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Mesa firm finds opportunity in pandemic
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Mesa firm finds opportunity in pandemic

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF While the pandemic has strained the operations of many businesses, a Mesa firm has found an opportunity as entrepreneurs race to move their services online. Smart to Finish Office Solutions founder Amber Miller...
New steel micro mill slated in SE Mesa
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New steel micro mill slated in SE Mesa

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Texas-based Commercial Metals Company likes Mesa so much that it’s building a second micro mill in southeast Mesa. The Arizona Commerce Authority and City of Mesa are partnering with Salt River Project to...
Gold prices bring out fast-buck operators
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Gold prices bring out fast-buck operators

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF With gold at an all-time high and economic times tough, Mesa Jeweler David Nelson is warning people to be cautious if they want to sell their unwanted gold or silver items for cash. “When gold prices make...
Mesa native builds a scrapbook empire
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Mesa native builds a scrapbook empire

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BY DAVID M. BROWN Tribune Contributor The Davis family of Mesa and Gilbert have many scrapbook memories – and people throughout the world have saved theirs because of Scrapbook.com. Founded in 1999 by Jill Davis of Mesa, the...
New owners aim to freshen up legendary Tortilla Flat
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New owners aim to freshen up legendary Tortilla Flat

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Tribune Staff Writer Katie Ellering, one of Tortilla Flat’s new owners, isn’t about modernizing the remnant of the Old West town. She and her fiancé/operations director, Chris Field, just want...
Judge upholds Ducey’s ban on evictions
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Judge upholds Ducey’s ban on evictions

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Gov. Doug Ducey did not act illegally in blocking the eviction of tenants who have not been paying their rent, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Christopher Coury ruled last week. Coury...
Eastmark debuting luxury apartment project
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Eastmark debuting luxury apartment project

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF The Premier at Eastmark, a $50-million 216-unit luxury apartment complex, is poised to open next month, a year after breaking ground. Located between the Elliot Road Technology Corridor and Mesa’s Gateway...
Mesa bar, 21 others sue Ducey over closure
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Mesa bar, 21 others sue Ducey over closure

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services A Mesa bar owner and 21 other tavern operators from around the state are asking the Arizona Supreme Court to rule that Gov. Doug Ducey does not have the constitutional authority to shut...
‘Phat’ Success for Valley trio with scooters
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‘Phat’ Success for Valley trio with scooters

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By Annika Tomlin GetOut Staff Writer Peter Johnson and Beau Ralphs were at Dan Hawkins’ house, admiring his new electric scooter when they urged him to take them for a ride. “Within 15 minutes, we had been pulled over at...
G.O.A.T. Grill in Mesa aims to be ‘greatest of all time’
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G.O.A.T. Grill in Mesa aims to be ‘greatest of all time’

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Tribune Staff Writer Known for its Mexican cantinas, the Matta family is exploring American food this time with The G.O.A.T. Sports Grill at Power and McDowell roads in Northeast Mesa. The airy space...