Diablos host annual Ignite the Night fundraiser April 23 under the stars at Rawhide event center

After a two-year COVID-19 hiatus, the Tempe Diablos annual Ignite the Night fundraiser returns Saturday, April 23 at Rawhide in Chandler.

Tempe couple surprised to be chosen to perform in the return of the Mesa Temple Easter Pageant

The Mesa Temple Easter Pageant runs April 9 and April 12-16 at 8 p.m. on the north lawn of the temple, 101 S. LeSueur in downtown Mesa.

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...

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.

First Lady touts Intel’s ‘getting rid of barriers’ with inclusive new training plan during her visit

Jill Biden toured the Intel Ocotillo Campus on the Price Corridor in Chandler, touting the semiconductor giant’s partnership with community colleges to train workers.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: For West Alley BBQ owner, mentoring is a continuum that’s rooted in family

Christian Brantley's success as a businessman and entrepreneur is the perfect platform from which to mentor young people, just as his father once did for him.

Kyrene celebrates its past, present and future at refurbished Ben Furlong Education Center

Kyrene School District, which serves parts of Tempe, Chandler and Ahwatukee, has a legacy of excellence that reaches back 133 years.

Small but mighty Chandler American Little League strengthens fabric of W. Chandler

Youthful ball players model character, sportsmanship, grit and performance on the diamond.
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