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All of us at Arcadia News would like to give a shout out to all the amazing mothers in our neighborhood and let our own moms know just how much we love them.

We all love our moms, of course, so Mother’s Day is prime time to shower her with gifts such as flowers, mimosas and breakfast in bed, right? Of course, she’d love those things, but how about …

You see them on the streets, in the grocery store, walking their dogs and playing on the playground. They seem innocent enough, until these women strap their skates on and head to the track… 

Americans really enjoy celebrating the day Mexico was victorious over the French in the Battle of Puebla – otherwise known as Cinco de Mayo. If you’re looking for a way to party at home, here’…

Limiting driving or giving it up altogether is not an easy decision for older adults to make. In many areas around the country, transportation alternatives can sometimes be inconvenient and di…

This year marked the 12th annual plastic recycling competition that took place at elementary and middle schools around the nation. This is the 6th year that Scottsdale schools have participate…

“Desert Born | Desert Bred” is the mantra for The Churchill, located at 901 N. First St. in downtown Phoenix. The brainchild of Hartley Rodie and his business partner, Kell Duncan, The Churchi…

I believe neighborhoods are the cornerstone of every city, authentic and full of local flavor. They are where people come to gather, a place of comfort, familiarity and chock full of character…

Sometimes, there can be a feeling of unease when getting ready to take the family out for a meal, especially if there are little ones in the party. Oftentimes, distractions like toys and games…

There’s been a lot in the news about “ghosting” lately. Job seekers aren’t showing up to interviews. And they’re not coming to work on their first day – all with no notice. At first look, it c…

Amy Armstrong has always believed in the power of philanthropy and education. In the fall of 2012, while she was working with Camelback High School and attending friends’ weddings, she suddenl…

For more than a decade, Arcadia High School has hosted the annual Agora Arts Festival. Students showcase art from the district to help raise money to benefit the Free Arts of Arizona Foundation. 

This year marked the 12th annual plastic recycling competition that took place at elementary and middle schools around the nation. This is the 6th year that Scottsdale schools have participate…

At Signing Day, athletes confirm their postgraduation plans by signing their national letters of intent, securing their spots at the collegiate level. On April 17, eleven talented AHS athletes…

Picture this: you’re in school and the bell has rung, signaling the start of P.E. class. You walk into the gym and see a line of red rubber balls in the middle of the floor, which can only mea…