Post-holiday cleanup crew branches out to make Christmas brighter for needy families

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By Noah Kutz Fake trees? Forget about them. Those plastic branches and metal spines may be hassle- free, but nothing can replace the aroma of...

Thanksgiving: A time to ‘Paz’ and serve needy with food, hope and love

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and for many in Tempe and W. Chandler, that means gathering with friends and loved ones to share a special meal and ponder blessings received.

TUHSD, Kyrene, Tempe Elementary returning to online-only learning

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The Tempe Union High School District and Kyrene School District are joining Tempe Elementary School School District in returning to virtual learning due to rising levels of COVID-19 in the area.

Remember Me Always Day: Helping ease the pain of a lost loved one

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Christine Hotchkiss will never forget her daughter Nicole Marie, a smart, outgoing, giggly teen who loved the outdoors, dreamed of becoming a neonatal anesthesiologist and was so protective of her baby brother that she wanted to sleep with him in his crib.

How these friends remain close after 40-plus years is just . . . goofy

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The A-Hilt Football League, a fantasy league formed in Tempe, has been together for more than four decades.

A military veteran and a shelter dog brought together to save each other

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A Veterans Day story: Military veteran and shelter dog brought together to save each other.

Tempe voters overwhelmingly approve all 5 parts of $349M bond

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Tempe-Chandler election wrap-up: Tempe's Kiwanis Park is among those that stand to benefit from voter approval of a bond issue on Nov. 3.

Dignity Health’s ‘Let’s Talk’ makes difference when new moms need it

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To address what it’s like to bring a newborn baby home, Dignity Health created “Let’s Talk,” a therapeutic program for pregnant and postpartum women.

Tempe arts, culture deputy director Ralph Remington taking job in SF

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Ralph Remington has resigned as Tempe deputy director for arts and culture effective Dec. 31 to become director of cultural affairs for the San Francisco Arts Commission.

W. Chandler cosmetics firm provides job seekers way to nail opportunities

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VB Cosmetics is moving its operations to West Chandler and plans to add 70 to its workforce in the coming three years.
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