The Aztecs started the season in the same manner as they did in 2013 when they went on to take home the state championship trophy by winning their first meet, with two of their senior runners, Nate Rodriguez and Ryan Normand, crossing the finish line one-two at the Chandler Cross Country Invitational.
While those who live in colder climates brace themselves for the dip in fall temperatures, residents of Tempe and West Chandler kick up their heels.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month, a cause that is near and dear to this writer’s heart, so our Neighbor Next Door honor goes to Lisa Coonrod.
When Jenny Hardaway graduated from Corona, her parents wondered what the future would hold for her.
When Tempe residents Marcus Johnson and Edward Lee were growing up, athletics was central to their lives. Today, both men are pouring their passion for sports into the lives of young people through Future for Kids.
Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny has a new title to add to his name: President.
The Padres are making some noise once again in 2016.
Corona’s football team started its first game of the season strong but fell flat in the second half, losing to Highland 27-18.
Overseeing the transition of Kyrene del Norte into a dual language academy is a job Principal Jaime Soto prepared for his entire life.
Oktoberfest changes reflect concerns over liability, security; expected to boost funding for Sister Cities
One of Tempe’s signature events that has raised big money for the Sister Cities program is undergoing substantial changes this year.