Tempe assisted-living home provokes outcry as neighbors fear a disruption of quietude

By Joyce Coronel  “When you buy into a neighborhood and you live this long, you want neighbors. I didn’t build my house to have a...

Nextdoor: Useful neighborhood tool or threat to privacy?

Nextdoor: A SPECIAL REPORT Editor’s note - In light of recent international headlines, Wrangler News contributor Sammie Ann Wicks set out to learn more about...

Worsening coronavirus fears propel closures, cancelations

Editor's note: Since the initial publication of this article, numerous changes have occurred in the Tempe and West Chandler communities regarding COVID-19 prevention efforts. The...

Tempe, W. Chandler businesses face multiple challenges to keep up with changing landscape

By Joyce Coronel As the COVID-19 crisis continues to unfold, shoppers in Tempe and West Chandler are coming up against an unprecedented challenge: It’s nearly impossible...

Carvana to hire 200; remote work at first, then transitioning to Tempe corporate headquarters...

Tempe-based Carvana is hiring 200 employees for its customer-care team.

Chandler, Tempe ahead of governor in relaxing outdoor restaurant expansion

Chandler and Tempe were a step ahead of Gov. Doug Ducey when he announced his executive order Dec. 2 allowing restaurants to expand or create outdoor seating in an attempt to increase acceptable capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kyrene community mourns passing of Paloma Principal Janet Tobias

Parents, students, teachers and Kyrene officials are mourning the sudden passing of Janet Tobias, principal of Kyrene de la Paloma Elementary School. T

Tragedy of teen suicide propels group to action: 30 volunteers respond to middle-school’s mental...

By Diana Nelson The tragic loss of young students to suicide that left a school community devastated was the catalyst that drove one woman...

Teen’s success story debunks homeschool myth

Noah Kutz starts his day just like any other, with the helping of a delicious breakfast to motivate him up and out of bed...

The effect of COVID-19 on Westchester Senior Living

Following a Maricopa County-wide trend of deaths from COVID-19 in nursing homes and long-term care facilities, a number of residents of Westchester Senior Living...