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In a way, Glendale is Arizona’s answer to the New York Giants. You never saw us coming. But suddenly, by gosh, we’ve got a Super Bowl, and you don’t!
June 23, 2004
As Tempe runs into obstacles on plans to build a mall near two major freeways, the Mesa City Council continues to hold confidential talks about building a larger mall on farmland several miles to the east.
Sands on Broadway, a 4-year-old used car dealership that replaced a Mazda and Volkswagen franchise, closed last Wednesday.
I read in the paper the other day that the Coyotes’ hockey season is over. This came as news to me because I rank hockey right up there with Botswana’s soccer team as something worth following.
Scores of Northwest Valley children descended upon the Arrowhead Towne Center this weekend to create a giant-sized city skyline and, in the process, become city planners — with Legos.
LOS ANGELES — Simon Property Group, the nation's largest shopping mall owner, made a $10 billion hostile bid Tuesday to acquire ailing rival General Growth Properties.
Famous Footwear and a wing-full of neighboring stores at Paradise Valley Mall may be making way for famous actors.
Which Valley malls are the best and worst when it comes to car theft?
MERCHANDISE FOR FANS: The Super Bowl Merchandise Store at Paradise Valley Mall in Phoenix is one of a few vendors allowed to sell official licensed NFL merchandise for Super Bowl XLII in Glendale.
Will the proposed move from Scottsdale to Glendale of the Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auction-the Valley seems to be tilting to the west lately and many big events are sliding that way - be developer Steve Ellman's ultimate revenge?
A video has been posted online of a man exposing himself in public in Valley stores and shopping malls, ABC 15 reported.
A 26-year-old murder mystery has been put to rest in Glendale with the conviction and sentencing of Raymond Sawyer in the killing of his wife.
United Blood Services, 16 Valley radio stations and KPNX-TV (Channel 12) have put out a call for people to roll up their sleeves and donate blood. The week between Christmas and New Year’s Day has traditionally been the most difficult time of the year to meet patient blood needs.
It could have been us. It could have been the East Valley. But it isn’t. It could have been Tempe or Mesa living with “University of Phoenix” as the name on the new stadium. It could have been Scottsdale hosting a mediocre hockey team, one whose league took an entire season off a few years ago.
The NHL is accusing Phoenix Coyotes owner Jerry Moyes of trying to derail the sale of the team to a group headed by Jerry Reinsdorf by filing a flurry of requests for depositions before the July 24 deadline for formal submission of the bid.
Police agencies say bait cars will be parked at malls and busy shopping centers over the holidays, ready for thieves to hop in and take off.
A grandstanding practice of the Scottsdale City Council while considering the defunct hockey arena proposal at the Los Arcos Mall site was often to reserve for council meetings complex questions whose answers required large amounts of research.
The news this week that Steve Ellman’s getting out of the hockey business doesn’t affect life in our part of the Valley one bit.
Bargain hunters alert! Santa, wearing a red-and-green sombrero, is flying in early this year riding on an Indian thunderbird. Sitting behind Santa, Kokopelli is holding on with his knees while he plays “Jungle Bells” on his flute.
The Ellman Cos.' default on a $7 million loan for a Glendale project has no bearing on its plans for Los Arcos Town Center in south Scottsdale, a company executive said.
Area residents are invited to participate in the 2008 Neighborhood Day at the Legislature taking place 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 17 at the Capitol Mall, 1700 W. Washington Street, Phoenix.
Tickets go on sale today Wednesday for the NFL Experience Built by The Home Depot, the mall-sized football-themed playground that will be erected next to University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale prior to Super Bowl XLII.
The award-winning Desert Rose Theatre is following up last year’s big Rat Pack hit with a never-aired holiday television special featuring the Rat Pack and some special guest stars.
Gilbert fire and police officials pressing Maricopa County for $350,000 to increase their antiterror capabilities learned they will fight terrorism with only 10 percent of that amount.