It’s been 53 years since the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated and the societal change he fought and prayed for seems as much a dream now as it did in 1969.
After nearly two years of pandemic gloom and the sad passing of at least one longtime community tradition, Ahwatukee has something to cheer about.
A Phoenix City Council subcommittee is scheduled today, Jan. 5, to discuss how soon parks officials can get a long-delayed master plan update back on track.
Chip Mahoney, owner of Wicked Brews, Bites & Spirits in Ahwatukee, hasn’t had enough silverware since September. Normally, silverware is washed and folded into cloth napkins at the end of worker shifts but, instead, he spends his days driving to shops and supply stores hoping to find sil…
COVID-19 levels are as high, if not higher, than a year ago. Two of Ahwatukee’s golf courses are still closed. And home affordability remains elusive for many people as inventory remains low and prices continue to rise.
Change and same-old, same-old. Controversy and jubilation. Promise and disappointment. Every year has all that and Ahwatukee had more than its share in 2021.
Ahwatukee Lakes residents are closing out the year with a sight they haven’t laid eyes on in eight years – grass on half of the 18-hole golf course.
Amid a surge in a new COVID-19 variant, Kyrene and Tempe Union school districts so far plan to take opposite approaches on mandatory masks on campuses.
Top Phoenix officials last week indefinitely suspended the implementation of an order requiring all its 14,000 city employees be vaccinated by mid-January against COVID-19 after a federal judge in Atlanta halted the Biden administration’s effort to mandate the vaccine for all federal contractors.
The Foothills Club West Association board unanimously decided last week not to appeal a Superior Court ruling that its predecessor improperly acquired the declarant rights to the golf course that could determine the embattled site’s future.
Class of 2020
- Ahwatukee begins year with 2 killings in five days
- Desert Vista, football coach Ty Wisdom mutually agree to part ways
- New Ahwatukee eatery bullish about brunch
- COVID derails city update of 34-year-old parks master plan
- He’s The Handy Fireman
- Mountain Pointe’s Amier Boyd announces commitment to Northern Illinois
- ASU awards special MLK honor to local professor
- Rejoice! Ahwatukee Easter Parade is coming back
- Inflation, worker shortages grip restaurants here
- Studies put him in thick of the fight against COVID-19
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