Tempe Library solar panels: Today’s hope for tomorrow’s power needs

Here in the sunny Southwest, the rays of the sun are plentiful. Beyond bringing winter visitors, they’re also helping power the future.

Divergent views as Tempe nears end of bike-lane study

The public meetings are over and the online-comment period has ended.

Trendy Phoenix cafe seen as boost to So. Tempe

Bringing new ‘flavor’ to area's casual-dining scene

Tap, tap, tap your way to happy feet… But don’t tell anyone

As a member of Tap Club, the first imperative is: Don’t talk about Tap Club.

‘Astounding’ progression of youthful bluesman Jonny Lang sells out upcoming Chandler performance

In an era of information overload, the classic mythology and heresay of blues music likely wouldn’t hold water for today’s skeptical crowds, but its many legends still persist.

Tempe mom catches a break with 21 other moms of children with disabilities

Twenty-two moms from Tempe and other parts of the United States—all filled with hope—recently gathered for a luncheon at Babbo's Tempe restaurant and an opportunity to share the successes and frustrations of their ongoing battle against holoprosencephaly.

No cause for alarm here, but Zika worries could grow

On the heels of the first Zika virus-related death in the U.S., growing concern about the Summer Olympic Games to be held in Rio de Janeiro this August and a newly announced $1.1 billion commitment to combat the disease, a Tempe physician offered his thoughts on how the virus is transmitted and what the risks could be for local residents.

New ‘Row’ project promises a more vibrant downtown

Chandler’s burgeoning downtown is about to get another eye-popping addition to its environs: a project its planners envision as becoming “the heart and soul” of a mixed-use development already approved for the area.

25-plus years, and we’re growing again…

Many of our longtime readers — including those who still call us The Warner Wrangler — recall the days of our modest launch in 1990, when friends and family helped deliver those first editions to a few hundred driveways bordering Warner Road in Tempe.

In new state role, Tibshraeny aims to strengthen cities’ voice

Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny has a new title to add to his name: President.