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Sunday, December 17, 2017

Cesar Chavez High School Has Built an Academic Decathlon Powerhouse

Cesar Chavez High School has always been known for its strong sports teams. The Champions Boys team had another great playoff run in basketball, but it may be the Academic Decathlon team that has had the most success at the school. Cesar Chavez won the Region II Academic Decathlon for the second straight year in >> Read More…

Biz Briefs

Roberson Concert to Raise Scholarship Funds at SMCC The Sherry Roberson Band will take the stage on March 3 at South Mountain Community College as part of the school’s STARS concert to raise money for its scholarship fund, Students Transforming to Achieve Radiant Success. Roberson is a well-known jazz and blues vocalist in Phoenix. Her >> Read More…

Laveen Students, Staff Honored

The Laveen Elementary School District is celebrating the recent accomplishments of several students and staff members. Special education council recognizes three The Arizona Council for Exceptional Children is honoring three members of the Laveen community. M.C. Cash student Luis Reyes Serna is the recipient of the “I Can Do It!” award. This award recognizes students >> Read More…

February at SM Community Library

Children’s Program February 8, 15 DiscoveryTime South Mountain Community Library, 7050 S. 24th St., 10:30 a.m. Now on Wednesday Mornings at 10:30: Share books, stories, music, and activities in a fun interactive program that builds early literacy skills and introduces children to science and math. This program is designed for children two to five years >> Read More…

Community Leaders, Residents Sound Off on 2017

Community leaders say 2017 will be a year of many positive changes for the suburban community that takes pride in a rural atmosphere set against the backdrop of South Mountain. From an improved housing market to more retail, leaders said we should see economic growth while maintaining the diversity that makes the community unique. The >> Read More…

Phoenix Union Planning for Growth With a Portfolio of Options

Phoenix Union High School District Superintendent Dr. Chad Gestson unveiled plans to address growth in the district and expand the portfolio of schools and programs. Gestson outlined a vision that focuses on three areas of the 220-square mile district–south, northcentral and west. The Salt River and Interstate 17 are the dividing lines between the three >> Read More…

Types of Vein Diseases and Remedies

Veins are blood vessels that carry deoxygenated blood toward the heart from other areas in the body. Sometimes veins are affected by certain diseases, which can change their appearance and limit their function making them significant health hazards. Below are different types of vein diseases and their treatment options. Varicose Veins Varicose veins may itch >> Read More…

Will Phoenix Be the Number 1 Housing Market in 2017?

National Real Estate websites are predicting Phoenix will be on top of the housing market this year. Realtor.com reports prices in Phoenix will increase by 5.9% and the number of sales will increase by 7.2% in 2017. Different sources report the home values in Phoenix rose from 9% to 11% in 2016. Zillow, a real >> Read More…

Biz Briefs

Development Planned at 32nd Street Maracay Homes announced recently that it has closed on 9.4 acres of land in South Mountain/Baseline Road Corridor submarket of Phoenix. The $1.65 million purchase will be combined with a second, neighboring 14.1-acre property closing this month, for a total of 23.5 acres. The two parcels, near 32nd Street and >> Read More…

January 2017 Events at South Mountain Community Library

The South Mountain Community Library has many events scheduled for this month and throughout 2017.  Children Program January 10, 17, 24, 31 Babytime with Sign South Mountain Community Library, 7050 S. 24th St., 9:30 a.m. Babies (accompanied by a favorite adult) enjoy songs, activities to promote movement, rhymes, books and playtime in each lively session. >> Read More…

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