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.
For many high school students, the end of the spring semester and the advent of the warmer summer months are a time to relax from the rigors of academia, maybe by sleeping in or just sitting beside the pool.
Tempe Community Action Agency and the Tempe Police Department have joined forces for the first-ever Take a Bite Out of Hunger food drive, running now through June 5.
Now come the United Phoenix Fire Fighters Charities, who evidently have combed through some successful fund-raising ideas to promote a headshaving party from noon to 5 on Saturday, May 19, in Tempe.
The Wrangler News video team sat down with Steve Schmidt, owner of Steve's Espresso. The South Tempe coffee shop and eatery has been undergoing a significant expansion effort in recent months.
800 new jobs said to be coming to South Tempe offices
Red Cross calls need critical; lists donor sites in Tempe, West Chandler
One particular group of students, however, observed the end of the school year in a comparatively reserved but nonetheless celebratory way.
Marketing/public-relations director and designated broker for real estate superstar Michael Pollack, Patrick Cassidy sits back on the wrought-iron chair at a Tempe Starbucks and launches into a story about a woman who awoke one morning hearing her 2-year-old son screaming in agony.
Who doesn’t like to have their hair done while reading? Shipe got the idea from a teacher from North Dakota.