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Philadelphia region revs up for Thanksgiving travel
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Nothing says economic security like jammed roads around Thanksgiving.

According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, you can expect to see plenty of them this year, along with long lines at the airport.

Nationally, nearly 51 million people will travel, the highest Thanksgiving travel volume since 2005.

AT THE TABLE WITH: Mark Pinto
Posted on Friday November 17, 2017

Mark Pinto is a familiar site to patrons of the Phoenixville Public Library. He has been with the library for 20 years, now as the director of adult services.

Originally from Roxborough, he received an undergraduate degree from La Salle University in communications. His first job was with radio station WFLN as the overnight weekend host.

AT THE TABLE WITH: Nate Kubasko
Posted on Wednesday November 15, 2017

Nate Kubasko is the youngest person I ever featured in one of my interviews. He is 11 going on 42. No matter his age, he is very accomplished.

After he was born in Arizona, his parents, John and Wendy Kubasko, along with his older brother, Mitchell, recently moved to the Shippensburg area. Nate has deep roots in Pennsylvania.

AT THE TABLE WITH: Barbara Burns McCann
Posted on Thursday November 09, 2017

Barbara Burns McCann is my oldest friend in terms of length of time. We met in Sunday School when we were about 4 or so at St. John's Lutheran Church on Church Street in Phoenixville. Between church, parties and school, we bonded and were in the same graduating class at Phoenixville Area High School.

AT THE TABLE WITH: Patricia Jones Nogar
Posted on Thursday November 02, 2017

In today's over relaxed way of living, may I introduce Patricia Jones Nogar. Pat's is a lifestyle expert, sharing her grace and the best way to enjoy life.

She hails from St. Louis, Mo., where at the young of 8 she and her sister, Delnita, became sous chefs for their mother's over-the-top entertaining.

AT THE TABLE WITH: C. Donald Howard
Posted on Thursday October 26, 2017

At 6 weeks old, baby Donny Howard and his family moved into the house next to us. For over 45 years, the Howards and our family shared a common wall. The Howards were the most Irish-Catholic family I have ever known, even with George Howard not being Irish and a Baptist to boot. They sang songs around the piano; there were wonderful smells of foods coming from Agnes Howard's kitchen.

Phoenix, Reporter & Item community calendar: Week of Oct. 29
Posted on Thursday October 26, 2017

Event submissions: Send to editor@phoenixvillenews.com a week prior to publication. Note "Phoenix Calendar" in the subject.

Phoenixville Public Library

Library Info: 183 Second Ave., www.phoenixvillelibrary.org, 610-933-3013 x132. Reservations for events/programs can be made online or by calling the library.

Barto native pens book on history of scrapple
Posted on Tuesday October 24, 2017

"For a long time, anytime I had the opportunity to write about Pennsylvania Dutch culture and the food of my culture - I would," said Amy Strauss, food and drink writer. Her first book, "Pennsylvania Scrapple: A Delectable History" hit bookshelves on Monday, Oct. 9.

Strauss, a Barto native and 2003 graduate of Boyertown Area Senior High School, has been heavily covering the Philadelphia food scene for the past 10 years since college and recently drew the attention of a local publisher through the power of social media.

AT THE TABLE WITH: Ryan Conroy
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

Ryan Conroy was born in Phoenixville after his parents moved from Royersford to his great-grandparents' house on High Street. He graduated from the Phoenixville Area High School in 2000. He belongs to the new millennium of "go-getters." Ryan recalls the revitalization of the Colonial Theater being his first awareness to Phoenixville's up-swing.

Elysian Camerata makes a second home in Ambler
Posted on Wednesday October 18, 2017

True music lovers will brave any obstacle to hear a favorite piece - except, perhaps, the Schuylkill River.

The Elysian Camerata, the suburban chamber music group now its 13th season, found a congenial venue at the Church of St. Asaph in Bala Cynwyd, but noticed few listeners from the upper reaches of Montgomery County were crossing the great concrete barrier of I-76 to hear them.

Tucson News Now

Tucson airport says prepare for busy Thanksgiving travel week
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Wednesday, Nov. 22, is expected to be one of the busiest days for Thanksgiving travel. Tucson International Airport reports that there will be 112 flights coming in and out of the airport. But, the busiest day will be the Sunday after Thanksgiving with 128 flights. Officials recommend being at

Tucson nonprofit finds homeless hero
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Rene Rodriguez helped stop a burglary in progress at the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store last week.

Tucson council votes in favor of grocery store near Saguaro NP
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

The Fry’s will be 9,600 square feet on roughly 16 acres at the intersection of South Houghton Road and East 22nd Street. 

Mexican businesses cross border, create jobs
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Estimates say there are 8,800 jobs in Arizona created by 244 Mexican companies doing business here.

From cancer patient to student teacher at Banner UMC
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

PJ Quinn just needs to finish his student teaching to graduate from Northern Arizona University. He could have wrapped up the requirement months ago, but cancer treatments pulled him away twice over two semesters.

