The Aztecs started the season in the same manner as they did in 2013 when they went on to take home the state championship trophy by winning their first meet, with two of their senior runners, Nate Rodriguez and Ryan Normand, crossing the finish line one-two at the Chandler Cross Country Invitational.CONTINUE READING
Look out New York and Los Angeles: Tempe has its sights set on creating its own one-of-a-kind fashion hub.CONTINUE READING
Tempe Center for the Arts has named Luis Ruiz as its new general manager, with responsibility for day-to-day operations of a facility touted as the “jewel in the crown” of a city known Valley-wide for its support of the arts.CONTINUE READING
An exotic-looking guy in a tux, swinging a pocket watch in front of the eyes of his subject.
The Hollars — Even though the small-town middle American family of the title isn’t especially prone to raising their voices, the name somehow fits just the same.
An educational walk honoring survivors of prostate cancer and remembering those who have lost their battle to the deadly disease will be held from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at Kiwanis Park.
SRP customers in Tempe and West Chandler received some cool news with the announcement that the utility will reduce its electricity rates for the next two months, saving the typical residential household somewhere in the neighborhood of $15.
The new school year is moving with lightning pace, but Kyrene’s new superintendent, Dr. Jan Vesely, still found time to develop her personal-performance targets for the next 90 days.
Students from Arredondo Elementary School will get some real-world experience while their campus undergoes a major remodeling expected to last a full year.