A proud moment

January 25 was a historic day for Chandler. It marked the first time a sitting president of the United States visited our community. It...

Tempe Rec signups now through March 14

Registration for the spring season of programs sponsored by the city of Tempe Recreation Department is available now until the start of most classes the week of March 14.

Reflections on the sacrifices of those who died to protect America

Memorial Day allows us the opportunity to reflect upon and honor those American soldiers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in an effort to...

Teen brothers’ concerns prompt campaign for homeless

Admit it. We've all done it. We put a bottle of cold water in our car to cool us in the mid-afternoon heat, but...

Tempe’s history unfolds in pictures at April exhibition; public invited

Using images from Tempe History Museum’s vast photographic collection, a soon-to-open exhibit visually explores the city’s relationship with the Salt River during the past...

Fire safety, CPR open house Oct. 10

West Chandler residents and their citywide neighbors are being invited to attend a free open house being held at Chandler's Fire, Health & Medical...

Ceremony honors Japanese-Americans once interned near West Chandler Park

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.

A brief history of the difference between news and advertising. And why we don’t...

Going back once again to my days as a young reporter in L.A., I remember the barbed wire fence and machine-gun turrets that separated the advertising salespeople from those of us who comprised the news reporting staff.

Art Center’s future remains sound, say its founders

Questions surrounding the state of future funding for Tempe Center for the Arts have been circulating in some local media recently, with reports suggesting...

Pickle-icious

Hey, parents: If the Valley's rising temps and absence of a school routine has made your kids fickle to getting some exercise, no need to...
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