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$1,000 grant from Four Peaks Brewery lifts Thew Elementary teacher’s spirits

Thew Elementary third-grade teacher Andrea Perez plans to use her $1,000 grant toward her classroom library.

Artificial turf to debut in Corona stadium in Aztecs’ football opener

Artificial playing surfaces, like the new one at Corona del Sol High, cost less for school districts to maintain and hold up to use better than natural grass.

‘IT WAS LIKE A BOMB WENT OFF’ . . . 4 men burned in explosion that blew roof off print shop expected...

Those near the Platinum Printing explosion on Aug. 26 heard and felt the blast a half-mile away; all 4 who were injured are expected to survive and make full recovery.

W. Chandler explosion, fire injures 4; prompts major response, evacuations

An explosion and fire that collapsed the roof at a West Chandler print shop Thursday morning critically injured two people, seriously injured two others and prompted a massive response.

Pastor, people, politics: The 3 ‘P’s’ to prosperity for Chandler Mayor Hartke

In Part 2 of an exclusive interview, looks at Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke the politician, his views on West Chandler, light rail, the Price Corridor, and his own political survival and future.

Black entrepreneurs given boost with We Rise business mentoring initiative

We Rise, created by non-profit Local First Arizona, is a business education and mentoring program aimed to fortify Arizona Black-owned businesses.

Director Shyamalan unable let his latest venture ‘Old’ age very gracefully

In writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's "Old," his latest release, the characters at a secret beach resort age rapidly. 

Disabilities law broke barriers, opened doors, but 2 lament that it’s no cure-all

Even with the Americans With Disabilities Act, enacted 31 years ago, it remains anything but easy navigating life in public places, 2 with disabilities say.
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