spotlight
  • 0

Aqua-Tots Swim Schools, one of the world’s largest swim franchises, officially opened its international headquarters in East Mesa with some fanfare that included Mayor John Giles and Councilman Jeremy Whitaker.

spotlight
  • 0

When Ann and Jenny Siner opened their first My Sister’s Closet in Phoenix nearly 30 years ago, they wanted more than just a clothing store. They wanted a way of giving back to the community.

spotlight
  • 0

Northeast Mesa resident Anna Marie Stone has done plenty in her life. She’s owned a cleaning business in Atlanta, worked with the likes of Don Williams and Mickey Gilley on fundraisers and staged homes for sale. 

top story
  • 0

Cory Lucas likes to say he just fell into the restaurant business. Perhaps he’s making a bigger impact than he thinks. 

spotlight
  • 0

Thousands of Arizonans were in line for a wage bump Jan. 1, as the last phase in a 2016 voter-approved increase in the minimum wage kicked in.

top story
  • 0

Three East Valley municipalities have the top three the hottest housing markets in the country and Gilbert tops them all, according to the home-and-condo-sale website RealtyHop.com.

spotlight
  • 0

Two Mesa families who not only built successful businesses but also have been praised for their enormous contributions to the city and the region will be honored Tuesday during the PHX East Valley Partnership’s PHX East Valley Thought Leader Forum.

Sports / VarsityXtra

  • 1

Q: I’m going to a school that has a bunch of shared computers that I have to plug-in my USB drive to upload and download assignments.  How do I avoid getting a virus on my USB drive when plugging into the public computers? - Dawn