Savannah Rose Cunningham of Ahwatukee has taken the first step toward accomplishing her dream of becoming a U.S. Marine.
After more than five years of planning and discussion, the Kyrene School District Governing Board last week unanimously approved a $6.09-million plan to convert one of its Chandler schools to a pre-school-8th grade campus by the time the new school year begins next August.
Visitors to Kyrene de la Esperanza Elementary are surprised to see a blonde Labrador/Golden Retriever dog walking down the hallways, attended by Principal Cheryl Greene and greeted by name by students.
The True Life Company has been handed two aggravated fines of $500 each for failing to address blight on the defunct Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course, and city Councilman Sal DiCiccio wants the developer to clean up the site.
City Councilman Sal DiCiccio has warned that Phoenix residents could see significant property and other tax increases – or face service cuts – in the budget being prepared for the 2018-19 fiscal year that begins July 1 and has called for a curtailment in light-rail expansion plans.
City Councilman Sal DiCiccio and a half dozen Ahwatukee citizens last week stepped up a concerted effort to uncover the mystery behind the expensive spikes in scores of water meter readings in the community.
Ahwatukee residents who have complained for three years about excessive commercial airline flights creating almost intolerable noise might be able to look forward to some relief soon.
Flo knew the beatings at the hands of her alcoholic husband had to stop. She knew it not just from her own injuries, but from the look in her children’s eyes as they watched.
The foul stench that has invaded parts of Ahwatukee and left some residents complaining of its harmful effects now has the attention of Maricopa County air quality officials.
Organizers behind the Winter Wonderfest event at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park are under fire following a rash of consumer complaints detailing an event that did not live up to the hype.
It breaks my heart to see longtime golf courses fail and turn to dirt like Ahwatukee Lakes – or fall on hard times, like Club West did.
- Kyrene board okays $6.09 million for a pre-K-to-8th grade campus
- Vaughan resigns as Mountain Pointe football head coach
- Ahwatukee Kiwanis in dire straits for foster kid’s gift drive
- DiCiccio’s water meter task force picks up steam
- Anti-freeway fight appears dead after court rejects appeal
- Rescue crews are close by when South Mountain hikers are injured
- Sky’s the limit for Ahwatukee’s freeway aerial historian
- Foothills Nutcracker subject of documentary
- DiCiccio calls for light-rail spending cuts in face of tax hikes
- Club West course’s new owner has high ambitions
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