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Stories, memories of early years part of the charm as Tempe observes 150th anniversary

Tempe’s sesquicentennial celebration is the perfect time to take a look at the fascinating history of some of the city’s most memorable people and places.

Related to a Tempe settler? Family History Center helps answer question during city’s 150th gala

Tempe Family History Center wants to help people discover how they might be related to key figures in the city's history during its 150th anniversary celebration.

Strife in the fast lane: ADOT issues ‘Notice to Proceed’ on 3-year I-10 Broadway Curve Project

The 3-year, 11-mile Broadway Curve Improvement Project on Interstate-10 will be worth it with more lanes and better traffic flow.

Print Edition – October 16, 2021

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New TUHSD special-ed director stresses constant communication with families of autistic students

Sarah Boyle is the new director of special education at Tempe Union High School District.

9-year-old personifies spirit of October 16 Children’s Cancer run at Salt River Fields

11th-annual run to benefit Tempe-based Children’s Cancer Network set Oct. 16 at Salt River Fields.

Chandler Fire Department to conduct free disaster, emergency preparedness training

Chandler Fire Department plans a day of training in emergency and disaster preparedness for residents.

Margaret Hunnicutt is Tempe Community Council’s 38th Don Carlos Humanitarian of the Year

Margaret Hunnicutt is Tempe Community Council's 38th Don Carlos Humanitarian of the Year.

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