A community that strives to maintain strong threads throughout all parts of its intricate web is crucial to its prosperity. When one member of a tightly knit community faces a difficult situation, the rational solution is to firmly support one another.
Tempe resident Erika Jacobs and Corona del Sol graduate Jason Soronson don’t know each other but share an uncommon insight.
With stadium lights blazing and the high school band playing, the Mountain Pointe football team—the Pride--ran onto the field.
If you live in West Chandler and have been missed in Chandler’s 2015 Special Census, it’s not too late to be counted.
It was the late 1990s, and for 14 long months Karen Goetz spent sleepless nights aplenty.
Chandler’s burgeoning downtown is about to get another eye-popping addition to its environs: a project its planners envision as becoming “the heart and soul” of a mixed-use development already approved for the area.
Summit School of Ahwatukee will have a new leader for the 2015-2016 school year, and he’s fired up about challenging students to learn in innovative ways.
Here in the sunny Southwest, the rays of the sun are plentiful. Beyond bringing winter visitors, they’re also helping power the future.
Daughter, wife, mother. Engineer, entrepreneur, artist. Mary Contreras, owner of Tempe-based Contreras State Farm Agency, grew up on a South Dakota ranch, attended college, graduated with degrees in engineering and commercial art.
Some journeys are a single step. Others take thousands. Marcia Fine, author of “The Blind Eye: A Sephardic Journey” and winner of the Adult Category of 2015 OneBookAZ, began her own journey in Miami, Florida.