After another dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases in the county and state, Gov. Doug Ducey ordered restaurants to reduce capacity to less than 50% and emphasized more tests were coming.
The Tempe Union High School Governing Board last week deferred action on a move to transfer $450,000 earmarked for school resource officers at four high schools, including Desert Vista and Mountain Pointe as it unanimously approved a $113-million maintenance and operations budget and a $20.…
The six-year battle over the future of the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course could land before the nation’s highest court, owner Wilson Gee’s attorney disclosed last week.
The new school year in Ahwatukee schools was further scrambled last week as Gov. Doug Ducey ordered campuses across the state to remain closed until at least Aug. 17.
When Sharon Wozny realized that kids with cancer were missing out on important learning opportunities – a result of cancer-related school absences – she went to work on a solution.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s latest executive order to slow the spread of COVID-19 last week blindsided those who work in the fitness industry and drew defiance from at least one major chain of gyms.
Backers of a campaign to legalize recreational use of marijuana submitted about 420,000 signatures on petitions Wednesday to put the issue on the November ballot.
Registration is now open for the Area Agency on Aging’s Too Many Treasures Hoarding Therapy Group. The 14-week virtual sessions will begin in early September and run through mid-December.
The fight that pits scores of Club West homeowners against their HOA board and the new owners of the golf course intensified this week as the nonprofit that oppose s homes on the ravaged site asked a judge to stop any further efforts to advance a plan for the property until at least October.
Horizon Honors last week unveiled its reopening plan for the fall, giving parents of K-12 students the option of fulltime in-class instruction with a requirement to wear face masks or all-online instruction with a strict regimen that even includes a dress code.
Class of 2020
- Ex-Chandler mom at center of trail of deaths
- Some gyms defy Ducey’s shutdown order
- COVID-19 surge scrambles start of school year
- Push for more testing as virus cases increase
- TU board defers action on move to axe campus officers
- Family, 2 little girls face gut-wrenching ordeal
- Lakes owner asking U.S. Supreme Court to intervene
- Feds poured millions into Ahwatukee to save jobs
- Nonprofit seeks restraining order against Club West HOA
- Mt. Pointe senior tells board: SROs aren’t the problem
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