Speaker and author Marty Brounstein will give two keynote addresses on Holocaust Remembrance Day, Saturday, April 22 at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church, 3450 W. Ray Road, Chandler.
The public meetings are over and the online-comment period has ended.
In a world where everyone with a smartphone is a reporter, a story is going to be told with every interaction between the police and citizens.
For those who haven’t grown up Catholic, the prospect of actually joining the 2,000-year-old church might seem a bit daunting.
There’s nothing quite as lonesome as being the kid at school who has no one to play with.
In this springtime season of hope and renewal, a small group of volunteers demonstrated the power of love.
Players stood in a huddle on the field at Seton Catholic Prep during a flag football game on a warm spring afternoon.
So many residents poured in to a meeting at the Tempe Public Library to discuss proposals for the realignment of McClintock Drive that city workers scrambled to wheel in stacks of additional chairs.
With 12,000 children in foster care in Maricopa County alone, the ability to have a positive impact on these young lives might seem to be more in the realm of superheroes rather than mere mortals.
It’s invisible and it’s potentially deadly. It’s leptospirosis and Valley veterinarians are warning pet owners about this dangerous and highly contagious disease.