Entertainment payroll firm now in Tempe

A new Tempe office of what has been called the leading global end-to-end provider of payroll and production management services for all aspects of the entertainment industry is coming to offices in the Hayden Station area of downtown Tempe.

‘Something for everyone’ underscores planning for Chandler arts center’s 2016-17 season

Celebrating its 27th season with performances ranging from comedic and family-friendly to immersive and instrumental, and even theatrical, Chandler Center for the Arts has announced its 2016-17 season lineup of entertainment for all ages.

Tempe’s automated water meters allow as-you-go daily monitoring

Water meters throughout Tempe are being swapped out or upgraded with new, automated technology that can track water use in real time.

Aug. 23 ‘Welcome Walk’ planned by ASU, Tempe

There seems to be very little disagreement: Tempe can be an exciting and safe place to visit, live and get an education, due in part to a longstanding collaboration between Arizona State University and the city of Tempe.

Sunset library talk explores election nuances

Will it be 'Stronger Together' or 'Make America Great Again'?

Aug. 20 pre-college workshops chart best path to career success

Wondering what to do after high school? Questioning which college is right for you?

Are books growing in your garden? Mini-libraries are springing up in Tempe

Longing to curl up with a good read but don’t have time to get to the library?

Arts Center’s youth advisory council opens a pathway to successful, productive futures

Art Works: It’s a call to action by the Washington, D.C.-based National Endowment for the Arts, which uses the simple, two-word proclamation to describe an ongoing arts enrichment campaign that has grown to nationwide stature.

Chandler budget overview: Fiscal strength, low-cost services

Chandler’s strong economic foundation is the product of careful financial planning that spans several decades, resulting from policies that have been strictly adhered to by council members and city staff who residents have entrusted with their tax dollars.

Actor’s Equity veteran takes a bow at Tempe Arts Center

You know how they say Arizona’s a dry heat?” asks Ralph Remington.