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Century Complete Now Selling in Another Outstanding Community: Tuscany in Casa Grande, AZ

National leader in affordable, online homebuying offering new single-family homes from the low $300sCASA GRANDE, Ariz., Aug. 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Century Communities, Inc.,—a top 10 national homebuilder, industry leader in online home sales, and the highest-ranked homebuilder on Newsweek's list of America's Most Trustworthy Companies 2023—...

National leader in affordable, online homebuying offering new single-family homes from the low $300s

CASA GRANDE, Ariz., Aug. 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Century Communities, Inc.,—a top 10 national homebuilder, industry leader in online home sales, and the highest-ranked homebuilder on Newsweek's list of America's Most Trustworthy Companies 2023—is excited to announce that the Company's Century Complete brand is now selling from the low $300s at the popular Tuscany planned community in Casa Grande, AZ. Boasting generous homesites (up to 75' x 185') and a versatile mix of ranch-style floor plans—available through the company's convenient online homebuying experience—Century Complete makes it easy for homebuyers to find their best fit at Reserve at Tuscany. Buyers will also appreciate quick access to parks, hiking and biking trails, shopping and dining—all in a central location between Phoenix and Tucson. In addition to Century Complete homes, Tuscany offers a limited number of new homes from the mid $300s through the company's Century Communities brand.

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Learn more and see available homes at www.CenturyCommunities.com/ReserveAtTuscany.

"We're excited to join Tuscany, bringing more of our quality-built, thoughtfully designed homes to a great location with quick access to all that fast-growing Casa Grande has to offer," said Greg Huff, Century Complete President. "In addition, we're proud to currently offer other communities in Casa Grande and surrounding areas, making it a great time for buyers to check out all that we have available and find a new home that fits their needs."

MORE ABOUT RESERVE AT TUSCANY

Featuring an intimate collection of ranch-style homes in an established planned community, Reserve at Tuscany offers:

Community location:Earley Road & S. Siena LaneCasa Grande, AZ 85122

ADDITIONAL CENTURY COMPLETE COMMUNITIES IN CASA GRANDE

Mountain View Estates | 3D-Printed Single-Family HomesNow selling from the low $300s

Learn more at www.CenturyCommunities.com/MountainViewEstates.

Arroyo Vista | Ranch-Style Single-Family HomesNow selling from the high $200s

Learn more at www.CenturyCommunities.com/ArroyoVista.

DISCOVER THE FREEDOM OF ONLINE HOMEBUYING:

Century Communities is proud to feature its industry-first online homebuying experience on all available homes in Arizona.

How it works:

Shop homes at CenturyCommunities.com

Learn more about the Buy Online experience at www.CenturyCommunities.com/online-homebuying.

IN-PERSON SALES STUDIO ALSO AVAILABLE!

Our industry-leading online homebuying process allows you to buy on your terms—24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. However, if you'd like assistance with purchasing a new home, please call or visit us at our Sales Studio in Casa Grande!

Casa Grande Studio917 N. Promenade Parkway, Suite 105Casa Grande, AZ 85194520.308.6195

About Century CommunitiesCentury Communities, Inc. (NYSE: CCS) is one of the nation's largest homebuilders, an industry leader in online home sales, and the highest-ranked homebuilder on Newsweek's list of America's Most Trustworthy Companies 2023. Through its Century Communities and Century Complete brands, Century's mission is to build attractive, high-quality homes at affordable prices to provide its valued customers with A HOME FOR EVERY DREAM®. Century is engaged in all aspects of homebuilding — including the acquisition, entitlement and development of land, along with the construction, innovative marketing and sale of quality homes designed to appeal to a wide range of homebuyers. The Company operates in 18 states and over 45 markets across the U.S., and also offers title, insurance and lending services in select markets through its Parkway Title, IHL Home Insurance Agency, and Inspire Home Loans subsidiaries. To learn more about Century Communities, please visit www.centurycommunities.com.

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Casa Grande sophomore making most of his time on and off basketball court

Share BY CHARACTER COUNTSArizona SportsCasa Grande Union High School sophomore Phinneas Linehan aspires to make it to the next level on the basketball court while maintaining a high academic level with law school on his radar.Linehan, 15, made the varsity basketball team this season as a guard after improving his vision and shooting touch. The sport has meant a lot to him since he was 7 years old, and Phoenix Sun...

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Casa Grande Union High School sophomore Phinneas Linehan aspires to make it to the next level on the basketball court while maintaining a high academic level with law school on his radar.

