Deadline for Love Your School Kyrene Contest looms

Schmuck said he started the Love Your School Kyrene project because it’s “a way to donate funds to the classrooms in Kyrene and inspire other individuals and businesses to do the same.”

Talk, love still best tools for parents to help kids avoid harm from drugs,...

The only thing more stressful than being a teen navigating high school is being the parent watching over that teen.

The art of culturizing a city: Tempe paints with a broad brush

Tempe is known as a city that appreciates the arts. From the Performing Arts Center, to the bi-annual Tempe Arts Street Festival or the permanent art on display in Tempe neighborhoods, residents have come to expect entertainment options that appeal to a wide-variety of tastes.

Finding a Better Way: First Baptist Church of Tempe Offers Community a Path through...

As a pastor, I’m confronted with stories of trial and tribulation on a daily basis.

Padres hope beloved coach can win one more battle

The gymnasium at Marcos de Niza High School filled with students and staff at a special assembly to cheer on football coach Paul Moro who was recently diagnosed with advanced lung cancer.

Return of Tempe’s own rock ‘n roll legend

Veteran songwriter Roger Clyne is one of Tempe’s most enduring rock ‘n roll exports and perhaps the city’s best showman.

Boots and hoots as iconic store nears century milestone

Despite the drastic changes in urban development throughout all of Chandler in the last nine decades, there are some families who hold its Western history close to their heart—and their business.

For area veterinarian, Pet Cancer Month generates an advisory — and memories

It came as no surprise to Dr. Evan Ware that Pet Cancer Awareness Month had rolled around once again on Nov. 1.

Children Cancer Network’s annual wrapping party marks start of holiday season

Story by Chelsea Flood/ Photos courtesy of Ken Houser For some, the start of the holiday season is marked by cooler weather, the day after...

First Amendment’s survival depends on reader responsibility

It’s pretty remarkable how often the First Amendment plays a role in our everyday lives.