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Khalia Lanier has what it takes to be a great volleyball player.
Mesa City Councilmember Chris Glover speaks at the opening of Escobedo at Verde Vista on Dec. 4, 2013. [Courtesy City of Mesa]
There are a plethora of holiday performances to choose from this time of year, and one we’re marking on our calendar is “Celebration” at Mesa Arts Center.
Benedictine University’s campus in Mesa will host an open house on Dec. 19 that doubles as a holiday celebration.
The Division I girls volleyball landscape has been dotted with dynasties ever since its inception.
A crowd of more than 250 gathered in downtown Mesa Tuesday for a blessing and ribbon-cutting in the building that was once Mesa’s Southside Hospital and is now home to Arizona’s first Catholic university.
Westminster College and Wilkes University celebrated the end of an era and beginning of another to one of Mesa’s older facilities with the grand opening of their newest campuses on Aug. 15.
New home to Westminster College, Wilkes University
If “Bridesmaids” was the female version of “The Hangover,” then “The To Do List” could be considered the female version of “American Pie.” You could also call it the female version of “Superbad,” the raunchier version of “Easy A,” or the 1990s version of “Sixteen Candles.”
A recent Mesa City Council subcommittee vote could be a harbinger on the fate of the city’s red-light traffic program, which city data indicates has led to a decrease in accidents since its inception.
SALT LAKE CITY — A lottery system for hikers makes it difficult for many to win a permit to visit a rock formation called The Wave — and that may have colored the judgment of a couple who set out in brutal heat and were found dead along the trail.
Mesa Parks Ranger John Goodie speaks during a press conference for to kick off for the 7th Annual Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign as Mesa Councilman Chris Glover,left, and Golfland Sunsplash general manager Tony Hacker,right, look in Kleinman Park, Wednesday, June 5, 2013 in Mesa. The City of Mesa along with Golfland Sunsplash and United Food Bank have started the 7th Annual Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign with a goal of collecting 375,000 bottles of water to help the homeless and the unsheltered this summer. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
Mesa Councilman Chris Glover,right, speaks during a press conference to kick off the 7th Annual Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign as Mesa Councilman Chris Glover,left, and Golfland Sunsplash general manager Tony Hacker,right, look in Kleinman Park, Wednesday, June 5, 2013 in Mesa. The City of Mesa along with Golfland Sunsplash and United Food Bank have started the 7th Annual Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign with a goal of collecting 375,000 bottles of water to help the homeless and the unsheltered this summer. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
It’s being billed as a legacy for one of Mesa’s favorite museum showpieces — and for the city itself.
City of Mesa council member Chris Glover speaks during the unveiling of the new logo and name of the renamed Arizona Museum for Youth, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 in Mesa to the i.d.e.a. Museum which stands for imagination, design, experience and art. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
District 4 Councilmember Chris Glover has been re-appointed to the National League of Cities’ (NLC) Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations (FAIR) steering committee. This will be Councilmember Glover’s second term on the FAIR steering committee, which is responsible for developing policy positions on issues involving national economic policy, general financial assistance programs, liability insurance, intergovernmental relations, Census, municipal bonds and capital finance, municipal management, antitrust issues, citizen participation and civil rights, labor relations, Native American sovereignty and municipal authority.
Bands, floats and children will line the downtown streets of Mesa on Monday, Jan. 21, as part of the city’s weekend-long celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.
With its flagship piece — the Mesa Arts Center — in place the arts and performance scenes in Arizona’s third-largest city have been on the receiving end of some international acclaim of late.
The annual Tempe All City Banquet is being held on Monday.
After a number of scheduled performances — including by the Territorial Brass Band and state historian Marshall Trimble — Mesa’s recently re-elected mayor and city council members were designated to be sworn in Tuesday night at Mesa Arts Centers’ Virginia G. Piper Theater during a celebration hosted by local radio newsman Ned Foster.
The Horizon girls volleyball team only lost one match to an in-state opponent this year, and Nikki Hess could do nothing to stop it.
A man was arrested early Sunday morning after striking a power pole in Tempe and attempting to flee police.
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith operates a piece of heavy machinery, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, to demolish an old building to make way for the new Escobedo at Verde Vista mixed-use development where the once Escobedo public housing complex was. Mesa Council members Chris Glover and Alex Finter were also on hand. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]