Corona’s girls volleyball team, feeling confident after defeating Xavier in a five-set thriller in the semifinals, easily defeated Mountain Pointe in straight sets, 25-13, 25-21, 25-15, in the finals earlier this month to win the 2016 Division 6A State Championship for the first time since 1991.CONTINUE READING
Hours before sunrise, Corona del Sol senior Jacob Stewart dove into the water for swim practice but something was different.
The city’s wide ranging diversity and its abundance of talent were factors in an investment of nearly $34 million in developing a new Tempe location for ADP, a global provider of payroll and other human-resources services.CONTINUE READING
The evolution of trains – not to mention the basis of Tempe’s current transit system—wheeled its way into the Tempe Historical Museum during the recent opening of the Trains in Tempe exhibit.CONTINUE READING
“Did you ever look at her and wonder what she was thinking?”
There’s a degree of wit simply in naming an action thriller The Accountant.
Resident input sought on future planning for Tempe’s Ken…
An educational walk honoring survivors of prostate cancer and remembering those who have lost their battle to the deadly disease will be held from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at Kiwanis Park.
Todd Key knows what it’s like to be different, to be shunned.
As the Kyrene School District’s new superintendent, Dr. Jan Vesely, shared her priorities during two recent community forums, it became clear that greater educational choice is a driving force behind her 90-day plan for the district.