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The Gilbert Chamber of Commerce hosted its fifth annual Businessman and Businesswoman of the Year luncheon Wednesday afternoon, in which the chamber highlighted the success of Gilbert’s top businessperson.
The regular season has come to a close for both boys and girls soccer and the brackets for the 2015 playoffs have been announced.
It was 1972 and Ramon Elias had just graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in recreation. He was looking for a job like any college kid fresh out of school.
The East Valley Women’s League will be collecting new and gently used prom dresses and accessories from Feb. 1-28 to be given away for free in March and April to Arizona high school juniors and seniors during the “Cinderella Affair.”
Super Bowl Sunday and the week heading into it are expected to increase consumer spending exponentially and not just in the region surrounding University of Phoenix Stadium.
Travis Schureman was a bit perplexed, much like everyone else, but he isn’t as concerned as others about where the Queen Creek football program will land once divisional placement is finalized.
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.
Under an Oct. 17 federal court ruling, gays and lesbians have the right in Arizona to marry, but homosexual couples may still find themselves unable to wed here in the church of their choice.
On Monday Desert Vista and Skyline boys basketball teams stepped onto the hardwood just like they normally do. They laced up their sneakers the same as always, the only difference was they weren’t playing in a high school gym that night.
An East Valley religious coalition received a $100,000 grant from Dignity Health to provide aid for the homeless.
Recently inaugurated Gov. Doug Ducey reiterated points about education and economic reform made at his State of the State address during the 2015 East Valley Breakfast with the Governor on Jan. 14.
On Monday, the Mesa City Council voted to forgive $50 million in loans to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
Members of Boy Scouts Pack 125 Tiger Den 4 took a tour of the East Valley Tribune's office in Tempe on Jan. 13.
From left, Ashton Wester, Tyler Roberti, Aaron Townsend, Carter Koeneke, Andrew Hansen, Gavin Wester, Mason McPeek and Ryan McEnaney toured the East Valley Tribune office in Tempe on Jan. 13. [Eric Mungenast/Tribune]
It’s not so much a goodbye; it’s just the relationship is going in a different direction.
Glen Hamer, president of the Chamber of Arizona Commerce and Industry, vowed the organization will fight some yet-to-be-implemented tax cuts approved several years ago.
The art of a Mesa resident will be featured in the annual Creativity and Parkinson’s Calendar, published by the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, for the second year in a row.
The American Red Cross has organized a slew of blood drives to occur in the East Valley at the end of January.
A series of projects will restrict lanes and close down highways in the East Valley and Valley metro region this weekend.
One of the biggest goals for Chandler in 2015 will be continuing to improve its economic footprint.
It wasn’t long ago when the Mountain View boys soccer team was not just a team that was down on its luck, but a team people dreaded to play.
After a banner year in 2014, Tempe looks to continue its upward momentum heading into 2015.
Arizona drivers are paying the lowest price to fill the tank this decade.
The high school sports scene in the East Valley featured a mix of continued dominance for some teams, along with others finally breaking through after years of being very close. Some teams failed to survive adversity, while others found a way to thrive through their difficult times.