Owners of rental properties in Tempe and West Chandler, as well as their countywide neighbors, can face this year’s chore of registering their properties with the Maricopa County Assessor’s Office with a renewed sigh of relief: Assessor Paul Petersen says the office is again accepting and processing online rental registration forms.
West Chandler residents and their citywide neighbors are being invited to attend a free open house being held at Chandler’s Fire, Health & Medical Department from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 10, at the new Fire Station No. 1 at 1491 E. Pecos Road. The event is part of the department’s efforts to educate […]
St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Faith Community will to host its 5th Health & Wellness Expo from 4:30-7 pm Saturday, Oct. 10, and 8 a.m. – 1 pm Sunday, Oct. 11.
Two faces gaze down from the WANTED poster on the side of the Radatat Tattoo bus at Ray and McClintock. On the left is the face of a nice-looking young man with a pleasant expression, politely tipping his cowboy hat. On the right, perched above a jaunty bandana, is the face of a slightly perplexed but eager-to-please boxer.
You’ve seen them on street corners around town: faces lined with care, holding cardboard signs. Those who are homeless often look defeated.
Tempe once again will join the now 31-year-old nationwide campaign designed to bring neighborhoods—and neighbors—together in an ongoing, collaborative fight against crime.
Battalion Chief Scott Wall of the Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Department will speak about the history of firefighting in Chandler Sept. 12 at the downtown library.
Arizona author J.A. Jance will unveil the latest in her popular mystery series at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, at the Tempe Public Library.
Imagine a love story between a beautiful princess and a handsome half-god warrior. It sounds perfect—until he murders her husband and three brothers, destroys her city, captures her and turns her into a slave. This is the tangle Homer created in his epic poem, The Iliad, casting Briseis as the prize sought by both Achilles […]
Debbie Jacobs spent 18 years teaching before she retired last year, but she never stopped caring about children.