Price of classic Thanksgiving dinner down 13.5 percent in 2017
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

A lot of people are noticing the changes at the grocery stores and picking up an extra turkey or two for Tucson families in need.

AAA Arizona offers Tipsy Tow for Thanksgiving
Posted on Tuesday December 23, 2014

AAA Arizona is offering its "Tipsy Tow" services for Thanksgiving. Here's how it works. 

Police release video of incident that resulted in arrest of Arizona State athlete
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Police at Arizona State University have released video of an incident that resulted in the arrest of an ASU rugby player earlier this year.

El Pueblo Learning Center locked down briefly
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

According to a spokeswoman with Pima Community College, a security guard called 911 to report hearing gunshots from a park near El Pueblo Learning Center at 101 W. Irvington Road.

Take sneak peek at life-sized gingerbread house at El Conquistador Resort
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

The culinary team at Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Resort is constructing its culinary masterpiece: a life-sized gingerbread house.

Latest Arizona News

Ex-Wildcat Justin Simon picks St. John's

Unfinished academics of early pro departures hurt Wildcats' APR

Arizona basketball: Pasternack mentioned for NMSU opening

Arizona basketball: On Portsmouth, Alkins' LOI and the '16-17 lineup

Five-star wing Ferguson picks Arizona Wildcats

Simmons signs official letter-of-intent for Wildcats

Arizona basketball: Tulane transfer picks Texas

Arizona basketball: Ferguson nearing decision

Top recruit Jackson picks Kansas over Arizona, Michigan State

Mauga powering Wildcats' offense, but slugger needs protection

Note: THE FISHING REPORT HAS MOVED; visit "News" at www.azgfd.com

Upcoming Event: Free fishing clinics

Fishing Report, March 8, 2017

PointGuard still available for 2017 elk, pronghorn applicants

Community Fishing Bulletin: March 7, 2017

AZGFD accepting applications for desert tortoise adoptions

AZGFD monitoring threadfin shad die-off at Apache Lake

Upcoming Event: Condor presentation in Lakeside on March 4

Wildlife News - March 3, 2017

Upcoming Event: Game and Fish Commission to meet March 3 in Tucson

2017 Local Rules of Practice - Amended 2084 Series Effective 12/01/2017

Holiday Closures

CM/ECF v5.1.3 Upgrade November 30, 2017

Mortgage Modification Mediation (MMM) Program

National Pro Bono Celebration Week

Maricopa County Bar Association Program

Mortgage Modification Mediation (MMM) Program

Power Outage Saturday, October 21, 2017

Proposed Chapter 13 Plan Form and Related Rules (2084 Series) Available for Comment

Flattening PDF Forms in CM/ECF System

Native Tongue

Know Your Product

Vintage Vinyl

Both Sides Now

Know Your Product

Satanic Majesty

Know Your Product

Vintage Vinyl

Arcane Soundscapes

Know Your Product

In the Blood

Tragic Landscapes

A Book That Will Make You Believe in Murder Again

A Box Full of Trouble

Invisible Touch

Historic Parallels

Musical Airs

From War to Peace

Advent(ure) Calendar

Fulfillment After Illness

Source: Gymnastics doctor set to plead guilty to sex charges

OVERTIME: Pusch Ridge roars into state finals

Police release video of incident that resulted in arrest of Arizona State athlete

Arizona baseball schedule announced

Coyotes win 4-1, stop Maple Leafs' win streak at 6 games

Monday's Scores

House tax bill may remove deduction for college season ticket sales

OVERTIME: Three southern Arizona teams still in running for state titles

Wildcat Breakdown: Oregon

Markkanen's career night not enough as Suns beat Bulls

Police release video of incident that resulted in arrest of Arizona State athlete

Wildcat Breakdown: Oregon

BEAR DOWN: Oregon too much for Wildcats in 48-28 loss

Wildcat Preview: Oregon

Final: Arizona 91, Cal State Bakersfield 59

A Player's Preview: Cal State Bakersfield

Boles bringing the nasty to UA's defense

No. 3 Arizona scores 100-plus again in win over UMBC

BEAR DOWN: Arizona wins 49-28 on Senior Night

Wildcat Preview: Oregon State

Tucson

6th-grader honored for fundraiser; community raises nearly $10K for Amphi
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Nearly $10,000 has been raised for library books and other equipment since district schools were vandalized.

Don't miss our biggest edition of the year
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

While some of you are planning your Thanksgiving feast, we at the Arizona Daily Star are planning our biggest newspaper of the year.

Kelli Ward campaigns in Tucson, will fight for Trump's agenda
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Ward tells Tucson Republicans how she helped to force sitting Republican Senator Jeff Flake to retire politically.

Deaths in Southern Arizona
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted.

Councilwoman Uhlich leaves behind a legacy of protecting housing, transit
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

After 12 years on the Tucson City Council, Karin Uhlich stepped down from public office.

Salvation Army is thankful to Tucson for its generosity
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Nearly 800 turkeys were dropped off by Tuesday afternoon.

