Queen Creek, the region offers a… Read More →

East Valley Partnership will host SRP forum on water

Water Conservation, City of Phoenix

East Valley Partnership, a coalition of civic, business, educational and political leaders dedicated to the economic development and promotion of the East Valley of Greater Phoenix, is hosting a Salt River Project lunch forum, “Keeping Water Flowing” beginning at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, June 9 at Tempe Mission Palms Hotel, located at 60 E. 5th St.… Read More →

East Valley cities come together over startup culture

The definition of a startup depends on who’s answering. The general consensus does seem to be a new, small company. The threshold of being a startup and a young business can be defined by revenue, company size, an acquisition or a new office space. What’s more important, experts say, is the environment that comes with… Read More →

East Valley Partnership hosts Statesperson’s Luncheon

East Valley Partnership

The East Valley Partnership, a business advocacy group dedicated to improve business and quality of life in the East Valley region of Greater Phoenix, is hosting the Statesperson’s Luncheon at noon on Monday, March 30 at the East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) located at 1601 W. Main Street in Mesa, Ariz. Attendees of the… Read More →

Ronald McDonald House Completes $2.1M Capital Campaign

Final Rendering

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix has completed a two-year, $2.1 million fund-raising campaign to cover all construction, furnishing and decorating expenses for the Valley’s third Ronald McDonald House and the first in the East Valley. Renovation has begun on the 12,600 square foot former health care facility on the campus of Cardon Children’s Medical… Read More →

Banner Children’s Academy to open in Tempe


Students with autism, emotional and learning disabilities will have a new place to learn this fall when a nationally-accredited school, specifically established for their needs, moves to a larger, more expansive location in the East Valley. Banner Children’s Academy of Education & Development, a newly named school operated by Banner Behavioral Health in Scottsdale, opens… Read More →

CORE Institute Opens 5th Physical Therapy Location

The CORE Institute

To support its growth and complement their orthopedic practice in the East Valley, The CORE Institute announced it has opened a new Physical Therapy location on the Banner Desert Medical Center campus at 1450 S. Dobson Rd. Suite A-302 in Mesa. “The CORE Institute is excited to expand our physical therapy services to effectively serve… Read More →

Maracay Homes Opens 14th New Community for 2013


Maracay Homes celebrates the opening of two new East Valley neighborhoods at the Bridges of Gilbert master-planned community in Gilbert this month, where all-new floor plans with thoughtfully designed features await buyers eager to purchase a home in one of metro Phoenix’s most popular residential areas. Prospective buyers are invited to virtually tour Arch Crossing… Read More →

Valley doctors seek women for clinical trial

by in Featured | Healthcare

Two East Valley doctors are working with Radiant Research to conduct a stage III clinical trial that will assess an investigational treatment for Female Orgasmic Disorder (FOD). Women experiencing FOD typically have trouble achieving a satisfying completion during sexual intimacy despite adequate arousal. Recent studies show that as many as one in four women are… Read More →

Former NFL Player Opening Luxury Spa in Chandler


David Barrett, a former Arizona Cardinals cornerback, is opening a boutique-style luxury salon and spa in Chandler. In his NFL career, Barrett played for the Arizona Cardinals and then later traded to the New York Jets. After retiring from professional football, Barrett has embarked on a new mission: to create a beautiful upscale salon and… Read More →

E.V. residents can preview Banner Health Center

nonprofit board
by in Business News | Events | Healthcare

East Valley residents and visitors can be among the first to see the new Banner Health Center at a free “Community Preview” from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3, at the center located at 1435 S. Alma Road, south of the Loop 202 between West Pecos and West Germann Roads. Participants can hear… Read More →