Linehan, 15, made the varsity basketball team this season as a guard after improving his vision and shooting touch. The sport has meant a lot to him since he was 7 years old, and Phoenix Suns merchandise hangs around his room.

But Linehan also has a lot going on off the court. For starters, he is one of 10 siblings, nearly smack-dab in the middle as the fifth oldest. His eldest sibling is 26 years old while he has a 6-year-old sister on the other end of the age range. Five boys and five girls make up the family.

“I play (basketball) with my (13-year-old) brother a little bit, we have little competitions and everything,” Linehan said. “I teach him stuff I learned from practice because I don’t want to be gatekeeping. So I teach him up and he’s good. He plays on a team as well. … With their homework as well, I help them … they come to me first, instead of my parents.”

Linehan has a 4.3 GPA, fitting in his work and tutoring friends and siblings between the end of school at 3:15 p.m. and the start of practice at 6:30 p.m.

He is taking honors chemistry and AP world history with plans to take more advanced classes next year and signed up with Upward Bound, a federal program that supports students working toward higher education.

He received an email followed by a letter a couple months back with an invitation to attend a Stanford Law School summer program. He said it came out of the blue but felt it was sent because he has kept his grades up.

“I feel like it’s something I really want to do. It could help with experience because I don’t have that much experience with law,” Linehan said. “My dad is a cop, so he could teach me something a little bit but with law school, with this program, I feel like it could really help me because they offer knowledge … and could help me in my future because then I could put it on my resume that I have experience and I’m not winging it into law school.”

“Financially, I don’t know how I’m gonna be able to do it because it’s expensive and I have a lot of siblings,” he added.

Away from the classroom and the court, Linehan has a few plans to help others this holiday season.

Linehan has helped with “Blue Santa” for nearly a decade, handing out presents to children in the community with Santa Claus dressed in blue instead of red. With his father working in public safety, he has also volunteered with “Shop-with-a-Cop” events to help kids get school supplies.

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NRS Logistics Announces Plans To Build Semiconductor Chemical, Gas Distribution And Warehouse Facility In Casa Grande

The company’s first distribution facility in North America will create over 90 new jobsFollowing a recent land acquisition, the facility will be built on 40 acres at the southwest corner of Ethington and Illinois roads, just south of the Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway. Representing a multi-million-dollar capital investment, the first phase will include 69,000-square-feet, which will serve semiconductor and electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturers and suppliers, and industrial chemical markets. The second phase of expansion will...

The company’s first distribution facility in North America will create over 90 new jobs

Following a recent land acquisition, the facility will be built on 40 acres at the southwest corner of Ethington and Illinois roads, just south of the Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway. Representing a multi-million-dollar capital investment, the first phase will include 69,000-square-feet, which will serve semiconductor and electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturers and suppliers, and industrial chemical markets. The second phase of expansion will include rail operations.

“With the growing markets in semiconductor manufacturing and EV battery manufacturing, NRS evaluated several other states for our first North American investment,” said Yuichi Sato, President, NRS Logistics America. “Arizona was the best fit for NRS’ expansion, providing proximity to the customer base, port operations in southern California, and excellent value for land investment. The City of Casa Grande has also seen additional growth with several chemical suppliers and was a great fit for NRS to align with the other manufacturers in the area to offer our storage and transportation services.”

The facility will feature temperature-controlled storage for specific hazard classes for flammable, corrosive chemicals and oxidizers for use in semiconductor chip production and electric vehicle battery manufacturing. In addition, the facility will also accommodate portable bulk tank storage and lift operations.

“We are excited NRS Logistics has selected Casa Grande for its first U.S. semiconductor chemical distribution facility,” said Sandra Watson, President and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority. “As a global chemical logistics leader, NRS Logistics expands Arizona’s semiconductor supply chain and supports Casa Grande’s growing semiconductor ecosystem.”

"Now home to the first NRS distribution facility in North America, Casa Grande continues its momentum as a notable location for semiconductor players,” said Chris Camacho, President and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council. “We’re excited to see the growth of the semiconductor and electric vehicle spaces across the region with NRS incorporated into the ecosystem." NRS provides chemical and gas logistic services to companies seeking safe and reliable handling of their international supply chain needs. For over 70 years, NRS Corporation has been a leading chemical-logistics company in providing transport, storage & distribution, and asset leasing and selling for the chemical and industrial markets. This portfolio of services allows NRS to offer end to end services dedicated to the chemical industry. “Casa Grande is excited about welcoming another industry leading company to our community that will continue to grow and diversify our economy,” said Casa Grande Mayor Craig McFarland. “NRS will play an important role in supporting the semiconductor industry not only in Casa Grande, but the State of Arizona helping to enhance the state’s reputation as an excellent location for this industry.”

