Those Hawaiian-print button-downs, leis, flip-flops, straw hats and sunblock-slathered noses that you’re seeing…no, you haven’t been whisked off to the white sands of Waikiki.
The city of Tempe will host two public meetings and an online comment forum to receive resident feedback on proposed design concepts for reconfiguring the current street design of McClintock Drive.
Galtronics, which identifies itself as the world’s leading antenna manufacturer, plans to double the size of its Tempe workforce this year, prompting the opening of a new, 18,000-square-foot location and announcement of plans to add at least 30 positions, including electrical, RF and mechanical engineers and support staff.
If you’re passionate about health care and would like to make $19 an hour, plus full benefits, there’s a new option in town for you.
Area residents and employees can dine out for a cause with Eat Your Art Out Chandler, an all-day event conceived by Chandler Center for the Arts
West Chandler residents are about to find their city’s downtown a whole lot funkier—and more fun.
Residents of Chandler neighborhoods, including those in West Chandler, now have an experienced advocate on their side who is dedicated to helping them build a stronger community.
Summit conferences typically draw international leaders to discuss serious policy matters, but Tumbleweed Recreation Center in Chandler was the scene of a similarly weighty confab that examined critical issues of a different sort, but on an admittedly smaller scale.
Studies examining last year’s reconfiguration of McClintock Drive, a project that was launched to enhance bicyclist convenience and safety, are headed toward a June completion date, according to a new projection by Tempe officials.
Today this West Chandler neighborhood boasts an aquatic center and park, but in the early 1940s, a scant distance from Nozomi Park, a dark chapter was written-one that only recently has been brought into the light for examination, and, it is to be hoped, a lesson in humanity and justice.