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The Scottsdale Charros — through its philanthropic arm the Charro Foundation — are champions of public education and supporting all youth of the greater Scottsdale community. For 60 … more
The love and dedication a parent can feel for a child are unrivaled by any physiological connection discovered in the known universe but for parents facing a new Down syndrome diagnosis, the effect … more
For years, Sunrise Boulevard south of Bell Road has stopped in a dead end just north of the Mountain Vista Ranch community. more
We moved into Vi at Silverstone more than six years ago.  And, since that time, I have completed a daily walk of three laps around what I call the “Sprout’s block.‟  My route … more
The restoration of a home on North MacDonald, the reuse of a business on West Main Street and the work of a neighborhood committee are being celebrated with Mesa Historic Preservation … more
The Pinal Partnership Board of Directors recently announced Rina Rien will be the next executive director. Rien is joining the partnership’s president, Anthony Smith, in marketing the county … more
Tom Ellsworth, who has 22 years of professional planning experience, has been hired as Maricopa County’s planning and development director. His first day on the job was June 28. Most … more
Members of the Mesa Sunrise Rotary are making it a holly jolly July for residents of the Christian Care Cottonwood Assisted Living community. The group spent time this summer collecting … more
“Casey has a heart of gold. He’s honest, open,” Casey’s group home manager says. The sixteen-year-old prides himself on being respectful to others and is always willing to … more
After 37 years of full-time service plus an additional 2.5 years of reserve firefighter service, Mark Blackstone officially retired June 30 from Superstition Fire and Medical District. He was the … more
A.T. Still University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona, 5850 E. Still Circle in Mesa, has named Gold Canyon resident Valerie Sheridan as the school’s dean, effective July … more
Your Name: Bonnie Rigsby Age: 52 Business Name: Let Your Soul Breathe LLC Town/Neighborhood: Gold Canyon Hours of operation: By appointment only, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. … more
District 3 Council member Francisco Heredia has been named chair of both the Valley Metro Rail Board of Directors and the Valley Metro Regional Public Transit Authority Board of Directors for the … more
It was around the sixth grade when Diego Cardenas Rivera started to take an interest in STEM disciplines. At that time he became involved with the MESA program at Peoria High School. He learned about … more
Hugh Illsley goes the extra mile for others – hiking the 24-mile Grand Canyon rim-to-rim in one day to raise up to $25,000 for Maasai Girls Rescue Center, a nonprofit that cares for vulnerable girls in Tanzania, Africa. more
Mountain Vista Medical Center and Florence Hospital, both Steward family hospitals, have selected Patrick Dunn as their new chief nursing officer. Dunn will be instrumental in aligning clinical … more
With the Fourth of July just around the corner, the Peoria Fire-Medical Department is encouraging the safe and responsible use of fireworks, which includes following all state and local laws, as well as safe handling and disposal of consumer fireworks. more
Meghann Wicks, store manager at Fry’s Food Stores in Gilbert, has been recognized as one of 2021’s “Top Women in Grocery” by Progressive Grocer magazine, a national food … more
Glendale farmers market buffs take note — a new option is coming to town. more
Mesa Community College recently recognized faculty members for excellence in teaching and learning with Endowed Teaching Awards. Faculty members Diana Breed, R.N. and Elizabeth … more
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