NRS Logistics’ new facility furthers rapid economic growth occurring in Casa Grande. Within the past few years, Casa Grande has attracted notable expansions like battery recycler Ecobat, and semiconductor suppliers including Chang Chun Arizona, KPCT Advanced Chemicals, Solvay and LCY Chemical.

For more information about NRS Logistics America and its services, visit nrsgr.com.

About NRS Logistics NRS provides chemical and gas logistic services to companies seeking safe and reliable handling of their international supply chain needs. For over 70 years, NRS has been a leading chemical-logistics company in providing transport, storage & distribution, and asset leasing and selling for the chemical and industrial markets. This portfolio of services allows NRS to offer end to end services dedicated to the chemical industry. NRS currently employs approximately 1000 staff worldwide and operates in more than 100 countries. NRS remains committed to safety, regulatory compliance, social and environmental responsibility, service, and reliability. NRS’s mission is to provide the optimal solution to the world’s chemical-logistics industry, and NRS has the answer. For more information, please visit: us.nrsgr.com.

Train fire shuts down portion of Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway

All lanes of the highway are closed near White and Parker Road.MARICOPA, Ariz. — A train fire has shut down traffic on a portion of the Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway, according to officials from the city of Maricopa.Traffic is shut down in both directions near White and Parker Road.This is a developing story. We will post updates here as they come in.Related ArticlesUp to SpeedCatch up on the latest news and stories on the 12News YouTube channel. Subscribe today.You can now watch 12Ne...

All lanes of the highway are closed near White and Parker Road.

MARICOPA, Ariz. — A train fire has shut down traffic on a portion of the Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway, according to officials from the city of Maricopa.

Traffic is shut down in both directions near White and Parker Road.

This is a developing story. We will post updates here as they come in.

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‘Bit of a mystery’: 7 Casa Grande firefighters test for elevated levels of arsenic

CASA GRANDE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Firefighters in Casa Grande received concerning test results when nearly half of a hazmat team tested for elevated levels of arsenic during their annual heavy metal testing. None of the seven firefighters knew they had high levels of the naturally occurring chemical that can cause cancer. Six of the seven are stationed at the same firehouse in Casa Grande. “That was our immediate concern that something in the station was doing this,” said Casa Grande Fire Department Chief Dave Kean.Kea...

CASA GRANDE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Firefighters in Casa Grande received concerning test results when nearly half of a hazmat team tested for elevated levels of arsenic during their annual heavy metal testing. None of the seven firefighters knew they had high levels of the naturally occurring chemical that can cause cancer. Six of the seven are stationed at the same firehouse in Casa Grande. “That was our immediate concern that something in the station was doing this,” said Casa Grande Fire Department Chief Dave Kean.

Kean said he gave bottled water to the team and paid an independent lab to test the water at the firehouse. The results obtained by Arizona’s Family came back clean. Now, he’s trying to find the link between firefighters with arsenic in their system. “We are doing some, lack of a better term, contact tracing,” he said. “What we are doing, we are compiling a spreadsheet if there is some sort of commonality; maybe they all live in the same area.”

The chief says the first responders never got sick or knew they had it. “These aren’t levels that are going to kill anybody or rush anybody to the emergency room over this,” he explained.

According to Dr. Shad Marvasti, just because firefighters aren’t experiencing symptoms now doesn’t mean it can’t lead to serious health complications. “Arsenic is a known carcinogenic, so it can increase your risk for a number of cancers, bladder cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer, lymphoma. It’s definitely something that needs to be addressed,” said Dr. Marvasti. He adds it’s imperative to find where the elevated levels came from.

The Arizona Water Company, which supplies water to Casa Grande, has normal levels, which the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality confirmed from their last testing. “Like I said, at this point, it’s a little bit of a mystery,” said Kean.

Casa Grande is unique in this situation. Marana and Maricopa, similar-sized cities, said that none of their hazmat crew self-reported elevated levels of arsenic from heavy metals testing. “We are going to work with the employees to find out what the issue is. I don’t know if we’ll ever know,” said Kean.

The chief says the firefighters who tested for high arsenic levels will be re-tested again in 30 days.

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