Is the USPS hopping on the electric-car train?

The prototype mail delivery trucks have been spotted cruising around Tempe, indicating they are headed in this direction sooner than you might think.

Tempe St. Luke’s to join largest U.S. private-hospital network

Tempe’s first and only hospital, Tempe St. Luke’s, has joined a group of 36 hospitals and other healthcare facilities in 10 states, moving it into a consortium managed by Steward Health Care System LLC, the largest private hospital operator in the U.S., with 37,000 employees, 1,400 employed physicians and 4,700 integrated network physicians.

Self-determination seen as key to students’ success

Kyrene educators draw on several programs in the district to help middle school students master the concepts of inclusion, self-determination and goal-setting, a composite of skills referred to as student agency.

Care 7 Crisis Response Team gets a helping hand

More angels on the street mean more support for Tempe families in crisis. Whether it’s domestic violence, a homicide or simply a child who refuses...

Saturn set to orbit starting Oct. 23

In 2015, the Tempe City Council approved an additional Orbit neighborhood circulator route – Saturn, which begins operating Oct. 23.


Pollack Chabad Center for Jewish Life will host a night of wine, shopping and fun from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, at...

It’s Christmas, and everywhere we look there’s a smile

Photographer Billy Hardiman captures some of our neighborhoods’ best holiday scenes.    

Freeway Chevrolet joins statewide bowling classic to benefit area kids

Freeway Chevrolet is reminding area residents to mark their calendars for the fourth annual Strikes For Kids AZ Bowling Classic, presented by AZ Priority...

Something fishy is going on here

Not to worry, though. Jointly arranged by the Arizona Department of Fish and Game and the city of Tempe, the annual Welcome Back the Trout...

Chandler Corporate Center

The ceremonial shovels dug in for the groundbreaking of the soon-to-be constructed Chandler Corporate Center, a 115,000-square-foot office development by VanTrust Real Estate.