Elections allow you, my boss the ability to review my work. I hope you will take the time to reflect on the many successes we have been able to get accomplished for our community together, a community my family and I call home.
I was at a meet and greet in Ahwatukee a few weeks ago, listening to folks talk about some of the major issues that are affecting their everyday lives.
I love District 6 and the City of Phoenix. I know how fortunate I was to grow up in Ahwatukee in a wonderful neighborhood around the Lakes Golf Course, and I see the potential and character of North Central Phoenix as a great asset to our community.
Sal DiCiccio has lived in Ahwatukee for 34 years. He grew up here, riding dirt bikes in the desert and cruising the streets in his first car, a used Ford Pinto with no air-conditioning that he bought with money earned from his paper route.
The first – and possibly only – joint appearance in Ahwatukee of both City Council candidates for the seat representing the community will be held tonight, July 26, at Mountain Park Community Church.
Ahwatukee and other Phoenix residents who have complained of airplane noise may get relief after a federal appeals court last week slapped down the Federal Aviation Administration for its 2014 massive change in flight paths to and from Sky Harbor Airport.
As hard to believe as it may be that 16 years have passed since terrorists took down the World Trade Center, damaged the Pentagon and crashed a jetliner into a field in Western Pennsylvania, it may be easier to forget.
The city administration has withdrawn a request for Phoenix City Council to hire a nonprofit to investigate police response to the protest during President Trump's recent visit.
The fight between highway planners and opponents of the South Mountain Freeway has become a race with the state contending taxpayers’ dollars and progress are at stake and those against it arguing Ahwatukee’s environment will be permanently damaged.
Alice Wong, who graduated in May from Desert Vista High School. represented Arizona at the National Youth Science Camp, joining 108 other delegates from 50 states and eight countries in the prestigious annual science, technology, engineering and mathematics program.
The two internal candidates vying to become Tempe Union High School District’s next superintendent are longtime educators with records of service to the district.
Tempe Union High School District might have a superintendent-elect as early as Sept. 13 if the governing board likes one of two internal candidates who are seeking the job.
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- School board votes 3-2 to make Kevin Mendivil Tempe Union’s next superintendent
- At 22, Caffe Boa remains a prized Ahwatukee staple
- Ahwatukee youngsters lead Harvey victim relief efforts
- With T-square and cross, architect readies his latest work
- Former Ahwatukee man loses bid to escape trial for his son’s death
- New breakfast-lunch restaurant seeking ‘snoozers’ for jobs
- Appeals court rejects injunction request as blasting begins
- Tempe Union board approves Honeywell request for tax break
- Ahwatukee man honored for lifetime archaeology contributions
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