Howard Stansfield

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  • 18 years ago | Longform

    Sometime around the year 2000, the Arizona Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin building the last leg of State Route 101. The final stretch will run from where the highway currently dead-ends at Glendale to Interstate 10, five miles ...

  • 18 years ago | News

    Federal labor officials have charged managers at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center with attempting to illegally prevent employees from organizing a union. National Labor Relations Board investigators allege that the hospital's management ha...

  • 18 years ago | Longform

    High noon on a spring day in 1994. The stranger steps through the gates of the Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum, takes one look around and shakes his head. Everywhere, he sees things that don't belong, from buckskinners clutching cans of Peps...

  • 18 years ago | News

    Bear the front door of his northeast Phoenix home, Richard Aiello has screwed a small brass plaque to the stuccoed wall. It reads: NEVER MIND THE DOG--BEWARE THE OWNER. On the roof at the back of the neatly maintained home he shares with his wife,...

  • 18 years ago | Longform

    The Circle K store on the northwest corner of Seventh Avenue and McDowell is probably one of the more beleaguered outposts in the convenience store's empire. On weekend nights, McDowell Road is crowded with cruisers, the air pulsating with the thu...

  • 18 years ago | News

    One year after taking over as president of Glendale Community College, Tessa Martinez Pollack is under fire from faculty senate members who question a proposed policy that cost her her previous job in Miami, Florida. Her economic-development propo...

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