St. Joseph’s Youth Camp has hit some difficult times ahead of this year’s summer camp season and a Mesa Public Schools teacher is trying to get it over the hurdle.
A Chandler journalist, editor, author and book reviewer is the current Writer in Residence at Mesa Public Library.
Mesa native Katie Cormier earned her master’s degree in business administration last week from Arizona State University along with Master’s Distinguished Medallion for graduating with a cumulative 4.0 GPA.
In over 75 years of existence, members of the Optimist Club of Mesa haven't just maintained a sunny view of life.
The squeaking of shoes. The collision of ball and paddle. The banter of opponents.
With more frogs in her yard than a biblical plague, Judy Zobrist has almost everybody leaping with joy for her art collection with over 400 figurines.
Mesa residents eager to develop their leadership potential and get a top-to-bottom understanding of how the city runs and who the players are have a chance to do that right now.
An East Valley dental clinic has launched its annual Mother’s Day Dental Makeover Giveaway so some moms can have a brighter smile.
Veralyn E. Johnson’s bold color pencil drawing titled “African Motherhood” depicts an expectant mother sitting on a Ghanaian chieftain stool.
For 20 years, the Arizona Women’s Partnership has been giving grants to small nonprofits in Arizona that generally receive little attention.
For Sawyer Ganes, it all started under the Christmas tree one year when he was a kid.
It’s odd to celebrate 3,500 shows and 16 years of delivering chuckles and guffaws to the community.
No parent wants to hear the words “your child has cancer” or a serious illness. Unfortunately, it happens more often than we think.
Nine years ago, Bridgette Borzillo set out to make a professional dance company that also provided employment for dancers.
For the past 13 years, Mesa resident Zach Lewis Beck has made a name for himself by rapping under the moniker Futuristic while also recently launching a clothing line called “Tough Love” and a marketing company called “Indie Amplify.”
Mesa author Kelli Donley-Williams, who works in public health, recalled a jog in rural Mozambique a few years ago.
Mesa Arts Center was established 44 years ago in the historic Irvine School in Downtown Mesa.
For 25 years, Sandy Cowen owned and operated a full-service advertising and public relations firm until the stress of the job endangered her health.