Apparently rejecting overtures by the golf course owner for a sit-down, the Foothills Club West Association board is expected to vote tomorrow night, Dec. 9, on whether to appeal a Superior Court judge’s ruling that gave the Club West Conservancy a victory in a lawsuit originally filed in Ma…
Calling his opponent’s argument “deceptive and inappropriate,” the lawyer for Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course owner ALCR told a judge, “It is time for the plaintiffs to put the past behind them and focus on what the owner of the property is required to do.”
Ahwatukee motor vehicle owners have felt the sting of the latest crime that’s on an upswing in this year: catalytic converter theft.
Halloween is just around the corner, and for kids that means free candy. And free candy means an increased need to ensure you’re taking the proper steps to maintain adequate oral health. Candy is not only loaded with sugar, but is very acidic, and can have adverse impacts on the teeth if pro…
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Zabdi Hess said it wasn’t hard coming up with the inspiration for a new kind of tap room. She and her husband Kyle have a three-year-old child.
When Vlada Markov was 9, her next-door neighbor acquired a new puppy, but as a flight attendant, she needed a reliable pet sitter.
Class of 2020
- State’s first candyland-bar opens in Chandler
- Ducey defends denial of funds to Kyrene, TU
- Put up $500K, judge orders Lakes Course owner
- Ahwatukee man’s therapy center a one-stop shop for kids
- Desert Vista, football coach Ty Wisdom mutually agree to part ways
- Ahwatukee begins year with 2 killings in five days
- KBACH salutes Ahwatukee boy’s musical prowess
- Her spa’s clients have fur and four legs
- New Ahwatukee eatery bullish about brunch
- Molinas bring family atmosphere to Pride soccer team
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