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Two hours before kickoff on Friday, the homecoming festivities were in full swing. Pop up games, music, and refreshments lined the Mountain Pointe parking lot. Students, dressed in the theme of the night, USA, milled around waiting for the gates to open.
Ballet Arizona kicks off its 29th season Sept, 18 at Tempe Center for the Arts with the return of “Ballet Under the Stars” — a free annual community performance.
It was 13 years ago Thursday when terrorists attacked the United States after gaining control of four commercial airplanes. Two planes struck and took down the World Trade Center in New York; the third damaged the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.; and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Passengers of that flight, United 93, fought the terrorists in an attempt to regain control of the plane.
The city of Phoenix 9/11 Memorial Ceremony was a reminder that even though 13 years have passed since the attacks, many still relive the event on this day.
A family atmosphere is a concept many athletes hold near and dear. By the time a season comes to its conclusion, they will refer to their teammates as another family.
Sneakers squeaked on the hardwood floor. “Out” and “three” echoed throughout the gymnasium. Chants of “Let’s go Huskies,” were answered with “Let’s go Pride.”
The Pecos Community Center in Ahwatukee, 17010 S. 48th St., will host one of the two Recovery Information Centers created in Phoenix for those affected by Monday’s storms.
Giving children the experience of meeting their favorite fairy-tale characters no longer has to be a vacation. Spoonful of Sugar Events makes it possible to have princesses right at your doorstep.
The sky was a mix of pink and blue Friday night as the clouds loomed in the distance. And the Desert Vista Thunder rolled through the North High Mustangs by a score of 58—6.
When it comes to playing sports, sometimes it’s the little things the athletes enjoy most. For some it, could be the freshly cut grass. For others, it might be the thrill of connecting on a hit.
Like many middle-class parents, we promised our kids that we would pay for their college education, a reasonable promise in the 1980s from two parents who were teachers. We are still paying off their college loans in 2014, yet we feel lucky compared to students and families who are paying off college loans accrued between 2008 and 2014.
The thermometer read 106 degrees.
With close to 60 percent of the votes in the Republican primary Wendy Rogers will face Kyrsten Sinema for the Congressional District 9 seat in the November General Election.
Starting a season out on a high note is what every team aims for and on Wednesday the Desert Vista golf team hit that mark at Club West.
Two Tempe City Council incumbents have been thrust into a runoff scenario against each other by a former state legislator and a first-time politician.
It seems that ice hockey and owners are two things that take some time to get along in the Valley.
The turf of Rio Salado Golf Course in Tempe will be hacked up not by irons but spades after Ken Singh of Singh Organic Soils, LLC, and Singh Farms in Scottsdale reinvigorates the landscape.
When Mesa residents need to borrow a book, they can turn to the Mesa Public Library. But what about when they desire a little exercise in the park or want to bake a cake? Now, not only can residents check out their favorite classics on paper and disc from the library, they can also check out sports equipment and bakeware.
One of the great debates in sports is where does success lie: a core of veterans with a few rookies sprinkled in, or a team of rookies led by just a handful of seasoned vets.
The Body Firm, a gym that allows individuals to increase their fitness level in a way that is specialized to fit their needs, has just moved into a new building 2 miles west of its previous location at 44th Street and Ray Road.
Three Valley students are returning to school after a July spent doing musical theater in New York City.
Life is a compilation of moments.
Three Chandler fashion designers received recognition for their new line inspired by their native desert surroundings.
Davis Evans was eliminated from competition in the USGA Junior Amateur Championship this past week, missing the cut after two rounds. But Evans isn’t too worried about it, he was just one of five 14-year-olds to compete in the tournament.
When Tavian Gould steps onto the field for Brophy Prep in the coming weeks, it will mark the start of his high school football journey.