Talk to Roger Falcone for a little while and it’s easy to understand how his office on Chandler Boulevard in Ahwatukee has become the nerve center for one of the most successful set of websites on the planet, pouring $750,000 into the local economy last year alone.
As children and teens begin returning to Mesa classrooms, teachers and administrators aren’t just focused on addressing “learning loss” among many students during months of online instruction.
A Tempe Union High School Governing Board member last week slammed students for using a form letter to beg for the reopening of high schools, linking their pleas and protests to the volatile eight-candidate campaign for three board seats up for election in November.
The former treasurer of the Monte Vista Elementary School PTO faces an initial Superior Court appearance Oct. 1 on two felony charges accusing her of embezzling $61,438 through four different schemes between August 2017 and May 2019.
Six months after they were closed at the onset of the pandemic, the seven fields at Pecos Park reopened last week, joining the tennis and pickleball courts, the outside basketball courts and the dog park – which were never closed in the face of the pandemic.
Just over 2,600 of Kyrene’s youngest students will return to classrooms for the first time since mid-March as the district’s rolling reopening begins Thursday.
No one skipped a beat last month during the early part of Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course owner Wilson Gee’s testimony in his contempt of court hearing when he matter-of-factly disclosed that one of the parties interested in acquiring the site “told me that God told him to buy it.”
State officials are trying to stave off what they fear could be a spike in suicides, possibly linked to the COVID-19 outbreak and the depression that can go along with that.
City Manager Ed Zuercher has rejected an organizer’s proposal to place a Black Lives Matter street mural in downtown Phoenix, similar to those that have popped up across the country in the wake of demands for racial justice.
The lawyer for Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course owner Wilson Gee’s company has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to consider “whether a court order requiring the owner of private property to operate a business on the private property violates the involuntary servitude provision of the Thirteenth Amend…
A proposed policy that would involve monitoring Foothills HOA residents’ comments about their board and the Foothills Association is emerging as a potential issue as the board enters its election season.
Since June, members of the East Valley Blue Line Supporters have stood at a corner at Gilbert and Warner roads for weekly rallies in support of police.
Scottsdale Police have arrested a Chandler man on felony charges that he allegedly attempted to scam his friends, police officers and prosecutors into believing he was dying of an incurable illness.
Class of 2020
- Police: Ex-treasurer stole $61K from Monte Vista PTO
- As classrooms reopen, students’ mental health a big concern
- Ahwatukee couple’s business caters to thirsty people
- Board & Brush marks 3 years in Ahwatukee
- TU board member rips reopening letters, dirty campaign tactics
- Ahwatukee girl wins prestigious Native American scholarship
- SARAH LINDSAY JAMES
- Octogenarians flock to local pickleball courts
- With God on his side, he aims to restore Lakes course
- Ahwatukee lawyer named one of the best
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