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A Cinnabon store makes its grand debut today, July 9, at the Arizona Mills mall.
The voters of Congressional District 9 are faced with a couple of choices. Do we keep Democrat Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema to represent us or do we elect someone else?
A three-year journey for a group of volleyball players, coaches, and families came to its end with an unexpected outcome.
In the beginning there was dirt — and roads that were mere afterthoughts of other East Valley cities. For the most part, they didn’t lead to much of anywhere, as they dustily meandered west toward South Mountain.
O’Connor House, whose mission is to continue the lifetime work of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor to help solve important social, economic and political problems through civil dialogue and action, has appointed three new members to its Board of Directors, each appointed to a three-year term:
In the foreground of this 1983 photo, a dusty Ray Road dead-ends at Pima Ranch outbuildings. The buildings stood on the future Mountain Park Ranch about a quarter-mile west of 48th Street. The ranch took its name from a street that was subsequently rechristened for an early East Valley farm family. [Submitted photo]
Sean Ungvarsky describes what he does matter-of-factly as if it is perfectly normal to speed down a mountain hillside.
I can only imagine the machismo in the air at Wednesday night’s gubernatorial candidate summit on immigration and border security hosted by Mr. Muy Macho himself, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu.
Summer is here in all its brutality. Reptiles sun themselves and mammals seek shade. Life takes considerable effort now, as it does during an East Coast winter. Nighttime gives no respite.
Arizona’s forests are in poor health. They’re overgrown, and without action, catastrophic fires are almost a certainty — putting the state’s physical beauty, economic vitality and water supplies at risk.
It can be useless to look back, except when it’s useful. Ten years ago this month, a loved former president signed off and out to return to his Maker. He was our commander-in-chief between 1981-1989.
When Mesa Country Club began in the late 1940s, it was considered the club for established and up-and-coming business leaders in the East Valley. With the club’s recent renaissance, this trend is re-emerging. To encourage its growth, Mesa Country Club recently announced a new category of membership targeted to meet the specific needs of today’s executives and entrepreneurs.
Spades of gold symbolically speared earth in Chandler on June 18 at the groundbreaking ceremony at Ocotillo for the first Village Health Club and Spa in the East Valley.
The fast casual food of Zoe’s Kitchen is now available just across Interstate 10 at Ray Road in Chandler.
Vivint Solar, one of the largest providers of solar systems in the nation, is setting up two offices in the Valley — one in Phoenix to serve the West Valley, and one in Mesa for the East Valley, creating about 130 jobs total.
Hundreds of homeless in the East Valley converged near The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Mesa Temple on Tuesday for “Project Connect” — a monthly event hosted by Valley of the Sun United Way.
Our radar is blinking with a smattering of new eateries set to open in the East Valley.
Even if Arizona lucks out and elects a lion hearted governor, it’ll still take herculean commitment to cut controlling ties to various federal programs. With summer primaries revving up, think of the gutsy governors of Utah, Ohio, Wisconsin, South Carolina and Texas. Their courage is remarkable.
In June, Streets of New York is rewarding MAX donors with a voucher for complimentary bruschetta at the United Blood Services donor centers throughout the Valley.
The concrete structure called Elevation Chandler was intended to be a luxury hotel and would have provided the Chandler Fashion Center located next door a steady stream of consumers. It now sits vacant and exposed on an empty dirt plot and serves as a stark juxtaposition to the prosperous shopping center.
Each year in Maricopa County, tens of thousands of animals are euthanized. The shelters fill up, the programs that aid animals with medical and behavioral problems can only take so many cases, and, unfortunately, the whole system can only care for so many.
The field of contenders to represent East Valley residents in Congress, the State Senate and the State House of Representatives has been finalized.
District 6 councilmember Scott Somers finished his year long term as chair of the Board of Directors at the Valley Metro Regional Public Transportation Authority (RPTA).
Daniel Hollands needed a break from tennis, so he took one.