Kyrene’s newly constituted Governing Board last week got a taste of what their counterparts in Tempe Union High School District have been hearing for months – demands by some angry parents to open classrooms.
The top analyst of housing market trends in the Phoenix Metro Market last week sounded the alarms for homebuyers in 2021 that can be boiled down to one word: desperate.
As vaccinations for COVID-19 continue nationwide, blood donation agencies are stepping up efforts to encourage those who have had the disease and recovered to donate their plasma to help treat the sick.
Phoenix is starting a six-month pilot program this month that will allow Phoenix solid waste customers to schedule a home pickup of their household hazardous waste.
Gov. Doug Ducey wants to reduce taxes by $200 million this coming budget year – and another $200 million a year in each of the following two years – but isn’t ready to say who he wants to get that relief.
The judge whose oft-upheld rulings are paving the way for reopening the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course has tossed out one of the challenges to the voter-approved education tax.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemorations next Monday likely will be different, with many community service projects normally held that day either canceled or curtailed because of the need to maintain social distance.
Ahwatukee’s three members of the Arizona Legislature say they’ll be pushing for more resources for education and to help small businesses hurt by the pandemic during the upcoming legislative session.
For the last four years, hundreds of East Valley middle and high school students joined their counterparts from across the Valley to fill Grand Canyon University’s Arena for the Speak Up, Stand Up and Save Lives, a day-long assembly that enabled them to network and address solutions to bully…
While issues surrounding the ongoing emergency and election laws are likely to command a lot of legislative heat and light, there are dozens of other subjects, great and small, that will be debated.
The state’s top health official said Friday that educators, public safety workers and those 75 and older in five Arizona counties should be able to get inoculated against COVID-19 at pharmacies in a little more than a week.
Tim Barnes, the attorney who led the legal fight to restore the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course, has been hired by the Foothills Club West Association board as a counsel in its fight with a group of homeowners over their golf course.
Class of 2020
- Pharmacies should have COVID-19 vaccines within the week
- Homebuyers hit a wall in Ahwatukee
- Thunder students form nonprofit to help community
- Demands for open classrooms hit Kyrene board
- Greg Dayoob ‘appreciative’ to be back with Pride wrestling team
- City starts hazardous waste pickup service
- Club West Conservancy returns fire in suit against HOA board of directors
- Death stills a towering voice for firefighters
- Arizonans getting higher, new pot data suggests
- It’s not too early to prepare tykes for kindergarten
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