A pair of Valley entrepreneurs is helping businesses get a better idea of the quality of their customers service — and giving customers a more detailed and efficient way to rate it.
It’s not surprising that one of several ways George Shirley has given back is by helping to get safe water and adequate sanitation to some of the billions of people in the world who don’t have one or the other — or neither.
An Ahwatukee school has fielded a team in next week’s national competition for Odyssey of the Mind, a 40-year-old international competition that requires team members to work together at length to solve a predefined, long-term problem using STEM and the arts.
For 14 of his 34 years with KEZ FM 99.9 radio, Marty Manning has been honoring a teacher or a staffer at a Valley school in nine monthly visits a year to present Excellence in Education awards.
Republican lawmakers are making yet another bid to make it more difficult for those proposing their own laws to gather sufficient signatures.
Nearly a year since the Parish of St. Benedict in Ahwatukee launched an ambitious fund drive in the hopes of building a new church in time for Christmas of this year, leaders of the building drive have decided that maybe they were a little too ambitious.
The increasing importance being placed on getting kids interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and math has prompted the folks at the Ahwatukee Community Swim and Tennis Center to offer a new summer activity for children 6 to 12 years old.
Every January, volunteers fan out across Maricopa County to conduct the Point-in-Time homeless count in hopes of learning about challenges faced by people who lack shelter. But this year, a new question was added to the survey: “How many pets did you have sleeping with you last night?”
The True Life Companies may still be a party in the long-running litigation involving the future of the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course, but a lawyer for the developer says his client is not “directing or participating the pending litigation.”
Plans for a Republican-crafted budget blew up last week when a second GOP lawmaker said she won’t vote for a spending plan unless and until the state gives victims of childhood sexual abuse more time to sue their attackers.
The East Valley generated nearly half the total job growth in Maricopa County in 2018, according to data from the CBRE Research, Arizona Commerce Authority and Greater Phoenix Economic Council.
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