After being on the job hunt again while having a part-time job at Farmers Insurance, I decided to essentially create my own business as an editor for college students.
Faced with the heartbreaking knowledge that more than 17,000 children in Arizona are in foster care, most people might sigh and throw up their hands, discouraged by what seems an insurmountable challenge.
When I was growing up in the Valley back in the 1960s and ‘70s, we knew the name of every family on the block.
In the high-tech age of texting and social media, children have become more susceptible to bullying than ever before – even for many talented individuals, like U.S. gold medalist Gabby Douglas, who recently reported being “devastated” by negative online comments about her performance in Rio.
There’s a new administration in town and Superintendent Jan Vesely is becoming known as a change-agent in the Kryene District.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce has named the current president and chief executive officer of the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce as the successor to Mary Ann Miller, who retired effective Oct. 1.
The face of the East Valley is about to change again, thanks to a new development called “The Grand at Papago Park Center,” which officials of the local utility provider the Salt River Project have announced.
As the nation gears up for one of the most contentious presidential elections in years, residents of Tempe and West Chandler are also keeping an eye on what’s happening right here in Arizona.
Throughout the year, local families have been able to rely on an abundant offering of good will from the staff at Tempe’s Family Resource Center. In dire situations, an emergency helping hand could even be counted on.
If the sounds of shuffling feet and the munching of human brains don’t deter you, Oct. 21 promises to offer a frightfully good prospect for fun.