City News

The future of the Chandler market

Even before business owners began to face the full, staggering reality of an economic downturn, Chandler Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Terri Kimble had both...


Community News

Dignity doc uses battle savvy to wage war vs. virus

Like healthcare workers across the country, Dr. Ronald Gagliano, a Dignity Health surgeon, was concerned about the shortage of personal protective equipment as the...

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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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...

Schools to remain closed, officials discuss online graduation

By Joyce Coronel Students in the Kyrene, Tempe Elementary and Tempe Union High School District will not be returning to school to complete the 2019-2020...

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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