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Students at Primrose School of South Gilbert will showcase a variety of cultures at an event on Sept. 18.
Red Mountain High School students will put on a performance of “The Road to Shambala” in October.
Gilbert voters won’t have to vote in November for its new town council members, although there’s still some doubt who will fill all four open seats.
Red Rocks Music Festival
What started as an accident at her preschool has led to multiple months of chemotherapy treatment for Gilbert 4-year-old Olivia Dodson, whose family has organized an event on Sept. 7 to raise funds for cancer treatment.
(Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of stories about “snowbirds” in the Valley of the Sun).
If you’re looking for a brief beach getaway, but don’t feel like driving to the nearest coastline, there might be a solution for you.
A local organization will host a wine tasting event this November in order to fund spay and neutering surgeries at the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control.
The family of a Mesa man who rescued his family from a fire says he’s died from his injuries.
AT&T is offering students from Arizona State University and other schools heading back to class free ice cream on Saturday.
Every night, my phone rings with electoral candidates making promises. My mail box is full of fliers trying to scare me with how wrong their opponent is. What I’m not seeing is the candidates stating how they will vote on issues that actually affect the lives of children and families in our state. Arizona ranks 46th in the nation on overall conditions for children, but unfortunately, this does not seem to be a priority for our elected officials. The best predictor of Arizona’s economic future is how our children are being treated today. It’s time for someone with courage, and a real heart for our children to be elected to shape Arizona’s future. We really need to ask each candidate: “How will you be the voice for children and make sure they have the opportunity to succeed?”
The Arizona Technology Council took its donation back from Gov. Jan Brewer's political action committee after she used its cash to try to defeat a legislative candidate it supports.
Youth American Ballet Company will host an audition this Saturday to recruit dancers for a series of performances.
Why is it that we see so much violence in the world? Why is it that there are so many wars and rumors of wars? Why is it that, in the news, we hear more about hate than love? If you’re like me, then you’ve heard enough bad news to last a lifetime.
The turf of Rio Salado Golf Course in Tempe will be hacked up not by irons but spades after Ken Singh of Singh Organic Soils, LLC, and Singh Farms in Scottsdale reinvigorates the landscape.
There’s no doubt it’s politics time in the Valley. The signs are on street corners. Candidates messages are coming to phones across the Valley.
Whether it’s grandma’s garden, a desert landscape or a patch of green grass, our gardens enrich our lives with a certain serenity and calmness. A beautiful garden can whisk us away to another place and time. “Flourish: Artworks Inspired by Our Gardens,” on display at Vision Gallery in Chandler through Aug. 30, features textiles, ceramics, photography and mixed media by 50 Arizona artists focusing on natural, floral and botanical artworks.
Fulton Homes will start its noon salute program to highlight middle and high school bands in the region.
Motorists in Arizona have seen another dip in the cost to fill the tank this week, one that put the average price below $3.50.
New Song Center for Grieving Children is recruiting people to serve as volunteer facilitators.
The town of Gilbert is accepting applications from residents interested in joining one of its commissions and boards.
Coconut water, maple water, even birch and cactus waters... A quick inventory of beverages in the produce section makes it clear — plant waters are rising.