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

Tempe 1st AZ city picked as a ‘dementia friendly’ pilot site

By Joyce Coronel Tempe is home to the largest university in America, but it’s also home to 13,660 senior citizens. About 1,500 of them are...

Tempe mom catches a break with 21 other moms of children with disabilities

Twenty-two moms from Tempe and other parts of the United States—all filled with hope—recently gathered for a luncheon at Babbo's Tempe restaurant and an opportunity to share the successes and frustrations of their ongoing battle against holoprosencephaly.

Former Marcos, Corona, Tempe high school coach Frank Castro Dies at 83

On Friday, July 13, high school football lost one of its cornerstones.

Beware of hurricane, flood damage when buying a used car, advises expert

In our last issue, just as retired Tempe property-damage adjuster Mark Moorehead noted the potential for ripple effects from hurricane damage to people living far away, area auto insurance agents also have expressed concerns that the aftermath of flooding in Texas and Florida can sneak into the lives of Valley car buyers in unexpected ways.

Tempe Diablos hosting Grammy winning KC band

Grammy-award winners KC and the Sunshine Band will perform with special guest Boogie Knights at A Night at the Ballpark Saturday, April 8, at Tempe Diablo Stadium.

New market ‘Sprouts’ in South Tempe

Opening day at the newest Sprouts location brought out hordes of Tempe residents eager for healthy-living choices. (Photo Wrangler News staff)

Tap, tap, tap your way to happy feet… But don’t tell anyone

As a member of Tap Club, the first imperative is: Don’t talk about Tap Club.

Mounted patrols trot fearlessly where others dare not tread

Just as did many police officers during their early days on the force, modernday cop Stephanie Braxton has a partner when she patrols Mill Avenue on weekend nights.

Tempe Chamber seeks new top exec

A search committee at the Tempe Chamber of Commerce has announced it is undertaking a recruitment campaign to replace Mary Ann Miller, who has resigned as president/CEO effective Aug. 31.