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Woods testifies before U.S. Senate committee about 21st-century cities

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Tempe Mayor Corey Woods testified before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee on infrastructure strategies, including affordable housing and public transit.

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Changes coming to Diablo Stadium, but will one of them be...

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Tempe Diablo Stadium, where the Tempe Diablos raise significant revenue to fund their charitable endeavors, is receiving nearly $51 million in upgrades.

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Chandler seeks ‘return to normalcy’ in adoption of $1.1B fiscal-year budget

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There will be a slight reduction in property-tax rate, to $1.1126 per $100,000 of assessed valuation from $1.1201, due to increased property valuation in Chandler.

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Schools

Vending machines turn a page of history by dispensing books, not soda

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Nevitt Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Samantha Kitchel raised $6,000 on DonorsChoose to fund a machine that dispenses books instead of food or drinks.

COVID-19 vaccinations for educators Friday and Saturday at Corona del Sol

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Tempe and Chandler-area school and childcare professionals can receive COVID-19 vaccinations Feb. 19-20 at Corona del Sol High School, 1001 E. Knox Road. Both drive-through and walk-up appointments are available.

AIA cancels high school winter sports amid increasing COVID-19 cases

The Arizona Interscholastic Association, the governing body of high school sports in the state, on Friday announced that it has canceled the winter sports season after twice moving back the starting date due to increasing cases of COVID-19.

Continuity in tough times led Kyrene to promote assistant superintendent

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Laura Toenjes, who has been an administrator in the Kyrene School District since 2016, must manage the COVID-19 pandemic when she becomes district superintendent on Jan. 1.

Sports Notebook

All-City Awards cap fall prep season

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As the saying goes, “The show must go on,” and so did the Tempe All-City Awards, even if virtually, where Tempe Union High School District fall-sports student-athletes were recognized.

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