City’s rental subsidy proves a life-saver

For Tempe resident Jennifer Johnson, life often feels like a juggling act—working multiple jobs, going to school, raising four kids and handling whatever else life throws at her.

Candidates listed for Tempe’s March 13 Council election

Tempe’s March 13 special election is on the horizon, and campaign signs are popping up all over town as six candidates jockey for three positions.

Chandler tells all you ever wanted to know about fireworks

As holiday festivities begin their sparkle, Chandler Fire, Health and Medical officials are reminding residents of laws governing the use and sale of fireworks.

City’s spring election will rely entirely on ballot-by-mail

Three open Tempe City Council seats and three ballot propositions will be decided by voters this coming spring. Voter registration is taking place now.

No water? No problem. These hardy denizens stand tall anyway

Thinking of Arizona, what’s the first image that pops into your head? The Saguaro cactus, of course.

Childsplay move part of plan to grow, diversify audiences

A member of Tempe’s performing-arts family has decided to leave the comforts of home.

Time to brighten our desert holidays

Embrace the holidays desert-style with these upcoming Tempe events.

Pesky tumbleweed now Chandler’s holiday centerpiece

In the movies, the tumbleweed is an icon of the American West.

Tempe continues push to raise disability awareness

Disability-law compliance is not just Michelle Stokes’ job—it’s her passion, and she wants to make sure that Tempe can justifiably be seen as inclusive and accessible to all people.

Tempe rolls out its own 911 ambulance service

City will continue to expand fleet in next five years
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