Progression. It’s a word that’s synonymous with the direction Beth Fiorenza plans to pursue in her new role as Downtown Chandler Community Partnership’s executive director.
Tempe is home to the largest university in the U.S., but it’s also home to a burgeoning population of senior citizens.
Tom Dwiggins got his first chance to train as a firefighter the hard way—on the job as an Air Force crew chief.
As you tool around town enjoying your summer, there’s something the Tempe Police Department wants you to bear in mind: Wear your seatbelt.
Chandler’s new city manager, Marsha Reed, doesn’t need to wear rose-colored glasses to see that a positive future continues its ascent on the horizon.
Three West Chandler intersections are among five locations where red light and excessive-speed camera tests are underway.
Tempe is moving ahead with plans to construct a fire station in a portion of city-owned Estrada Park on the east side of McClintock Drive a block north of Warner Road.
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.