Sal DiCiccio Archives

Phoenix deli honored after 67 years in business

Miracle Mile Deli

After nearly 67 years in business, the City of Phoenix is declaring Tuesday, May 10th Miracle Mile Deli Day by order of proclamation from Mayor Greg Stanton. At 10 a.m. on Tuesday, councilman Sal DiCiccio will say a few words about the significance of the locally owned restaurant making it more than six decades in the… Read More →

Construction begins at Madison Simis Elementary School

McCarthy Building Companies and Madison School District #38 are celebrating the start of construction of the new $16 million, 72,000-square-foot Madison Simis Elementary School and administrative building in north central Phoenix. Elected officials including Councilman Sal DiCiccio, Representative Dr. Eric Meyer, Representative Ken Clark and Representative Kate Brophy McGee will join school officials, teachers, parents,… Read More →

The 2012 Hammer Awards

by in Featured | Politics

It’s that time of year to hand out some honors for the year’s best. So it is without further ado that I bring you the Third Annual Hammer Awards. Impact Player of the Year: State Treasurer Doug Ducey The keeper of the state’s checkbook took down Proposition 204 in a rout, and for that Doug… Read More →

Is the City of Phoenix Being Mismanaged?

Downtown Phoenix Skyline
by in Columnist Spotlight | Economy | Politics

These are tough times! Given the rotten economy it isn’t hard to be a pessimist about everything, and government seems to top the list. The November elections saw Congress shift to the Republicans, and yet America as a whole still seems to lack confidence that they are going to make things much better. A recent… Read More →