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2 blockbuster Tempe Center for the Arts concerts to fete Jazz Appreciation Month

LP & The Vinyl, on April 23, and Lisa Fischer, on April 30, bring Jazz Appreciation Month concerts to Tempe Center for the Arts.

Over Easy, Hickman’s Family Farms partnering in April to help United Food Bank feed the hungry

Over Easy, with one of its 11 Valley restaurants in Chandler, and Hickman’s Family Farms are once again teaming to raise funds and collect eggs for United Food Bank. Last year, the promotion...

Livin’ r-r-r-right! New W. Chandler-area luxury day care/pet hotel aims to pamper your pooch

K9 Resorts Luxury Pet Hotel opened in February for four-legged friends to stay and play, featuring spacious suites, top-quality meals and an outdoor courtyard.

Police say fatal shooting near Priest/Warner a drug-related ‘isolated incident’; 2 arrested

Authorities believe that the early-afternoon fatal shooting on March 21 in a strip-center parking lot near Priest Drive and Warner Road involved revenge over a drug deal.

BELOVED COMMUNITY TRADITION: Festival of the Arts runs through Sunday on Mill Avenue in Tempe

More than 350 juried artists from around the country are competing for top honors across 16 categories at the 45th annual Tempe Festival for the Arts.

Tempe-based refugee-assistance group braces for new wave seeking fresh start in the U.S.

Welcome to America Project assists refugee families relocating to the Valley through the U.S. State Department.

Northbound State Route 143 closed this weekend from I-10 to Washington Street near airport

Crews will be setting up work zones ahead of bridge construction on the 143 over University as part of the Interstate 10 Broadway Curve Improvement Project.

Geeks Night Out STEAM festival returns March 16

Tempe college, high school and elementary students join businesses and community partners in discovering science.

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