Churches host concerts for Bolivia aid

In an era of mounting social discord and disaffection, two local churches are banding together to bring a positive message to the community and assist poverty-stricken families in Bolivia.

Foes, proponents weigh outcomes of pot initiative

As the nation gears up for one of the most contentious presidential elections in years, residents of Tempe and West Chandler are also keeping an eye on what’s happening right here in Arizona.

MCC reaches out to first-generation minority applicants

Last year, the U.S. Census Bureau confirmed that kids nearing school age are part of a majority-minority population segment.

Nov. 18 brings music, fun to Tempe’s Estrada Park

With triple digits mercifully over for 2017, outdoor-entertainment opportunities abound for residents of Tempe and West Chandler.

Improving market, seasonal history suggest it could be a good time to sell. Here...

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.

Valley Christian foresees enrollment of 600 for new Tempe junior high

Valley Christian has announced plans to expand to include grades 6-8, opening the new junior high school on the newly renovated campus of Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Tempe.

Police, agency link resources to ‘Take a bite out of hunger’

Tempe Community Action Agency and the Tempe Police Department have joined forces in a combined, first-ever Take a Bite Out of Hunger food drive to benefit TCAA’s food pantry initiative.

Music, food (don’t forget the beer) on tap for 2016 Oktoberfest gala

Four Peaks Oktoberfest is approaching fast, and it’s time to start planning for the festival fun that runs for three days at Tempe Town Lake starting Friday, Oct. 7.

Space camp offers teens a close-up look at the future

Jake Reaban, who attends Corona del Sol High School, can share with classmates his once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be among tech-savvy teens to be chosen for  Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama.

From Spencer, a floppy-eared wag to Dignity’s vision of humankindness

By Sammie Ann Wicks Those big, brown eyes. That sensitive, helpful attitude. That curly, blonde hair, so charming to the ladies (and everybody else). His name is...