Lacrosse gains fans, players as recognition spreads

Leaders of the Aztec Lacrosse Club are starting to see results from their nearly 14 years of determination to bring wider recognition to the sport, as well as a new generation of devotees.

Fitness buffs launch new-concept realty center

Who knew that pitching the benefits of leg lifts, pumping iron and swimming laps would eventually lead to a career helping others score their dream home?

Alzheimer’s fundraiser: ‘A Night to Remember’

Watching a family member deteriorate, due to an illness, can be an excruciating experience.

Concerns simmer over water rates; Council to vote Nov. 30

Water rates in Tempe may be going up, even though city officials at a recent public meeting tried to offer a splash of hope that newly approved increases, if any, won’t be as severe as some had feared.

West Chandler church offers hope to orphans

Battered by hurricanes and leveled by an earthquake, Haiti sits more than 7,000 miles away from the devastating drought and civil war suffered by Uganda.

Disaster close-up via a man who’s seen it all

Mark Moorehead may be 1,200 miles away and high and dry from the same raging torrents that inundated Houston and much of Florida, but he still can’t forget the often lifechanging results that nature can produce.

Aztec wrestlers grapple with funding at carwash

Corona DI state championship wrestling team is doing more than working hard in the offseason to be ready when the official school season starts later this fall: They were hard at work last Saturday washing cars to help raise money for their team.

Brainy idea: Pedaling basics of bike repair

Recycle a Bicycle: How could the brains behind this idea have picked a catchier moniker for their budding bike repair class?

Mariposa, St. John Bosco come to the rescue

For most of us, being a proud grandparent comes naturally.

7 teen suicides heighten concerns

Suicide is a word that hits hard—particularly when it involves cases that increasingly are stealing our community’s young people.