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The Associated Press music writers Chris Talbott and Mesfin Fekadu pick their top five songs of the year.
The Kyrene School District has been trying to incorporate new after-school programs to keep students intrigued, and the Community Education Road Crew has just the thing with a new sewing program.
The state’s jobless rate dropped last month — but just a bit — indicating that Arizona’s recovery is languishing.
Valley Christian High School’s Robotics Team, Valley X, hosted a robotics scrimmage on Nov. 16, allowing teams from various Arizona schools a chance to fine tune their robots at a “practice session” in preparation for actual competitions, which began Nov. 23 in Flagstaff.
On Nov. 4 the city of Phoenix launched a new program that will further its mission of being the best city to do business in — Electronic Plan Submission (EPR).
Ken Bennett kicks off his campaign for governor on Nov. 12, 2013, with a proposal to make consumers pay sales taxes on more items but with what he said would be a trade-off of eliminating the state income tax.
Maria Crimi Speth, an equity partner at Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk, has been appointed to the U.S. Subcommittee of the Anticounterfeiting Committee for the 2014-2015 term at the International Trademark Association, effective Jan. 1, 2014.
The Marketplace is open for business! Or is it?
When you look at the big picture of life (or as my pastor calls it, “the whole shebang”) you see that there are three main players: God, us, and the devil (which is Satan and all his mini-me’s).
Since taking office 21 months ago, I have made building a strong economy that works for every Phoenix family my highest priority.
Goodwill of Central Arizona plans to have four large-scale job fairs this month to further its mission of “Putting People to Work.”
The perfect place to find purses of all shapes, sizes and price points is coming to the Casa Paloma shopping center near Ahwatukee at the end of this month.
The unnamed woman with the weathered face stands on the corner of the street with her cardboard sign. The sign, like so many others around town reads, “Homeless and hungry. Anything helps. God bless.” Short and to the point the staccato sentences lay out the problem, tell us we have no excuse for not sharing something, and digs into our deepest held values. She doesn’t smile, but periodically salutes the oncoming traffic in a confident parody of Nixon’s classic V sign for victory, and of course, peace. Her gaze is largely fixed on the distance, as if mesmerized by the strip of shimmering pavement, interspersed by the bright shots of color as the vehicles flow by. Discretely hidden somewhere close by is her bicycle, and a few bags with her belongings. She’s not alone. Across the street is the man in whose company she’s often seen riding. They seem to trade off on corners, begging for relief, and preaching the gospel in silence.
The Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce and Ahwatukee Chamber Community Foundation (ACCF) are proud to offer scholarships to the Ahwatukee community.
Boulder City, Nev. -- It’s easy to trade the wild ways of Las Vegas for the wilds of the nearby Colorado River: All it takes is a call to a boating outfitter and a federally-approved form of ID.
Cole Tucker couldn’t help himself; not with his personality.
Cole Tucker, 17 and Carson Tucker, 12, hold gear that was traded to them by Cuban and Korean teams on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013. Both brothers traveled to Taiwan won gold medals with their respective Team USA baseball teams.
OK, it’s happening again. Another telemarketer is harassing Valley residents, even though the people are on the “Do Not Call” registry.
Mark your calendar for the second annual Business Expo and Luncheon coming up on Sept. 17 at the Arizona Grand Resort, 8000 Arizona Grand Pkwy. in Phoenix. Hosted by the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce Women in Business, the community is invited to attend and network with a diverse range of local businesses during the expo. This is a great opportunity to meet your business neighbor face-to-face.
The Arizona Builders’ Alliance (ABA), a nonprofit construction trade association, created a “Back To School Drive” this year to donate backpacks and school supplies to the Children’s First Academies in Tempe and Phoenix. One-hundred percent of the students and their families are at the poverty line and 68 percent of the students are homeless. There are approximately 300 students, grades K-9, being educated at the Phoenix campus and a little over 200 students, grades K-8, being educated at the Tempe campus.
The farm-to-table movement has become farm to facial for some in the spa industry, with more locations offering fresh herbs and flowers from their own gardens for treatments.
Go vertical during the 33rd Annual StairClimb event by the Arizona Chapter; participants conquer more than 35 floors of the Snell & Wilmer building at the Arizona Center. Teams are encouraged, but individuals may participate as well.
What’s a hulking vampire to do without moody mortals in distress and with no more computer-enhanced battles to wage in the forest?
The decision that voters in Phoenix City Council District 6 make on Tuesday, Aug. 27 will determine whether we remain a great city for the benefit of future generations or embark on the path of decline already laid out by cities like Detroit.
I’ve had the honor of chairing the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce Women in Business for the last two years. It has been our mission to provide programs and opportunities in leadership, development, education and networking for women in the business community. This group of women also focuses throughout the year on raising and collecting funds for the Women in Business Scholarship. The purpose of the scholarship is to aid the advancement of local woman into the business world.