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Drug-overdose death-surge moves coalition to action as school starts

As Tempe and West Chandler open the school year, Tempe Coalition has a warning for schoolkids and their parents: Drugs kill.

Women sharing stories of sexual assaults, hoping to empower others

Because these crimes still are shrouded in secrecy, they must be shared so that healing and change can happen, victims say.

3 1/2-year, $777 mil Broadway Curve project work to begin Friday, July 23

A nearly four-year, 11-mile massive rebuilding of Interstate 10, including the headache-inducing Broadway Curve in Tempe, begins Friday, July 23.

Tempe getting first 3D-printed home to boost affordable-housing stock

Habitat for Humanity creating scalable, cost-effective homeownership solution to address the housing crisis facing low- and modest-income residents.

Lakeshore Music leaving TCA for new Ravenscroft Hall in north Scottsdale

After 12 years at Tempe Center for the Arts, new state-of-the-art performing-arts venue in north Scottsdale beckons Lakeshore Music.

Testing of Tempe’s ‘Green Machine’ begins along 3-mile streetcar route

The Tempe Streetcar system, which is expected to take traffic off busy downtown streets, is to make its debut late this year.

Nonprofit FABRIC Tempe strives to make AZ a fashion-industry capital

To complement having everything for a beginning designer/apparel entrepreneur under one roof, FABRIC Tempe has launched a subscription website with classes and industry resources.

Ostrich Festival to double the fun over 2 weekends when it returns in March

The Chandler festival is an annual signature celebration and regarded among the premier entertainment attractions in the Southwest.
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