Editor’s note: Joyce Coronel sat down with a West Chandler couple in an effort to gain insight into a high-profile murder case in which the man accused, a homeless meth addict, recently pleaded guilty. Don and Ellyn Black, a West Chandler couple, have a unique perspective on the deadly grip of drug addiction and how […]
If the Academy Awards presented Oscars to local talent, surely Pueblo’s theater teacher, Julie Hackmann, would have won more than her fair share.
The watchword in education of late has been access.
Dr. Edgar H. Hernandez was born in the rural Mexican state of Michoacán, near the Pacific Ocean.
By carving out one’s path in life, adversity often has a way of throwing a wrench in the best laid plans. Local centenarian John Bestall is certainly no stranger to adversity.
Photo enforcement cameras are now operational at nine West Chandler and other nearby intersections, with each being monitored at the approaches for north- and southbound traffic.
By Deborah Hilcove Megan Hardesty is a super mom. That’s the unprompted and indeed unbridled view of Brittany Barnes, a third-grade teacher at Wood Elementary in Tempe. And with Mothers Day just around the corner, what better time to plant the “Super Mom” label on someone who really deserves it. Says Barnes: “Megan was a […]
For more than 10 years, a few people who have one thing in common have been meeting at the closest thing to a Parisian sidewalk café that Tempe has to offer—P. Croissant.
By M. V. Moorhead Summer is unmistakably coming, and with it the need for some cool fun. If you can combine water activities with learning a little history, you have a recipe that’s sure to be a hit with kids. It’s how dozens of wide-eyed young ones from such local venues as Kyrene del Cielo […]
During the last few years, LED lighting has been popping up on store shelves everywhere; now, in case you hadn’t noticed, it’s bringing a bright new look to your neighborhood as well.