Ten East Valley families are being sought to host foreign exchange students for 10 months.
When a local restaurant gets a reservation for a large group of men under the name ROMEOs, there can be some initial confusion.
For more than a decade, Mathew Blades’ distinctive voice filled the airwaves every morning in households across greater Phoenix.
A retired Desert Vista High School teacher has earned Journalism Education Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
An Ahwatukee company that stepped in as grand sponsor of this year’s Ahwatukee Kiwanis Club East Parade has launched a new campaign to honor someone who served.
We all want to stay healthy and live independently throughout our retirement years. Unfortunately, that won’t be possible for some of us, so it’s a good idea to be prepared for health-related challenges — such as the need for long-term care.
Tempe Union Governing Board President Armando Montero earned degrees in political science, economics and mathematics with a focus in statistics when he graduated Monday from Arizona University.
The acronym HOPE in the Ahwatukee nonprofit ‘HOPE for the Homeless’ has an emphatic and personal definition to founder Tim Berry.
Their grandparents might remember like it was yesterday: sliding a tape from Tower Records into a cassette deck to listen to the new single by Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Wonder or ABBA.
Two Tempe business are sponsoring a festival Saturday, May 13, to benefit Ahwatukee-based Armer Foundation for Kids and in honor of an Ahwatukee youngster who passed away two years ago from leukemia.
News from around Ahwatukee this week includes an Ahwatukee-based comedy club rolling with weekly fun competition "HaHaTukee," Democrats and Donuts meeting next week in Chandler and a selection of events from public libraries around Phoenix.
Several groups of Mountain Pointe High School on April 27 combined their art, ceramics and culinary talents at the school’s 31st annual art show.
A Boy Scout troop chartered by Horizon Honors Schools in Ahwatukee pitched in for a project in Club West to build a vegetable garden that will help people in need.
A 9-year-old Ahwatukee girl with a rare bone cancer is leading an awareness run for a Chandler nonprofit that stands by families whose children are struck by the dreaded disease.
Rebranded and ready to entertain Ahwatukee, the Arizona Community Theatre Company is having a couple of busy weeks this month.
News from around Ahwatukee this week includes a Bunco fundraiser slated for May 10 by Ahwatukee Women’s Social Club, Music Maker piano competition winners prepare for their Tempe show and the Desert Rivers Audubon Society is hosting a DIY Bird Safety Workshop.
An East Valley dental clinic has launched its annual Mother’s Day Dental Makeover Giveaway so some moms can have a brighter smile.
Photographer Cassandra Tomei captured the sights and scenes from Festival of Lights Wine and Beer Festival a truly festive occasion April 21.
Over 45 U.S. military veterans and American Legion Auxiliary members gathered at the Ahwatukee Recreation Center earlier this month to share experiences, eat, drink, laugh, and play cards.
Ahwatukee-based comedy club rolling with weekly fun competition
As the school year heads to a close, Horizon Honors Schools’ theater arts program is offering a classic musical the next two weekends in its multipurpose room.