Council Elections

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  • By Sal DiCiccio, AFN Guest Writer
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If there is one topic that unites Ahwatukee Foothills, it's education – our great schools and how to support them. 

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  • By Kevin Patterson, AFN Guest Writer
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When I was a young man growing up in Ahwatukee, I made the typical mistakes young people do.

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  • By Nick Knight, AFN Guest Writer

The world as we know it does not end at the I-10.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

It’s tough this time of year to get one’s head around an election.

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  • By Debbie DiCiccio, AFN Guest Writer

It has become an almost daily occurrence. Whether we are at Frys or Basha’s, the hiking trail or the library, someone has a problem and needs help from my husband, City Councilman Sal DiCiccio.

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  • By Kevin Patterson, AFN Guest Writer

My name is Kevin Patterson and I am a husband, a father to two beautiful young girls, and now a candidate for Phoenix City Council District 6 . I was raised in Ahwatukee, as my family chose this wonderful community specifically for the beautiful golf courses and quality of life it had to off…

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor
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After nearly two years of studying flood risks in Ahwatukee that could cause more than $5 million in damage to 492 homes, apartments, commercial buildings and other structures, county and city officials have one piece of advice for owners and renters in harm’s way.

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  • By Noelle D. Lilley, Cronkite News

When Arizona students return to school in August, a new law could make the state’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts available to all 1.1 million of them. Unless a grassroots group of opponents has its way.

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  • By Gary Nelson, AFN Contributor

A decade or so ago, you could hardly pick up a newspaper in the Valley without seeing a story about a place called Superstition Vistas.

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  • AFN News Staff

Some Ahwatukee Lakes residents are upset with a mystery vandal who keeps planting chollas on trails.

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  • By Chris Benincaso, Cronkite News

Even a cactus has limits.

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  • By Emily Blume, Cronkite News

One researcher takes to the skies, while another is rooted to the ground.

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  • AFN News Staff

Ahwatukee residents will have to go to Pecos Park instead of the local fire station to get sandbags in advance of monsoon rains.

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  • By Nick Knight, AFN Guest Writer

The world as we know it does not end at the I-10.

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  • By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services

Public officials can't hide evidence of their official activities through texts and social media posts made from their personal cell phones, state Attorney General Mark Brnovich has concluded.

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  • By Jim Walsh, AFN Staff Writer

The “spider trails” in Beverly Canyon probably started innocently enough, with someone taking a short cut.

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