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Residents looking for ways to stay healthy, wealthy and wise will find it all at Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Health Connect Expo, 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 6 at the Tumbleweed Recreation Center, 745 E. Germann Rd. The expo will feature fun exercise classes and demonstrations as well as resources on finance, safety, parenting and aging.
Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Merrill is seeing it more and more in the tough economy:
A 19-year-old man, a 47-year-old man and a 51-year-old woman have one thing in common: All three attempted suicide in Gilbert last weekend.
All-Tribune First Team Offense
It’s never too early to talk football, and it’s never too early to make (semi-) educated guesses.
East Valley wrestling state qualifiers
For all the success Curt LeBlanc had in his first six years at Queen Creek — a .681 winning percentage, four trips to the playoffs — his résumé was still blank under one heading: championships.
2008 All East Valley Region Baseball
Arizonans are overwhelmingly against a measure that would allow licensed, concealed handguns in schools, according to a Cronkite-Eight Poll released Tuesday.
Arizona’s presidential preference election will feature a selection of 48 candidates — two dozen apiece on the Democratic and Republican ballots. And no, you haven’t heard of most of them.
Scottsdale Saguaro assistant coach Frank Ruben just had to take a picture, for old time’s sake. He grabbed Austin Briehl from Scottsdale Notre Dame’s table and Drew Maggi and Ray Polk from Phoenix Brophy’s table at state championship media day on Tuesday.
A day before the news from Iraq reached his family in Arizona, Myron Shondee knew his little brother had died. Shondee, a 31-year-old Ahwatukee Foothills resident and member of the Navajo Nation, said he sensed Harry Shondee’s death the moment the 19-year-old Army medic was killed by a roadside explosion.
A couple of lasting impressions from Ridge Nielsen’s football career at Mesa Mountain View took place the final two weeks of 2006.
HOUSTON - Merrill Lynch & Co.’s former head of investment banking who was convicted last year in Enron Corp.’s bogus sale of power barges to the brokerage must report to prison for a 2 1 /2-year term later this month, a judge has ruled.
Richard Romley, one of the most popular and powerful politicians in Arizona, said this week he soon will announce whether he will seek a fifth term as Maricopa County attorney.
NEW YORK - Amid growing optimism that the holiday season will be cheerier than a year ago, two major retailers, J.C. Penney Co. and May Department Stores Co., reported third-quarter profits that beat Wall Street projections.
With only one foot out the door, Scottsdale’s now former city attorney already had an $80,000 request to the City Council to act as an outside legal representative.