Attorney General Mark Brnovich has given the go-ahead for an Illinois firm to “lend’’ up to $12,500 to Arizonans without state regulation potentially at a higher cost than state law allows traditional consumer finance companies to charge.
At 11:30 a.m. today, May 22, two lawyers will each have 20 minutes to make their case before a three-judge panel as the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course case reaches another milestone in litigation that began five years ago.
A pair of Valley entrepreneurs is helping businesses get a better idea of the quality of their customers service — and giving customers a more detailed and efficient way to rate it.
It’s not surprising that one of several ways George Shirley has given back is by helping to get safe water and adequate sanitation to some of the billions of people in the world who don’t have one or the other — or neither.
An Ahwatukee school has fielded a team in next week’s national competition for Odyssey of the Mind, a 40-year-old international competition that requires team members to work together at length to solve a predefined, long-term problem using STEM and the arts.
For 14 of his 34 years with KEZ FM 99.9 radio, Marty Manning has been honoring a teacher or a staffer at a Valley school in nine monthly visits a year to present Excellence in Education awards.
Best of Ahwatukee
- Spring wrap-up: DV wins 2 state titles
- Lakes Course case goes before state appeals panel today
- Kirk Fauske resigns as Mountain Pointe basketball coach
- UA college inducts longtime Ahwatukee engineer
- Voodoo Daddy’s brings New Orleans to EV
- Keystone Montessori kids head to world competition
- Kindergartners also have their graduation
- QuikTrip concerns draw interest of lawmakers, mayor
- Club West sale not complete
- The Class of 2019 calling it a wrap
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