World’s smallest heart pump now saving lives at Chandler Regional

Story & photo by Chelsea Martin Edward Townley is appreciative of plenty things—most importantly his life. Townley suffered a massive heart attack on Jan. 10, and Chandler Regional Medical...

Forum explores improved pathways to higher learning

Story & photo by Michelle Hirsch Utilizing a forum organized annually by the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, the presidents of all three Arizona universities got a chance to involve their...

Awards honor top firefighters

Capt. Mike Pallas has been named recipient of the Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Department’s Firefighter of the Year honors. Raul Rios received Paramedic of the Year recognition,...

Workshops help unlock puzzle of homeowner association rules, regs

If you live in a neighborhood with a homeowners association, chances are the Phoenix Suns fan next door won’t be painting his house purple with orange trim any time soon.

Recollections of a notable past — and a vision lives on

For Dr. Jon Konti, being the new guy in town isn’t the least bit intimidating. Nor is the realization that he’s now part of...

Arts Center’s youth advisory council opens a pathway to successful, productive futures

Art Works: It’s a call to action by the Washington, D.C.-based National Endowment for the Arts, which uses the simple, two-word proclamation to describe an ongoing arts enrichment campaign that has grown to nationwide stature.

Public understanding of issues key to Kyrene election’s success

By Diana Whittle Members of the Kyrene Governing Board believe it will require a community effort to educate residents on the need for a Yes...

MCC promotes civic engagement

By Sally Mesarosh Mesa Community College student Amanda Fahy believes there’s more to a college education than just academics. This past semester she took time from her studies to volunteer at Care Partnership, a...
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