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The Republic azcentral.com That loud noise you heard over north Mesa last week was the sound of a city popping its buttons with pride. Not that there weren't a few tears shed for Riverview Golf Course, which will never again host a weekend duffer or
The Republic azcentral.com As Mesa settles into its comforting spring rituals, with pitchers and catchers reporting and hard-core fans discussing the Cubs' rebuilding efforts, there is one fact no one can deny. Spring training always ran like
The Arizona Republic Robert Brinton's nameplate still sits outside his office at the Mesa Convention and Visitors Bureau, where he always sat surrounded by Chicago Cub memorabilia, including autographed baseballs and an Ernie Banks autographed bat.
The Arizona Republic Milt Fort has been named interim president of the Mesa Convention and Visitors Bureau, replacing the late Robert Brinton, who died unexpectedly on Oct. 14. Fort was Brinton's assistant for many years and has worked for the
The Arizona Republic I just got an urgent e-mail from a PR firm with an important public service warning about costly Halloween plumbing nightmares. Wondering exactly how much candy a kid has to consume to plug up a toilet, I opened it.
The Arizona Republic Before his death last week, Robert Brinton must have been pleased that Mesa had signed agreements four days earlier to build a spring-training complex for the Chicago Cubs near Riverview Park. Brinton, 60, helped with the 2010
Our View Robert Brinton rarely commanded a room. He was polite and at times soft-spoken, more comfortable working behind the scenes than from behind a podium...There were few people who knew more about the city's glory days and worked harder to bring
Saturday, October 22, 2011 9:57 am (0) Comments Font Size: Longtime Cactus League baseball executive Robert Brinton has died...A Mesa city official says Brinton died at his office Friday afternoon...Brinton also was the president of the Mesa
The Arizona Republic Southeast Valley hotels are experiencing a strong rebound from the Cactus League and other events. Kevin Thorpe, general manager of the Dobson Ranch Inn, said he knew the economy was improving when he saw guests reserving
The Arizona Republic Baseball fans are filling seats at the new Salt River Fields at Talking Stick for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies games, but overall the Cactus League is off to a slow start at the box office.