TUHSD, Kyrene, Tempe El unify school calendars, adopt modified year-round format for 2023-24

Nearly everyone agrees it's a good idea to unify Tempe Union, Kyrene and Tempe Elementary school district calendars, but not all families like accompanying 2-2-2 format.

Sis, boom . . . blah: No fireworks in Tempe and Chandler, but there’s plenty of other Fourth fun

Chandler and Tempe encountered supply-chain issues and could not obtain the popular Fourth of July pyrotechnics.

Girder placement on new Broadway Road bridge brings closure of eastbound I-10 this weekend

Work on the 11-mile project is expected to be completed in 2024.

Chandler, Tempe invite people of all races to Juneteenth celebrations of emancipation

It’s a holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S., a joyous occasion also known as Emancipation Day.

S. Tempe, W. Chandler might still be undervalued despite a year of skyrocketing housing prices

Demand remains strong for homes in area, with well-kept neighborhoods, quality of schools and proximity to employment

Chandler, Tempe take steps to combat ongoing 110-degree heat that remains in forecast

June historically is the hottest month of the year in the Valley, including the all-time high temperature of 122 degrees in 1990.

Chandler utility rates to increase on July 1

In comparison with seven other Valley cities, Chandler still will have the lowest utility services cost after a small hike on July 1.

If laughter is best medicine, downtown Chandler improvisational comedy club fills prescription

From performing at local coffee shops and bars, Dave and Colleen Specht built a following that led them to create ImprovMANIA in downtown Chandler.
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