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For 30 years, longtime Ahwatukee Foothills resident Lois Britland has stood behind a project to bring a high-definition camera to the Arizona-Mexico border, an effort she said needs support.
Former Desert Vista student Ashley LeMieux experienced unforeseen success during her first year as founder of a charitable organization.
Where were you in ’99?
Melissa Melville remembers vividly her fourth-grade trip to Space Camp. Now, as a science teacher, she will attend the grown-up version.
Former Phoenix police officer Paul Penzone is running for sheriff of Maricopa County because he takes pride in policing, he said.
When a $215 million film comes knocking on your door, it is probably best to answer.
I talk a good game about getting older. I’ve used this space to share about my defiant gray hair, and my courage in the face of mounting birthdays. Miss a birthday because I want to camouflage my age? Hah! I’m 52, dangit! Where’s my present?
During the second week of May the Christian Youth Theater (CYT) will premiere “Alice,” a musical with a pop/rock opera twist based off “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass,” by Lewis Carroll.
Ryan Tolman knows his program is in a unique position.
When the “Power 98.3 Comedy Slam #5” plays in Phoenix on Saturday, comedian Jay Reid plans to entertain Valley audiences with his dynamic and pertinent sense of humor.
Representatives from the Gila River Indian Community and Simon Property Group officially broke ground Tuesday morning on the Phoenix Premium Outlets.
If, like me, you spent this winter hibernating and eating baked goods, your home may have paid the price. Maybe it got a little disorganized, or is starting to look like an episode of “Hoarders.”
The students at Summit School of Ahwatukee have had some unique opportunities recently to explore the different core subjects through the use of technology.
Julie Fischer is calling her newest project a dream come true.
Bringing color and fun to an otherwise commercial area of Ahwatukee Foothills is a family business for the van Arkens.
Three Arizona State University student businesses are among the five finalists in Entrepreneur magazine’s “College Entrepreneur of the Year” award.