For most kids, turning 18 is a notable milestone. For Shaye Busse, a 2015 graduate of Corona del Sol High School, it was absolutely unforgettable.
You’ve probably heard them and wondered what you could do about it: The howling, the yowling and the fights that break out between the feral cats that populate the area.
South Tempe resident Dr. Flavio Marsiglia has joined the ranks of the most pre-eminent college members at U.S. colleges, honored as a Regents’ Professor for the 2014-2015 academic year.
A second member of Tempe’s venerable Allen baseball family is picking up where onetime Seattle Mariners third baseman Jamie Allen left off.
A glance at the list of over a dozen hookah flavors offered at Habookah Hookah lounge in Tempe reads like a Hawaiian shaved ice menu. From guava to blueberry muffin, just about anyone’s palate can be satisfied at this new-school style hookah lounge started by Cody Bahner. “This business really just grew out of a […]
Hilton Phoenix Chandler is on a roll. For the fourth time in five years, the hotel has been honored with the Connie Award from Hilton Worldwide.
Algebra may be a high-school level class, but middle school students at Summit School of Ahwatukee seem to thrive in advanced coursework. This year seventh grader Emma Lee earned the highest score in the state on the Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics annual state-wide algebra competition. Emma shares Summit’s renown with an impressive contingent […]
Tempe Union graduates from our area earned almost 25 million dollars in scholarships: Tempe High with 319 grads, $3.97 million Marcos de Niza with 350 grades, $4 million McClintock High with 375 grads, $5 million Corona del Sol with 611 grads, $11 million Congratulations to all the 2015 graduates!