The grassroots group Keep Our Kids in School will conduct a rally at 6 p.m. on Dec. 16 in front of the Tempe Union High School District office in an attempt to persuade it to reopen campuses, which went to virtual-learning-only Nov. 30 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The tech industry’s already large footprint in West Chandler is growing yet again with Comtech EF Data Corp. recently signing a 15-year lease for the entire 146,000 square feet at 305 N. 54th St.
Chandler Regional Medical Center frontline health-care workers will be among the first in the Valley to receive the long-awaited vaccine for COVID-19.
If you think bumper-to-bumper traffic is bad now on the Broadway Curve on Interstate 10 in Tempe, wait until the ADOT bulldozers and graders get there next summer for 3-plus years of reconstruction.
A towering dreidel, Stars of David and menorahs in green laser lights outside a West Chandler home make it clear: Hanukkah, the annual Jewish eight-day celebration, is at hand.
Parents in Tempe's three public-school districts have grown weary of campuses being shut down in favor of virtual-only learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Tempe is re-closing its gyms and fitness centers effective Dec. 7 due to recent spikes in COVID-19 cases.
The first in a series free of Tempe Virtual Job Fairs, in which area companies will present their hiring opportunities, debuts Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
In honor of Giving Tuesday, the Tempe Diablos awarded $300,000 in grants to 45 Tempe-based organizations on Dec. 1.