City News

Chandler’s nearly $1 billion budget open for public review

Chandler is proposing a 2.8 percent decrease in its annual budget for fiscal 2020-21 from the current year as it moves into the final phase of adoption amid the COVID-19 pandemic.


Community News

The effect of COVID-19 on Westchester Senior Living

Following a Maricopa County-wide trend of deaths from COVID-19 in nursing homes and long-term care facilities, a number of residents of Westchester Senior Living...

News Briefs

Tempe reopening some park amenities; city-operated pools, fitness centers remain closed

The City of Tempe continues to plan for the safe reopening of city facilities, programs and park amenities. Effective today, May 13, Tempe Mayor...

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Grads hit the streets with parades, celebrations

Members of the high-school graduating class of 2020 are not strangers to national crises. They were born, after all, in the midst of the...

Pandemic won’t stop this parade: Community gives new meaning to ‘Corona’

The COVID-19 pandemic and its effect continue but that hasn’t stopped parents, neighbors and friends from coming up with ingenious ways to celebrate graduation. It...

Tempe Diablos to honor educators in May 4 livestream event

The Tempe Diablos will recognize outstanding educators serving the Tempe community Monday, May 4 during the 31st annual Excellence in Education ceremony.

KMS students honored for compelling Holocaust essays

The Holocaust dealt its horrific blow decades before students at Kyrene Middle School were even born, but three of them have been honored for...

Sports Notebook

How closures are affecting sports

By Alex Zener Currently it is estimated that about 54 million children in the United States are not in school, with a signification number of those...



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