By Deborah Hilcove “I love helping other people, helping solve problems,” says Mary Contreras, a longtime Tempe resident and businesswoman, recently named “Woman of the Year” by the Women of Scottsdale. Active with the Intel Community Advisor Committee, and both Tempe and Chandler Chambers of Commerce, she directs the Chandler Chamber of […]
If you live in a neighborhood with a homeowners association, chances are the Phoenix Suns fan next door won’t be painting his house purple with orange trim any time soon.
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.
Tempe ushers in a new era of law enforcement next month when it introduces its next police chief, a veteran of 26 years in the progression from beat cop to top cop.
With bike lanes galore and sunny skies nearly all year around, South Tempe and West Chandler are ideally suited for cycling.
An innovative program in Chandler is aimed at helping veterans connect with health care resources before a crisis erupts.
Tempe is investing in training and equipment to enable the city’s Fire Medical Rescue personnel to provide responses that can be coordinated with police units being dispatched to the same active crime scenes.
With accordion players making music in the background, Giovanni Zoppé will introduce his large and eclectic family to the masses just outside the big top located on the west lawn behind Chandler Center for the Arts during the holidays.
Imagine 129 friends—each with a different voice—high, low and in-between. Now imagine blending those voices, layering the tones into beautiful melody. This is the Tempe Community Chorus.
Four Peaks, the craft brewery that has been a focal point of Tempe business for the past two decades, has been sold to Anheuser-Busch, the St. Louis-based behemoth that produces Budweiser and other popular brands, according to Four Peaks co-founder Jim Scussel.