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That faint noise you hear is the sound of pint-sized spooks, banshees, and vampires gathering on your lawn. They will soon be knocking at the door plastic pumpkins outstretched. Spare yourself the tricks and go ahead and give up the treats - the unhealthy, sweet, nougat-filled goodies in your cupboard.
At the Save the Lakes meeting Monday morning at 9:30 there was standing room only. Chairs were brought into the Ahwatukee Recreation Center main hall for many homeowners eager to hear anything positive about the ongoing debacle between Mr. Gee and the homeowners themselves.
In the midst of NFL season, I got to thinking about teams, coordinating them, strategizing, picking the right person for the task, everyone understanding the goal and planning on how to attain it. Real estate isn’t much different because we use teams and strategy and goal planning to create a successful transaction. We have lots of players with different roles, who use words you may never have heard of; therefore I would like to introduce you to the Real Estate Gridiron
Fixed-rate mortgages and adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) are the two primary mortgage types. While the marketplace offers numerous varieties within these two categories, the first step when shopping for a mortgage is determining which of the two main loan types — the fixed-rate mortgage or the adjustable-rate mortgage — best suits your needs.
The Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce has announced the nominees for the 2014 Palo Verde Women in Business Award.
When high school football careers are long over, one of the things teammates will reminisce about in gatherings years later deal are memories away from the field.
Nearly everyone from the Mountain Pointe traveling party had already left the field at Hamilton last Friday night.
There haven’t been too many ho-hum moments in the history of the Ahwatukee Bowl.
Months ago a friend handed me a little book entitled “Have A Little Faith,” written by Mitch Albom. Honestly, it sat on my shelf for a long time gathering dust. It’s not that I was uninterested; I was plowing through some dense reading material and figured that Albom’s book was a little too light for what I had my teeth sunk in at the time.
Any kid who grows up playing baseball dreams of a decorated career spanning many years and ending it on his own terms.
Calling her action “mean spirited” and a “mistake,” Fred DuVal promised Monday if he is elected to rescind the executive order by Gov. Jan Brewer denying driver's licenses to “dreamers.”
CHANDLER - For 19 straight games just about everything went Mountain Pointe’s way in climbing to the top of the Arizona Division I hierarchy.
Nearly 600 children who were the subject of ignored child abuse complaints were removed from their homes after the state finally got around to taking a look at their cases.
It wasn’t that long ago that Mountain Pointe was just another opponent for Hamilton.
The postgame handshake between football coaching staffs would make for a great sociology study.
I’ve heard it said that parenting is a lot like surfing. One moment, we can be in the midst of serene, calm waters, peacefully floating in the sea of harmony; the next, we are immersed in an enormous riptide, trying desperately to keep our heads above water. I’ve actually never been surfing, but this sounds about right. If you are a parent reading this, you know all too well the ebb and flow of the parenting journey.
Recently someone asked me on my thoughts about the NFL players accused of physical abuse to their wives, children and, in one case, a fiancé that has been reported by every major news outlet around the world. I shared, “One who abuses another in any way, is a coward, period.”
The question of whether more tax cuts will restore the Arizona economy to pre-recession levels has become a key issue in this year's gubernatorial contest.
After sleeping on a wild and crazy game here are a few final thoughts before moving on to a rematch of the last two Division I state title games.
In a game with nearly 800 combined total yards in the first half and 87 combined points, it might be difficult to highlight the play of the defense.
Dan Hinds sat on a couch in the Desert Vista coaches’ office on Monday confident that the message was received.
The most important part of Friday night at Thunder Stadium happened at 5-yard line of the south end zone when the stadium was nearly empty.
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.”
Two new developments — one ready to break ground, the other still under review — are slated for the area southwest of where Pecos Road ends near the west boundary of South Mountain Park.
For at least a half, Hamilton didn’t look like Hamilton. There were mistakes, missed assignments and other mental errors.