Chandler, Tempe invite people of all races to Juneteenth celebrations of emancipation

It’s a holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S., a joyous occasion also known as Emancipation Day.

Tempe Elks to present Flag Day ceremony and presentation at their lodge at 6:30 p.m. on June 14

The Elks also collect tattered, torn or worn flags for proper, respectful disposal.

Investigations continue into drowning of homeless man as 3 Tempe officers watch; angry demonstrators call, in vain, for City Council to cut PD budget...

Bickings is heard on the video pleading for help, saying, “I’m drowning, I’m drowning;” one of the officers is heard responding, “OK, I’m not jumping in after you.”

NTSB: Broken rail caused 2020 fiery train derailment on bridge over Tempe Town Lake

Twelve of the train’s 97 cars jumped the track at about 6 a.m. on July 29, 2020, destroying a section at the southern end of the 110-year-old bridge.

Impact of a Coyotes arena-entertainment district could reach all the way to South Tempe

Coyotes request for a 30-year property-tax abatement off-putting to some members of Tempe City Council.

Chandler utility rates to increase on July 1

In comparison with seven other Valley cities, Chandler still will have the lowest utility services cost after a small hike on July 1.
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