Ahwatukee residents can learn about and weigh in on a proposed South Mountain Freeway interchange at 32nd Street or any other construction-related issue when the Arizona Department of Transportation holds an open house on that and other construction issues next week.
The two Kyrene middle schools in Chandler will continue to have school resource officers in 2018-19 under a proposal approved last week by the city council there.
The East Valley-based group responsible for forcing a public vote on the future of vouchers won’t back a plan to hike taxes on the rich to help fund schools.
The Ahwatukee Foothills Village Planning Committee is expected to vote next week on whether to recommend an expansion of operating hours for medical marijuana dispensaries in Phoenix.
Barbara Bingham Deutscher is for the birds.
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Children, teens and adults can get some comic relief and learn how to think on their feet at an unusual business in downtown Chandler.
When Matt and Jennifer Armer started their air conditioning company out of their Ahwatukee home, it was partly to carry on a family’s legacy.
The East Valley Partnership’s annual Statespersons Luncheon brought together two members of Congress from across the aisle who bridged the partisan divide to discuss NAFTA and other issues that affect Arizonans.
- Districts warn teachers: Mind your T’s and Q’s
- As homelessness grows, so does Ahwatukee prof’s outreach
- On her first Mother’s Day, she’s a mom to 5
- Local soccer club readying for Utah tournament
- ADOT slates open house on new interchange
- Altadena to offer Mandarin, an increasingly popular language
- Chandler OKs officers in its Kyrene middle schools
- Y OPAS seeks drivers to help Ahwatukee seniors get around
- It’s elementary: Pride thespians undaunted by walkout
- Save Our Schools targets 'dark money,' snubs tax surcharge
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Times Media Group (TMG), the locally based publisher of 17 Valley publications, including the East Valley Tribune and the West Valley View, announced April 3 that Michael Hiatt will join the company as its vice president and chief revenue officer.
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The 2018 legislative session concluded last week, capped off by a nearly 24-hour work day on the budget last Wednesday. This session was focused on K-12 education funding, as we sought to get our local schools and our teachers more support.
Our economy and quality of life depend on educating our future workforce well and educating the whole child. The education budget bill does not meet our education needs.
Everyone has bias; this reality is neither good nor bad. How bias connects with power and authority begets racism. Racism is messy, and anti-black bias in America is alive and well, even at Starbucks.
Red for Ed came to the Kyrene School District headquarters on April 11. A grandparent of four granddaughters who have attended Kyrene community public schools, I decided to attend the Red for Ed Rally.
Check out the thermometer or step outside. The mercury is inching upward and before you know it, we’ll be broiling for a few months.
On the morning of March 21, video of 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg being run down by a self-driving Uber vehicle in Tempe quickly became the most-watched drama on local television and across the Internet. This should come as no surprise. A barbarous bunch getting more bloodthirsty by the day, …
We were standing on the 14th hole of the Arizona Biltmore golf course when The Guy From Grand Rapids, maybe four beers and 80 strokes in, began to expound about his lack of desire. Not that kind of desire (for which I thank heavens). His lack of desire to see the Grand Canyon.
Spring is coming, producing not only longer and warmer days but also an overproduction both in our homes and on our streets of unwanted puppies and kittens. As a result, more animals will be dumped at local shelters or left to mature and reproduce on their own in our alleys and neighborhoods.
Some weeks, you cannot stomach another cynical look at our cynical times. Instead, you seek a few hundred words of inspiration. Then you spot Captain Benny Ashley shuffling across Columbus Avenue in midtown Phoenix and you know his is exactly the story to tell.
The NFL Draft got underway last Thursday with Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield going first overall to the Cleveland Browns. The league’s annual selection meeting is a familiar place for many local high school players. Read more
The impact of the Arizona teacher strike could stretch to ball fields and tennis courts if school districts decide to cancel their varsity and junior varsity playoff participation in the face of the walkout. Read more