What you need to know about using fireworks in Tempe and...

The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, injury to others, harm to pets, property damage, and destruction of the environment.

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Tempe St. Luke’s hospital advises pregnant women on allergies

When faced with the itchy eyes, running nose and hacking cough that allergies inflict on their hapless victims, the usual reaction is to reach for medication to try to get some relief.

News Briefs

Hartke now official; early ballots coming August 1st

Chandler Councilmember and two-time Vice Mayor Kevin Hartke officially declared his intention On April 30 to seek the mayoral post in the next city election Aug. 28.

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Ofo yellow bikes

New bike-sharing system cycles through Tempe

If you’ve spotted an unattended yellow bike parked in arbitrary spots around town, don’t fret—they do indeed serve a purpose.

Pesky roof rats are back, and don’t let those cute faces fool you

Are you getting your house ready for those guests who typically start arriving as soon as the weather cools off? Here’s one you might...

Backyard fundraiser may be just the start of girls’ future endeavors

While most philanthropists are adults trying to create a positive impact on the world, Tempe is home to pint-sized versions named Isabella Small and Sophie Byrd.

Tempe St. Luke’s hospital advises pregnant women on allergies

When faced with the itchy eyes, running nose and hacking cough that allergies inflict on their hapless victims, the usual reaction is to reach for medication to try to get some relief.

Schools

Aprende teacher inducted into ranks of nationally certified elite

Laura Motoush, art teacher at Aprende Middle School in Chandler, recently joined the ranks of top-tier educators by becoming nationally certified

Corona Grad Night still needs volunteers, donors

The Corona Grad Night tradition continues and volunteers are still needed.

High schools mobilize to help teens combat rise in stress-related ills

Complaints of bullying through social media, combined with fears of school shootings, and even the unpredictable threat of terrorism, are all recent social and emotional issues that add to societal stress and impact teens.

Corona students among those attending RedForEd rally

Corona del Sol students were among the thousands of those who traveled to downtown Phoenix to join in the #RedforEd march that inundated the state capitol complex.

Sports Notebook

Aztecs win Central Region title

Brooke Nuneviller and Mady Noble, two of Corona’s best indoor volleyball players, played together to win the first Division I State Beach Volleyball Championship Pairs title on May 10 at Mesquite High School.

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