Chandler’s strong economic foundation is the product of careful financial planning that spans several decades, resulting from policies that have been strictly adhered to by council members and city staff who residents have entrusted with their tax dollars.
You know how they say Arizona’s a dry heat?” asks Ralph Remington.
A family coffee-growing legacy dating back to 1920 has been named Business of the Year by the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership.
As summertime temperatures continue to sizzle, most Tempe and West Chandler residents endeavor to remain within the confines of air-conditioned comfort.
As the scorching outdoor temperatures continue, the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership has a creative way to have fun and beat the summer inferno.
Tempe will once again celebrate Independence Day in grand fashion by hosting one of the largest fireworks displays in Arizona.
West Chandler residents may want to avoid the intersection of Ray Road at Dobson Road for the next four months following the start of a construction project getting underway July 5.
The city of Tempe has hired theater veteran Ralph Remington to serve a new role within the Community Services Department as arts and culture deputy director.
Drug abuse and underage drinking are problems that plague most communities, and Tempe is no exception.
Eleven Tempe students, three educators, six community members and three businesses have been awarded the 2016 Tempe Mayor’s Disability Awards, honoring those with disabilities for ability, advocacy and achievements, along with people or businesses that assist or support the disability communities.