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First Lady touts Intel’s ‘getting rid of barriers’ with inclusive new training plan during her visit

Jill Biden toured the Intel Ocotillo Campus on the Price Corridor in Chandler, touting the semiconductor giant’s partnership with community colleges to train workers.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: For West Alley BBQ owner, mentoring is a continuum that’s rooted in family

Christian Brantley's success as a businessman and entrepreneur is the perfect platform from which to mentor young people, just as his father once did for him.

THE FINAL TRICK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

Fly fishing and art lure owners into selling popular restaurant and retiring after 34 years.

A tip of the beret to Tempe Family History Center staffers for helping me discover who I really am

Think you know who you are? A visit to Tempe Family History Center might confirm or deny that.

Teacher says Corona student Santas, spreading joy outside their comfort zone just to make a kid happy, ‘is a better lesson than I could...

Holiday Buddies benefits Crockett Elementary, an inner-city Phoenix school attended primarily by homeless and refugee children, 100 percent of whom qualify for free and reduced-price meals.

South Tempe native driven to make positive impact on community through his Fiesta Bowl work

Brett Miller has been volunteering to do charitable work for the bowl since he was a child.

Cardinals partner with State Farm to provide holiday meals to 500 selected families in TUHSD

8,000 meals in microwaveable containers, prepared by Craft Culinary Concepts at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, were hauled in a semi-trailer to Tempe.

Professor has good feeling about Arizona State’s ‘Happy Lab’ being a route to sustainability

Model of creating healthy, happy, sustainable neighborhoods could empower communities everywhere.
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