Drug abuse and underage drinking are problems that plague most communities, and Tempe is no exception.
Eleven Tempe students, three educators, six community members and three businesses have been awarded the 2016 Tempe Mayor’s Disability Awards, honoring those with disabilities for ability, advocacy and achievements, along with people or businesses that assist or support the disability communities.
Tempe is currently testing the quality of its drinking water to ensure it meets all federal recommendations and regulations.
Haute couture fashionistas had nothing on three young woman selected as the winners of this year’s Chandler Trashion Fashion Show.
It’s the place college football fans in the Valley gather every Saturday to cheer on their Sun Devils. It’s the place Pat Tillman and Frank Kush left their legacies.
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.