Hopes that the South Mountain Freeway project might lead to a permanent solution to water-related concerns involving two Ahwatukee golf courses are now mired in uncertainty.
An indoor rave at Rawhide Western Town and Entertainment Center Saturday night lit up an Ahwatukee Facebook site with complaints about the noise five miles away.
In your life, you will want to take many journeys. Some are physical – perhaps you’ll finally visit the French Riviera or the Caribbean. Others involve personal growth – one day, maybe you’ll finally become fluent in that foreign language you’ve been studying.
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The Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce will honor two businesses, a non-profit organization, a volunteer and a teacher next week at its annual Day of Champions Breakfast.
While most thoughts are turning to the future, there is one very important reason that the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce also takes a look back to the previous year.
Last week, Gov. Doug Ducey gave his State of the State address, sharing his goal of ensuring Arizona continues as a state with “boundless opportunity.” He further shared his belief that every child deserves a quality education that will lead them to that opportunity.
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- Rawhide rave noise revs up Ahwatukee social media
- 21 tribes seek intervention in freeway case
- Boys state basketball: DV completes comeback over Brophy
- ADOT backs off funding water line beneath freeway
- Save Club West continues effort to raise $4 million for golf course purchase
- She left the corporate world to pamper household pets
- Boys state basketball: Thunder move on after beating La Joya
- ABM helps homeowners fight invasion of roof rats
- Reported pot dispensary license upsets Ahwatukee preschool, neighborhood
- Kyrene middle school students to see major change in academics, study opportunities and support
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Jim Boyle’s family history is intertwined with Arizona dairy. His grandfather had 50 cows. His dad had 500. And now the Boyle family has 6,000 at three dairies.
East Valley medical marijuana dispensaries are enjoying a phenomenal growth rate in sales, despite the failure of Proposition 205, but they are also prepping for an inevitable period of price declines, market consolidation and increased competition.
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Forget for a moment Gov. Ducey's empty pledge to value teachers by providing them a two percent raise phased in over five years, giving teachers what basically is a one dollar a day raise.
In last week’s AFN, Frank Schmuck wrote a piece heavy on talking points and light on specifics. Mr. Schmuck claimed that I “catered to special interests” in the bills I have introduced this legislative session, but neglects to actually mention any of the said interests that I supposedly cater to.
I discovered something interesting last week as a result of attending three very different evening meetings in Ahwatukee.
According to the law, banks have to ask their customers a simple question before enrolling them in an overdraft “protection” program: if you do not have enough money in your bank account to cover the cost of a purchase, do you want your bank to decline the purchase or do you want your bank t…
On Sept. 16, the Citizens Clean Election Commission held a debate of all the candidates running for the Arizona Legislature in District 18.
As your new Maricopa County Recorder, I am pleased to offer this report about our progress since taking office.
As we usher in 2017, there are a lot of new faces in Maricopa County. A different sheriff. A new county recorder, treasurer, and superintendent of schools. There also has been a total makeover of the Board of Supervisors in just five years, culminating with the swearing in of Supervisor B…
The City of Phoenix is committed to keeping our neighborhoods safe, clean, and beautiful for the wellbeing and enjoyment of all our residents and visitors.
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In a grind-it-out, hard-fought victory over No. 6 Brophy, defense was the difference for No. 3 Desert Vista boys basketball on Saturday. Read more
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