On 04/30/13 at approximately 4:00 PM a male subject successfully lured a ten year old child into his vehicle while she was walking alone in the area of the 18500 East Block of Ryan Road, Queen Creek.
The suspect displayed a weapon after the child refused to be given a ride. The suspect exposed himself to the child but released the child unharmed in the area when the child refused to comply with the suspect’s requests.Detectives have limited information and are seeking the public’s assistance with any information that may help identify the suspect in this case.
Center to treat adults and children includes imaging, lab services
Banner Health will open its first medical facility in the Town of Queen Creek on May 1, with the Banner Health Center offering primary care, basic imaging and lab services for adults and children. The Center, located at 21772 S. Ellsworth Loop Road in Queen Creek, will join Banner Ironwood Medical Center in San Tan Valley in providing outstanding medical services to the region.
Staff physicians will include a family practitioner and pediatrician, with more physicians already planned as the Center grows with community needs. The Center includes 18 exam rooms, and its electronic medical records are accessible from all Banner hospitals and facilities.
Queen Creek residents are giving a thumbs up to a proposed movie theater megaplex with an adjoining entertainment district and hotel in the downtown area.
“I’m really excited to have it super close,” Kyndra Westover, 14, a student at Queen Creek High School, told the Independent, referring to the movie theater during a phone interview Wednesday. “It is kind of a hassle to travel so far.”
Starting April 2, Pinal County Air Quality will only issue 3-day open burning permits. All permits will expire by May 1 and Pinal County will suspend the issuance of open burning permits on April 26.Burn permits allow for the disposal of plant material by open burning during limited daytime hours.
There is a new movie theater coming to the growing Town of Queen Creek.
The Town of Queen Creek is in final negotiations with Maya Cinemas, based out of Los Angeles California, to build a 14 screen state of the art movie theater and 170,000 square foot entertainment district. The site for the new movie theater and entertainment district will be on the Southeast Corner of Ellsworth Loop and Rittenhouse Road. The 20 acre site will include the 14 screen state of the art theater, restaurants and retail shops along with a hotel. Construction is slated to begin July 2013 with the grand opening slated to be in July of 2014. The town has been in negotiations with Maya Cinemas for the past few months and is thrilled to have their Town be the first theater site in Arizona for the luxury theater chain.
Starting in January, people pursuing a higher education could be able to earn their degree or certificate from a greater number of institutions without leaving Queen Creek.The Communiversity at Queen Creek is a civic and educational partnership that will provide students with pathways to earn college certificates and/or associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, all in one location in the downtown area.
Blackbird Music & Art Center is celebrating its 5 year Anniversary with an Open House Extravaganza!
Blackbird Music & Art Center opened their doors in 2008.
Owners, Robb and Melody Smith saw a need in the community for a center that provided music and art lessons in a very unique environment.
The center has grown over the past five years. We offer private music lessons for all instruments including voice, group lessons, art classes for all ages, theater classes, and our Academy of Rock program.
The town of Queen Creek’s efforts to acquire a second water utility have slowed to a steady drizzle, clogged by a decision handed down to another municipality by the state supreme court.Town officials were moving along with their decision to purchase H20 Water Utility, a Queen Creek-based company established in 1972 by Donald Schnepf and Darel Schnepf to serve domestic water to the area.