State lawmakers are free to use fees paid by medical marijuana patients to operate programs to help get people off of other drugs, Attorney General Mark Brnovich has concluded.
One was the object of a bitter and expensive campaign and the other inspired a plan hatched by an Ahwatukee man while he was on work release from the County Jail.
Kyrene School District has started a new way for people in the district to help needy students or families who seek a helping hand.
The makeup of both school boards that impact Ahwatukee will change in January after two members on each of them have decided not to file for re-election.
The Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce will honor five businesses and community leaders Friday at its annual Day of Champions Breakfast.
Arizona schools are near the bottom of the barrel nationally when academics, class size and even student bullying are considered, at least according to a financial advice website.
It’s easy to dismiss the upcoming trailhead improvement projects at South Mountain Park because their scale is so much smaller than the extensive makeover performed a year ago at Pima Canyon.
The three Democratic gubernatorial hopefuls worked last Thursday to rebut Doug Ducey’s narrative that job and population growth shows what a great job he is doing.
City Councilman Sal DiCiccio says Phoenix taxpayers have underwritten a costly lesson for City Hall on ways to teach residents that recycling is a good thing other than spending millions of dollars on trinkets.
A claim that lawmakers are giving voters a flawed explanation of a measure on the November ballot drew a skeptical reaction Friday from the judge hearing the case.
People who go to downtown Chandler to sample restaurants, shops or other offerings soon will be able to get back and forth without their vehicles.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is touting the addition of fins for the sound walls along parts of the Pecos Road portion of the South Mountain Freeway.
Over 1,000 people across the state died in traffic accidents in 2017 and most of them were related to driver behavior, the Arizona Department of Transportation reported last week.
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- Club West, Lakes plans heading to a final end
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- ‘Teachable moment’ for city recycling cost Phoenix taxpayers $3.3 million
- Ahwatukee now has its own candidate running for mayor
- Tempe Union, Kyrene board races take shape
- No loafin’ for Ahwatukee home-based baker
- Desert Vista looking for crisp execution against Palm Springs in opener
- Freeway sound wall ‘fins’ start to take shape
- Ahwatukee woman leads Chandler's quest for pupil equity
- Longtime Chandler Italian restaurant moves to Ahwatukee
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