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The Republic azcentral.com While everyone agrees openness and transparency in government is a good thing, spending $40,000 more than you may need to in order to achieve it was up for debate last week. On Wednesday, the Phoenix City Council voted to
The Arizona Republic-12 News Breaking News Team Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton awarded three men Friday with the Most Valuable Phoenician award for saving a pilot and passenger whose helicopter crashed into two homes. Stanton awarded Alan Cottrell, Ron
It's a problem that was first exposed by a FOX 10 investigation into library safety. That problem was magnified with the arrest of a man accused of preying on two little girls at a library. And then, an insider came forward to tell us what he sawthat
The Republic azcentral.com In past years, the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce's public policy committee has struggled to conduct regular meetings and attract an audience. Committee leader Joseph Ortiz hopes that will change next year.
The Republic azcentral.com Every birthday is special, but some are more so than others. Arizona's biggest birthday yet -- its 100th -- is Tuesday, Feb.14...Tuesday will offer a collection of musical performances, a gubernatorial address, a giant
The Arizona Republic Phoenix ushers in a new era of leadership as it prepares for Mayor-elect Greg Stanton to take office. Stanton will become the 52nd mayor of Phoenix after winning with 56 percent of the vote. Stanton takes the gavel from term-
The Arizona Republic As campaign signs disappear and the election rhetoric quiets, Phoenix City Hall turns its attention to preparing for change. Perhaps the biggest question among City Hall observers centers on how Phoenix politics will shift.
The Arizona Republic The Phoenix Planning Commission will look at Phoenix's proposed billboard ordinance Wednesday evening, with a battle possibly in store. The commission will be the last stop for the policy before it gets to the City Council, where
The Arizona Republic One of the state's largest health-insurance companies, UnitedHealthcare, this week is consolidating several of its local offices into two new locations, at CityScape in downtown Phoenix and a site in east Phoenix.
Special for The Republic Pinal County is set to begin the rehabilitation of what is known as the second Pinal County Courthouse, built in 1891, to preserve it and bring it back into use as a public building. Early this year, the county Board of