The very essence of Arizona is rooted in local control. The Arizona Constitution is different than other states, designed to protect cities and towns – and the citizens who live in them – from government overreach.
Parents across the country struggle with whether or not they should monitor their child’s social media accounts.
Tax season can be a challenging time for Arizona small business owners who help power our local economies. After all, dealing with the IRS can be frustrating even under the best of circumstances.
Four years ago, I ran for Chandler City Council with the platform of bringing in fiscal accountability, economic opportunity, and quality of life to city administration and the residents’ lives.
I moved to Chandler more than 17 years ago for opportunity in business, to start a family and to become part of a community where I could make a lasting impact. Throughout my years of living in Chandler, I have contributed to the City economically, charitably and politically.
By Shelby Pedersen, Guest Writer
No matter how successful a veteran’s military career is, transitioning to civilian life is challenging.
My Thanksgiving is canceled this year. I am weary of this darned virus, and I’m sure I’m not alone.
My weekends used to consist of seeing my mom – taking her shopping, out to eat, sometimes just spending time with her in her room.
Providing housing options for our most at-risk populations is a high-priority in Chandler.
By David Leibowitz, Arizonan Columnist Once you hit the far side of age 50, the coming of a new year ranks as a solemn moment. And the dawn of a new decade? It makes you take stock. After all, how many new decades are […]
By Dr. Michael Maricic and Dede Ocha, Arizonan Guest Writers Imagine if you could save hundreds of lives and tens of millions of dollars each year in Arizona, prevent countless more health complications, and relieve a growing burden on our state? Our Congressional delegation […]
By Steve T. Strickbine, Publisher and President of Times Media Group “Here we grow again!” someone in our office recently quipped. Yes, it’s true. In the business most pundits wrote off years ago, here at Times Media Group we continue to deepen our commitment to […]
By Dave Allazetta, CEO for UnitedHealthcare of Arizona The U.S. health care system will continue to evolve during 2017, with new technologies and programs helping make care more efficient and accessible for more Americans. Here are five health care trends to monitor during the coming […]
By Denny Barney This year, there are a lot of new faces in Maricopa County—a different sheriff, a new county recorder, treasurer and superintendent of schools. A five-year Board of Supervisors makeover culminated with the swearing in of Supervisor Bill Gates in January. We recognize […]
By Rick Heumann For the past eight years, it has been my pleasure to serve the citizens of Chandler as a councilman. My parents always instilled the importance of giving back to the community and I’ve had many experiences to honor them. I always asked, […]
It is nothing new to hear that 2016 was a rough year for law enforcement officers. As of Dec. 28, 2016, according to the Officer Down Memorial page, officers killed by gunfire was up 59% from 2015. Here in Chandler, our police department is extremely […]