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arrivia has announced Steve Barnhart as the company’s chief financial officer, bringing his long track record of financial leadership at public and private companies. more
When Army veteran Richard Perkins passed away at the age of 92 in 2014, he left behind a treasure trove of hundreds of photos he took while stationed in Hawaii after the attack on Pearl … more
Music helps people express their deep emotions and listening to it helps Aiden to know he isn’t the only one who has felt that way. A long list of favorite artists includes “Maroon … more
Nearly 400 viewers tuned in to the Mike McQuaid I Am Home Breakfast, a virtual fund-raising event streamed live from home plate at Chase Field on Dec. 11 that celebrated McQuaid’s life and … more
In the early 1980s, Dr. Baharak Tabarsi, a longtime Scottsdale resident, and her family left their home country of Iran after facing severe religious persecution. Today, she helps serve communities … more
If you’re looking for a little conversation, sit down next to 14-year-old Keegan. “He is a story teller,” says John Hicks, a child specific adoption recruiter with Aid to … more
More than 600 blood donors are needed this weekend at Vitalant’s Saving Arizona Blood drive.  While Christmas through New Year’s Day is the lowest week of the year for blood … more
Just as the sky above seems to know no limits, neither does 15-year-old Sky. “I really like to tell people that I want to be president,” she says, “but I know I have to be mayor … more
 The Salvation Army is in the final days of its Red Kettle Campaign, a critical stage in collecting donations to “Rescue Christmas” for our neighbors in need. Due to economic … more
A lot can be said about how a society treats its aging, vulnerable and disenfranchised communities, but at First Place AZ advocates there are seeking a holistic approach to day-to-day life for those … more
The Arizona Cardinals and Desert Financial’s annual toy drives pivots their focus this year to accommodate health concerns surround the global COVID-19 pandemic. On Saturday Dec. 5, the toy … more
Life lessons come in all shapes, forms and fashion but the virtues of responsibility, respect and characters are rites of passage many would argue everyone needs. But some children don’t … more
While everyone has been stuck at home to slow the spread of COVID-19 virus, not many have been as stuck at 16-year-old Aaron. When someone in Aaron’s group foster home tested positive for … more
Like a lot of teens doing remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, Julio misses the classroom. Well, at least the other students in the classroom. “He does not like virtual … more
It’s hard keep a straight face when you’re talking to a puppet, so 16-year-old Nelly is all giggles while building a hand puppet at Puppet Pie, a wondrous workshop operated by Stacey … more
For Giving Tuesday, a generous, anonymous Scottsdale donor has offered to match up to $30,000 in donations to the UMOM New Day Centers, which offers shelter, services, and housing for Arizona families, women, and youth experiencing homelessness. more
Valleywise Health Foundation, Impact Diversity Solutions Corporation Chairman/CEO Charles D. Brown recently donated 30,000 surgical masks to Valleywise Health partners, Home Assist Health and Bandera Healthcare. more
In order to tell a little of the story of the newspaper in the town that became known as “the town too tough to die,” I need to start with a bit of Arizona history. Tombstone itself … more
Chris Berg has his hands full as a father, husband and the owner of Fully Loaded Deliveries at 2400 W. Union Hills Dr. in Phoenix. more
Fears about the spread of COVID-19 caused families around the world to shut their doors to strangers, literally and figuratively. But dozens of foster families and adoptive families with Aid to … more
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