Chandler volunteers clean up neighborhoods for annual “For Our City Day”

Chandler hosted its 12th annual National Make a Difference Day observance as October came to a close. The event, put together by program staff and community leaders, brought together more than 1,000...

Chandler develops new way to link with nearby areas

Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke and the Chandler City Council have announced that applications for CIVIC are now being accepted. CIVIC is an acronym for Chandler Involving Volunteers in the Community. CIVIC, launching in...

Cooler days signal return of migratory birds

By Sally Mesarosh You don’t have to be an expert birder to take pride in the fact that Arizona tops the list of bird diversity in the United States, second only to states...

Fire up the family for a fun-filled, safety-focused open house

West Chandler residents are being invited to join their citywide neighbors for a free Fire Department open house from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 5 at Fire Station No.1, 1491...

Thrift store proceeds help provide clothing for 10,000+ students

Assistance League of the East Valley is coming up again on one of its busiest seasons, and Kyrene Corridor residents are reminding neighbors about the group’s thrift store and the work it...

Chandler incumbents Hartke, Orlando on way to victory; home rule passes for 11th straight time

Final results likely will not be known for a couple of days, according to Maricopa County elections officials.

AZ Legislature wants sweeping school voucher plan, but do voters, who once crushed it?

Voters emphatically said no to school vouchers four years ago, yet the Arizona Legislature rammed through a sweeping school-voucher bill in July.

School security top of mind in South Tempe and West Chandler in wake of Uvalde massacre

South Tempe, West Chandler schools review policies regarding student and campus safety after the shootings at Robb Eleementary in Uvalude, Texas.
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