Fans of craft and local beer in Mesa are flocking to a new bar built specially for imbibers of the millennia-old beverage. The Brass Tap, tucked inside Mesa Riverview, opened its doors in March and, according to its owners, is thriving.
The fact that politics may have been involved in drawing legislative lines is no reason to declare them illegal, the attorney for the Independent Redistricting Commission is urging the U.S. Supreme Court.
A technology-based initiative, the One-to-One Program, that gives each student at the school a laptop or iPad device to be used during class time, recently debuted at Kyrene de la Esperanza Elementary School.
Out of 19 companies nationwide, Banner Health has been recognized by the National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) for preparing current and future generations who are working to transform health care.
Crime — when most people think about the issue — means break-ins, car thefts, and street assaults; highly visible incidents that raise everybody’s concern. People rarely think of domestic violence. It’s the under-the-radar nature of domestic violence, which mostly occurs outside public view, that makes it such a difficult problem. One that calls for policy innovation and creative problem-solving.
Money can, after all, grow on trees — family trees. And judging by the $8.4 trillion baby boomers are expected to inherit from older generations in coming years, we’re not talking chump change. In fact, roughly two-thirds of boomer households will receive an inheritance, and the average value of those inheritances is just under $300,000.
Do you ever wonder why we were given two ears and one mouth? Probably to remind us that listening is so much more valuable than talking. The same holds true in government. One of the things I’m most proud of during my time of service is: Maricopa County is trying harder to listen.