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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.
Lovers of laughter and comedy fanatics can head to Tempe Jan. 22 - 25 to see the internationally known comedian, Pablo Francisco, at Tempe Improv. After hosting multiple sold-out shows in Australia, Amsterdam and London, being featured on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and filming two popular comedy specials for Nuvo, Francisco is back with new material featuring character impersonations and impressions for his Arizona audience. Attendees will have a sneak peak into his newest material that will also appear in his latest one-hour special, “Here We Go Again,” on Nuvo. Tickets for the show at Tempe Improv (930 E. University Drive.) are on sale for $28 by calling (480) 921-9877 or visiting TempeImprov.com.
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.
The number of new homes in Gilbert might slow down by the end of 2015, but officials from the town, chamber and school districts anticipate an uptick in business and a few technology changes for the education vector.
After a banner year in 2014, Tempe looks to continue its upward momentum heading into 2015.
This last year was a busy one indeed for Mesa. With an estimated population reaching nearly half a million, leaders have taken steps to ensure Mesa will continue to grow as a force to be reckoned with, not only in the Valley, but in the state and beyond. Several major economic expansions as well as renewed efforts to revitalize aging areas and move the entire city into the future have brought sizeable changes to the landscape and economic playing field of the East Valley’s largest city.
While many recent graduates are out hunting for jobs, one Mesan is applying her new law degree to her existing practice as a financial planner to better serve her clients.
What should East Valley residents expect from the local and state economies in the near future? One forecaster estimates a little sluggishness in the next 12 months followed by much stronger growth in the years following.
W. Steven Martin knows what it’s like to not have much for Christmas. He came to Arizona in 1958 to be with his sick father, who died just a few months after he arrived.
Rex Bowser sits down at a small table in the corner of a Starbucks in Chandler. The longtime Seton Catholic football coach sips his coffee in a laid-back, relaxed manner and begins to tell the story of his more than four-decade-long career.
President Obama's proposal to resume diplomatic relations with Cuba has elicited mixed reactions from Valley residents with Cuban roots.
When it comes to boys soccer, the East Valley is loaded in Division I, while Division II and III look to catch up and represent the Valley in the playoffs.
Boys Runner(s) of the Year:
It has been a great year for football in the East Valley. For starters, Chandler High brought a state title home for the school’s first championship in 65 years. Hamilton also has a successful season, going 12-2, reaching the state finals and coming up just short to the Wolves.
‘The Snow Queen’
The saying goes that good teams don’t rebuild, they simply reload. That seems to be the case with the East Valley’s boys basketball teams as several of them are set to make deep playoff runs again.
The Arizona Department of Education named Tempe’s McClintock High School a National Title I Distinguished School earlier this month.
The city of Tempe has become a national front-runner in LGBT equality after scoring a perfect score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
Marcos de Niza needed a big performance from their sophomore quarterback Nazareth Greer if they were going to defeat a Deer Valley team that has been solid against the run. They were also going to need their defense to have a good night.
Legislative District 18 will continue to be controlled by the GOP after Republican candidates swept the state House and Senate races in Tuesday’s election.
Tuesday’s election has shown clear indicators on who will be new members of the Kyrene School District and Tempe Union High School District governing boards.
With the hustle and bustle of over 80,000 students, workers, and faculty at Arizona State University — one of the nation’s largest universities — making it through one day without waste is nearly impossible.