Tucson residents invited to free dental care event in Phoenix
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Mission of Mercy is Dec. 8 and 9, with dental services offered at no charge for adults and children on a first-come basis.

Don't look for Arizonans to legalize recreational pot anytime soon
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

A new statewide poll suggests Arizona voters aren't ready to legalize recreational marijuana.

DNC robocall goes after Arizona Sens. John McCain, Jeff Flake on tax vote
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

The Democratic National Committee is putting pressure on McCain and Flake to vote against GOP tax plan.

State asks judge to throw out libel suit of fired DES director, security chief
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Attorney says Arizona didn't defame or libel either man through a report on their agency's weapons cache.

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Tucson Weekly

Cutting Teacher Compensation and School Funding in Wisconsin
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Does cutting the power of teacher unions, cutting teacher salaries and reducing tenure and seniority rights— all ingredients in the conservative recipe for educational success—make for better education? Let's take a look at Wisconsin, one of the country's experiments in conservative governance.

In 2011, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed a bill that reduced the bargaining rights of K-12 teachers as well as other government employees.…

Grease Trap Fever! County Collecting Grease in January
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Do you have a heaping helping of grease laying around your house and have an unrelenting need to get rid of it?

Well, if so then you're in luck, as Pima County's Wastewater Reclamation Department is hosting its 13th annual Grease Collection and Recycling event at spots across the county on Jan. 6.

Interested grease donors can rid themselves of their translucent goo at any of the county's five stops—O'Rielly Chevrolet (6160 E. Broadway), City Council Ward 3 Office (1510 E. Grant Road), Pima Community College-Northwest Campus (7600 N. Shannon Road), Kino Sports Complex (2500 E. Ajo Way) and Sahuarita Town Hall Complex (375 W. Sahuarita Center Way).…

The 'Freedom Center's' High School Course Is On Shaky Ground at TUSD
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017


The Star's Hank Stephenson has a good front page article in the Sunday paper about the controversial high school course created by UA's Koch-funded "Freedom Center." It presents an overview of the course and the districts using it, with all sides getting a chance to have their say.…

Calling All Turkeys! Salvation Army in Desperate Need of Thanksgiving Staple
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017

The Salvation Army of Southern Arizona has a dire problem as Thanksgiving approaches.

The nonprofit, which gives out free turkey dinners each year, has a serious bird shortage this year, for its 33rd annual dinner, with 40 turkeys as of today and an an expected crowd of 2,000 people on Thursday.…

Sweetie Needs a Home
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017


Hi there. I'm Sweetie!

I am a 5 month old female kitten searching for the purr-fect home!…

Steve Bannon Beats the Drum Against Undocumented Immigrants in Tucson Appearance
Posted on Sunday November 19, 2017


Ralph Terry was shocked when he heard there would be protests over Steve Bannon being the keynote speaker and award recipient at the Brian Terry Foundation annual award dinner.

The Foundation chose Steve Bannon as keynote speaker and recipient of the Brian Terry Courage in Journalism and Reporting Award because of Breitbart’s reporting on “Operation Fast and Furious,” a botched U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms gunrunning investigation into the movement of guns to Mexican drug cartels during which U.S. officials lost track of the guns.

Brian Terry was a Border Patrol agent who was shot in 2010 while looking for members of a suspected drug cartel. A semi-automatic rifle recovered at the scene was tracked back to a gun lost during the Fast and Furious investigation.

The Foundation is not a political group, said Ralph, the foundation’s president and Brian’s uncle.…

Casa Video Top 10
Posted on Friday November 17, 2017

The next week should be a busy one. Between trying to avoid the El Tour de Tucson route, hanging out with (or protesting against) Steve Bannon—and maybe his local, exclamation point-loving brother—and everything else this sunny city has to offer right now, I can't image anyone is going to have much time to hang out at home and watch movies with their cats.

... but just in case you do manage to squeeze in a few low key hours at home, here are the top 10 rentals at Casa Video right now:

The Dark Tower

Wonder Woman

War for the Planet of the Apes

Laughing Stock: The People's Pervert Does Christmas
Posted on Friday November 17, 2017


“I'm busier in my career than I have ever been in my entire life,” says Baltimore septuagenarian John Waters, the author, stand-up comedian, satirist, paradigm smasher, movie auteur and, not least, his hometown’s Statue of Liberty. He styles himself as “The People’s Pervert.”

Waters brings his annual, one-man Christmas show to the Rialto Theatre on Saturday, Dec. 2.…

Facebook-Free Friday
Posted on Thursday November 16, 2017

I enjoy Facebook. I really do.…

Lil Peep Passes Away Before Show at The Rock
Posted on Thursday November 16, 2017



The rap genre lost one of its up-and-coming artists on Wednesday.

Fast-rising rap artist Gustav Ahr, or "Lil Peep" passed away before his show on Wednesday night at The Rock, with the exact cause of his death still under investigation.…

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