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The City of Tempe is looking for motivated teenagers ages 15 and up who are interested in becoming lifeguards.
Wrangler News photos by Kody Acevedo Candidates for Tempe City Council appearing at a public forum at Arizona Community Church, from left: Jennifer Adams,...
Tempe has awarded 18 arts grants of up to $750 each to teachers, artists and arts organizations that are investing in the community through arts and culture programming.
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.
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.
As holiday festivities begin their sparkle, Chandler Fire, Health and Medical officials are reminding residents of laws governing the use and sale of fireworks.
Three open Tempe City Council seats and three ballot propositions will be decided by voters this coming spring. Voter registration is taking place now.
Thinking of Arizona, what’s the first image that pops into your head? The Saguaro cactus, of course.
A member of Tempe’s performing-arts family has decided to leave the comforts of home.