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Two local businesses are ‘giving back’

Two local businesses are ‘giving back’

David Claffey repairs a bike in his new shop, started in honor of the memory of his twin brother, Kyle, who passed away last year from a..

Walmart to open June 11 in long-vacant space

Walmart to open June 11 in long-vacant space

Walmart Neighborhood Market employees stock the shelves in advance of the store’s grand opening in Sunnyslope, set for June 11.

Family turns passion for traveling into TV show

Family turns passion for traveling into TV show

Summer vacations for families typically means heading to the nearest theme park, beach or campground. Yet, one North Central family is..

Family turns passion for traveling into TV show

Enjoying a spectacular sunset at the Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa are the members of the globe-trotting Simmons family, clockwise..

Local academy is winner of the ‘Recycle Bowl’

Local academy is winner of the ‘Recycle Bowl’

Phoenix Hebrew Academy's Yaakob Almoslino and Shmuel Brekan won with: “Reuse the things you throw away to help our Earth in every way."

North Central’s Walker continues ‘Fight’ of life

North Central’s Walker continues ‘Fight’ of life

North Central residents Nancy Walker and husband Jimmy Walker, founder of Celebrity Fight Night, visit with Muhammad Ali.

Restaurant plans at Sunbrite up in the air

Restaurant plans at Sunbrite up in the air

Baby Kay’s was expected to be a new restaurant tenant for the Sunbrite Corner strip center, but construction has stalled.

Local woman’s dogs make calendar cover

Local woman’s dogs make calendar cover

Shar-Pei and St. Bernard mixes Dolly (left) and Domo, made the cover of the 2014 Caring Canines Calendar produced by the AMDA Foundation.

Building a business from the ground up

Building a business from the ground up

Local inventor Brian Korsedal and a crew of volunteers sprawl on a structure they assembled at the Maker House in Tucson. Read more >>

Fostering a child takes love and patience

Fostering a child takes love and patience

Adoptive and foster parent Michelle Harrington plans out the week with her adopted daughter Luz and her three foster children.

New businesses find niche on Osborn Road

New businesses find niche on Osborn Road

Old School O7 is an urban infill project that transforms the northwest corner of 7th Street and Osborn Road into a retail and restaurant..

Program turns pets into service animals

Program turns pets into service animals

Jake Willison, an instructor with Happy Tails Service Dogs, watches as student Robert Westfall commands his 3-year-old yellow Lab..

Fictional home inspires free library

Fictional home inspires free library

Contributing books to the new “Hinske Hall” Little Free Library, located in the Casa de Northern condo community, are, from left: Joan..

Long-time daycare centers closing

Long-time daycare centers closing

Parents will have to find a new school when Beatitudes Agelink Intergenerational Child Development Center closes on July 12.

Gerlach awarded by PFD

Gerlach awarded by PFD

Brooke Gerlach displays the plaque presented to her by the Phoenix Fire Department for saving her own life as well as the lives of Susan..

Phoenix residents thwart armed robbery

Phoenix residents thwart armed robbery

Phoenix residents Job Ladd, left, and Ted Lewis, who owns Lewis Interiors in the Melrose District, thwarted an armed robbery at Melrose..

Proposed medical marijuana dispensary

Proposed medical marijuana dispensary

Jeff Cooper, a partner with Urban Greenhouse Dispensary, discusses his proposed medical marijuana dispensary for 24 W. Camelback Road with..

Spruce Goose sidekick on display in new Metrocenter auto museum

Spruce Goose sidekick on display in new Metrocenter auto museum

Brent Meszaros stands next to the 1936 Howard Hughes Aero-Mobile that used to race alongside Hughes’ Spruce Goose.

Catch new works from local filmmakers

Catch new works from local filmmakers

By Teri Carnicelli In the days of black-and-white television, when Westerns ruled the airwaves as well as the big screens, Arizona locales..

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