Know a great neighbor? Nominate your favorite by Feb. 20 awards deadline

Every neighborhood has people and places deserving of recognition, and you can help call out the residents, properties and businesses that make the experience...

Bullying Awareness campaign through October

In the high-tech age of texting and social media, children have become more susceptible to bullying than ever before – even for many talented individuals, like U.S. gold medalist Gabby Douglas, who recently reported being “devastated” by negative online comments about her performance in Rio.

Oink! Tempe entrepreneur shares tale of ‘third little pig’

In our culture, some food dictums are gulped down obediently by those lifelong followers of The Breakfast Rules.

McClintock bike lane study heads toward June wrap-up

Studies examining last year’s reconfiguration of McClintock Drive, a project that was launched to enhance bicyclist convenience and safety, are headed toward a June completion date, according to a new projection by Tempe officials.

Opening loss doesn’t dampen Aztecs’ resolve

Corona’s football team started its first game of the season strong but fell flat in the second half, losing to Highland 27-18.

Tempe Chamber selects longtime organization exec as its new president, CEO

The Tempe Chamber of Commerce has named the current president and chief executive officer of the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce as the successor to Mary Ann Miller, who retired effective Oct. 1.

Bright launch for holidays

Chandler will officially kick of the holiday season Dec. 5 with its annual Parade of Lights and Tumbleweed Tree Lighting ceremony.

Disease threat worries veterinarians

It's invisible and it's potentially deadly. It's leptospirosis and Valley veterinarians are warning pet owners about this dangerous and highly contagious disease.

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?

Popular Tempe bakery offers francophiles camaraderie plus a tasty ‘French Connection’

For more than 10 years, a few people who have one thing in common have been meeting at the closest thing to a Parisian sidewalk café that Tempe has to offer—P. Croissant.