As we get ready for Memorial Day and think of barbecues and getaways, spare a few minutes and think of Matthew Determan and those who have preceded and followed him in death with honor.
Although Boulder, Colorado, and Ahwatukee, differ in many ways, Iva Paleckova counted on one thing when she opened Blooming Beets Kitchen in the Shoppes at Casa Paloma: There would be just as many people here as there who craved really healthy food.
A year-old miniature Australian Shepherd mix is looking for a way out of the Arizona Animal Welfare League’s main adoption center, N. 40th St., and a way into someone’s home.
Customers who quench their thirst with a cold brew at CK’s Tavern and Grill in Ahwatukee will now be getting a special reminder about eight local businesses.
Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio wants a public discussion of a plan to extend the pension repayment obligations by 10 years – a move he said would add $1.5 billion to the city’s total debt.
The Phoenix Dance Cooperative in Ahwatukee recently honored its graduating senior class with parents, instructors and other dancers wishing them success in their future journeys.
A mother-daughter duo is expanding their neighborhood Ahwatukee cafe, Pomegranate Cafe, into Central Phoenix and they are looking for the public’s help.
The Ahwatukee Foothills Soccer Club ’99 Girls won their fifth consecutive state title recently at the new Phoenix Rising Stadium in Scottsdale.
Ahwatukee and East Valley motorists in the coming years will reap a significant part of a billion-dollar windfall that will jump-start upgrades on several key highways in the region – including the oft-clogged Broadway Curve on I-10.
The spokeswoman for the South Mountain Freeway developer apparently could have been clearer when she told Chandler business leaders two weeks ago that 47 percent of the highway’s right of way still had to be acquired.
Minutes before a pickup truck ran a red light and killed her, Pamela Hesselbacher sent a message to her husband, Matt, saying that she and their two small children had left a nearby park and would be home soon.
After a year of seeing Google and then Waymo self-driving cars make their way around Ahwatukee and the rest of the East Valley, residents now have a chance to use one themselves.
A 90-year-old Ahwatukee widow is facing the possibility of six months in jail and a $2,500 fine because a neighbor and the city say her two 20-pound dogs bark too much.
- Billion-dollar windfall accelerating major I-10 upgrade
- Clothing business in Ahwatukee carries owner’s fashion sense
- Pomegranate Cafe owners seek public’s help to expand into Central Phoenix
- SM Freeway right-of-way acquisition farther along than spokeswoman indicated
- Ahwatukee residents can apply to use Waymo’s self-driving cars
- At 90, Kyrene substitute teacher still going strong
- Ahwatukee estate sale filled with little treasures
- Ahwatukee has an unleashed-dog problem and it’s getting worse
- Blooming Beets’ fare expands to autoimmune protocol
- Newcomers’ pint-sized idea carries big message for clients
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