New pastor offers pledge to help the most vulnerable

The Rev. Robert Aliunzi is one of West Chandler’s newest residents but he’s already gained thousands of new friends.

Local families fear the worst for their starving loved ones

As the crisis in Venezuela continues to escalate, three people who fled their economically crumbling nation and have taken refuge in Tempe and West Chandler have expressed their fears over rapidly deteriorating and increasingly dangerous conditions.

Baseball’s boys of summer

It’s incredible how familiar sounds and smells can cause us to reminisce on times past—memories which most call “the good old days.”

Discerning Diner: A new look at holiday meals, on the side

This a column about Thanksgiving side dishes.

Deadline for Love Your School Kyrene Contest looms

Schmuck said he started the Love Your School Kyrene project because it’s “a way to donate funds to the classrooms in Kyrene and inspire other individuals and businesses to do the same.”

Easter at Arizona Community Church

Easter is when most of the Christians around the world focus on and celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ, who is the Son of God. 

Going to the mat for their country

As summer inches its way toward an eventual finale, most recent high school graduates look eagerly forward to their first taste of freedom: life away from home at their new college or university.

Corona del Sol High School class of ’95 reunion Oct. 17

Corona del Sol High School’s class of 1995 is trying to get the word out about its 20-years reunion scheduled for Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. at the Boondocks in Scottsdale.

Chandler’s emergency response training offers ways to combat natural, man-made threats

Chandler’s Fire, Health & Medical Department is offering a free training course for West Chandler and other city residents who want to learn how to take care of themselves, their family, neighborhood and the community during an emergency or disaster.

Even in urbanized society, 4-H still plays a vital role

Biz Kid$ stage a ‘revolution’ among area teens