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On Wednesday, Lincoln Property Management broke ground on the Class A office space in Mesa Riverview, which it announced back in June.
Every year college seems to get more and more expensive. Finding ways to pay for it continues to be a tricky proposition. But a partnership between the U.S. Army and Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is showing students a potential way to tackle their post-high school education.
John Andes has countless stories to tell about his 104-year journey. Whether joy or heartbreak, he offers a smile and a silver lining in everything the world has brought him through a century and beyond.
Spandex and spiritual workouts — this may be the stretch you’re looking for.
There has always been a fair amount of discontent with Arizona Interscholastic Association and the member schools it regulates.
How's that new year, new you fitness pledge going? January, the start of New Year's resolution month, sees a healthy uptick in sign-ups at gyms and specialized studios offering such things as Pilates, kickboxing and yoga.
This weekend Celtic ska-punk pioneers — the California Celts — will parade through the doors of Fibber Magees Irish Pub in Chandler fully clad in kilts and playing bagpipes to put on a show that is sure to get the whole crowd dancing.
PHOENIX -- Calling the state of education in Arizona "poor,'' the new superintendent of public instruction urged more money for teachers, less focus on job training and an end to the "roller coaster of dramatic changes'' in what and how students are taught.
FILE - In this April 13, 2010 file photo, women exercise on machines in a gym in central London. January, the start of New Year's resolution month, sees a healthy uptick in sign-ups at gyms and specialized studios offering such things as Pilates, kickboxing and yoga. But money-saving expert Andrea Woroch in Bakersfield, California, said recent statistics show 67 percent of people who join don't use their memberships at all. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)
The spring 2015 arts events season at Arizona State University’s West campus will feature concerts, films, visual art installations and more.
In the mountains high above the Sonoran Desert in Tucson, Ariz., Al Michaels and Stan Kroenke were hiking a tough trail near a health and fitness resort.
Families make dozens of decisions every day. Some are as simple as choosing what to eat for dinner or where to go on vacation, but other decisions have a greater impact on the success of their children.
East Valley children with an interest in the transcontinental type of football now have a place where they can go and learn for free while also learning about leading a healthier lifestyle.
At 5 years old, Riley the terrier mix has grown into a well-mannered gentleman. This sweet, mellow, friendly guy has an honest face you can read like a book. Scratch his ears and the adoring look on Riley’s face will make you blush. Give Riley the belly rubs he enjoys so much and you’ll witness a dog turning into putty right before your eyes. Riley is an incredibly snuggly dog — all he wants in life is to be as close to his people. He likes being held, hugged, and kissed and will return the favor. He loves to curl up in the curve of your stomach to snuggle. Riley likes sitting on your lap. He enjoys outings with his people and rides well in the car. Riley would also be more than satisfied with a 20-minute daily walk. He walks great on a leash as long as you don’t mind giving him opportunities to roll around on the grass.
As a parent, we find purpose in caring for children. Our mission might be to raise children who grow up healthy, who are loving, and who contribute to the world. Many people are fortunate to live their lives finding purpose in their work. Their mission might be to help others or to make it a better world by solving problems at work. Others might see work only as a means to achieve a purpose of leisure or providing for one’s family. Regardless of who we might be, we all give effort to achieve goals. We all dream. We all seek to live with a purpose — a mission.
The Kyrene Community Education and Outreach Services program is gearing up to host its inaugural Kyrene Community Play Day in efforts to highlight the numerous after-school programs the district has to offer its K-8 students.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Jan. 12 in a suit brought by a local pastor against a Gilbert sign ordinance.
Zoyo Neighborhood Yogurt, a locally based frozen yogurt franchise with 10 locations throughout metro-Phoenix, has a new spin on frozen yogurt that’s a good fit for winter weather.
PHOENIX -- Insisting it will protect individual rights and create better citizens, the House and Senate voted Thursday to make Arizona the first state in the nation to require students to pass a civics test to graduate.
At this time of year, “Top Trends” and “Best Of” lists flood the news. And of the many trends that come and go over time, for most of us there is one trend that will never go away: We want to live healthier lifestyles in the new year!
Orange Sky chef wins AIGA Expo 2014 Chef’s Challenge
An Illinois bishop who performed a “minor exorcism” on the governor of that state over same-sex marriage will be the guest speaker at the annual Red Mass here marking the beginning of the legislative session.
Sam Irving’s life began with silence. He said little for the first four years of his life, his language skills the equivalent of a 16-month-old when he was 4.