Beginning with this issue we're adding a regular column that salutes people in our community who go “over and above” to volunteer their time and talents to help others.
When I was growing up in the Valley back in the 1960s and ‘70s, we knew the name of every family on the block.
Valentine’s Day is nearly here and lovelorn residents of Tempe and West Chandler can only hope they become as fortunate as North Chandler Place senior-living center residents Ron and Darlene Johnson and Bud and Irene Woods, who've been married for more than six decades each.
In the seven years since creating Tempe-based Kettle Heroes, a kettle-popcorn business that seeks out everyday heroes to honor, as well as its next-door sister entity, Devoted Guardians, a medical home-care service, the Sinykin brothers have shown that success in business and having a heart as corporate citizens are not mutually exclusive.
Ever wonder what drives people to do 'crazy' things like skydive over an active volcano, hike Mt. Everest, run 20 miles on a crisp Sunday morning, or wake up every single day at 1:10 a.m. to bake delicious whole-grain bread?
By Joyce Coronel As the daytime temperature in Tempe and West Chandler continues its steady rise toward sweltering degrees, most residents dream of a dip...
With triple digits mercifully over for 2017, outdoor-entertainment opportunities abound for residents of Tempe and West Chandler.
Lucky Barker, owner of Lockdown Clothing in Tempe, has lived by one simple creed throughout his life: never give up.
From the publisher
Jeff Lucas, one of the area’s most familiar names in real estate sales, knows whereof he speaks when he recommends that home sellers consider following the lead of recognized experts before putting their home on the market.