For the last seven years the Ahwatukee Kiwanis Club has worked with three churches to serve a Thanksgiving dinner to kids who live in group foster homes.
Services were held Nov. 10 in Tennessee for Todd Hampton Lillard, a former Ahwatukee Foothills News photographer in the 1990s who died earlier this month. He was 60 and lived in New Bethel, Tennessee.
With Santa Cruz County facing one of the highest rates of COVID-19 cases in the state, Tubac Fire Department Fire Chief Cheryl Horvath knew that a vaccine is what’s needed to bring an end to the pandemic.
State and local school officials last week expressed concern over the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Arizona, pleading with the entire community – not just students and school personnel – to do their part to keep the virus in check and kids in classrooms.
When the bright lights of Karl Kiefer Stadium flicker on Friday night as Mountain Pointe and Desert Vista football teams take the field for the 24th Ahwatukee Bowl, the atmosphere surrounding one of the state’s best and longest rivalries will be different.
As the minutes would tick down to their appearance on the stage, Antoine Olds was known to give his dancers an uplifting, somewhat humorous bit of encouragement.
For more than two decades, the Assistance League of the East Valley has helped people in need of all ages in the region, but now, amid the pandemic’s impact on most nonprofits, it’s the Assistance League that could use a little help.
The dismal year will soon get a bit brighter for Ahwatukee residents as the Festival of Lights’ contractor starts hanging the million white lights along Chandler Boulevard.
Amid surging virus cases in many parts of Maricopa County and the state, Tempe Union officials appear on course to keep classrooms open to students only two days a week for the foreseeable future.
Since opening in February, the USS Arizona Memorial Gardens at Salt River has been visited by thousands of guests who pay tribute to the men aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, sharing their stories, efforts and sacrifice.
Arizonans have decided they want to be able to smoke marijuana and apparently are just fine with taxing the richest state residents to help add funds for K-12 education.
Planned Parenthood has quietly dropped its lawsuit challenging several abortion restrictions in Arizona that had forced it to close its Chandler clinic.
Class of 2020
- Dancers and parents mourn artistic dance director Antoine Olds
- Judge to Gee: Have Lakes course running in 2022 or pay $3.5M
- Mountain Pointe reclaims Tukee Bowl trophy with win over Desert Vista
- Ahwatukee Bowl 2020 ‘won’t be the same’
- Wicked Brews makes owner’s dream come true
- Impact players to watch in the 24th Ahwatukee Bowl
- ‘Staggering’ COVID-19 death toll feared for Arizona
- Most Ahwatukee students likely learning at home the rest of 2020
- Sellers pulls off slim county supervisor win
- School officials alarmed by COVID-19 surge
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