Tempe continues push to raise disability awareness

Disability-law compliance is not just Michelle Stokes’ job—it’s her passion, and she wants to make sure that Tempe can justifiably be seen as inclusive and accessible to all people.

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It didn’t take long for Abby, the Australian cattle dog who came into our lives nine years ago, to make it known that taking a daily walk around the neighborhood was one of the rewards she expected for agreeing to accompany us out of the idyllic confines of the county animal shelter.

Corona’s Bonfire is Long-Standing Tradition

Streaks of orange and gold were present not only by the vivacious attire of Aztec students, but could be seen from a mile away...

Lil Buck to perform at Tempe Center for the Arts

Well-known street dancer Lil Buck will perform at 7:30 p.m. at Tempe Center for the Arts Saturday, Nov. 11.

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.

Bank of the West

News relating to the scheduled arrival of 1,000 jobs in one of South Tempe’s key business and industrial areas has been met with predictions of newly fueled economic and real estate growth both locally and nearby.

Councilmember Nora Ellen seeking state seat

Chandler City Councilmember Nora Ellen has announced her candidacy for Arizona State Representative for Legislative Dist. 17. 

Bahai’is mark 200th anniversary with festival

Baha’is of Chandler marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of the Bahá’í Faith, on Sunday, Oct. 22, with a Light of Unity Festival at Chandler Center for The Arts.

Survey seeks feedback on anti-tethering law

Residents concerned about the tethering of dogs on private property are being asked to take an online survey regarding a proposed ordinance that would regulate the practice.

Tempe strives to maintain accessibility for all

Disability-law compliance is not just Michelle Stokes’ job—it’s her passion, and she wants to make sure that Tempe can justifiably be seen as inclusive and accessible to all people.
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