For the first time in nearly a year, a zoning case will be coming before the Ahwatukee Foothills Village Planning Committee.
Richard Breuninger’s roller-coaster court fight to keep the Club West Golf Course is officially ended.
Ahwatukee’s unsuccessful candidate in the Phoenix mayoral primary has thrown his support to one of the two remaining contenders in the March 12 election.
While braces provide proven long-term benefits to straightening teeth, there are important considerations when it comes to their impact on ora…
(AHWATUKEE, AZ)--GreenPal, an app that connects homeowners with local, vetted lawn care professionals, has launched in Ahwatukee.
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Tammy Opfer is a single mother of two who wants to set a good example for her son and daughter, and she’s putting that desire into practice by opening the newest franchise of Burn Boot Camp this spring in Ahwatukee.
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- Ahwatukee woman’s first novel unveils secrets
- Gee strikes out on offer to settle Lakes battle
- Eagles middle school softball repeats as champs
- ‘Burn Camp’ coming here
- Chandler fire, police unveil safety plan for schools
- Sanchez endorses Valenzuela for mayor
- State Supreme Court visits Mountain Pointe High
- Beloved Ahwatukee coach James Rubio dies suddenly
- Grieving moms talk of their sons’ suicides
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