WATCH: Great Harvest Bread Co. celebrates 10 years in the valley

Get Ready for some free bread! Leslie, Ward, George and Floyd Walston discuss their plans for a celebration in light of their 10 year anniversary of opening Great Harvest Bread Company, located at Warner and McClintock rd. 

Dental offices again buying back post-Halloween candy for Operation Shoebox

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Staff at the dental offices of Tempe Smile Design will be doing their annual candy buyback program to benefit Operation Shoebox, a charitable program that embraces a practical mission of providing hands-on support for U.S. troops deployed overseas and returning home.

Seton ‘Buddies’ take the field with special-needs athletes

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Players stood in a huddle on the field at Seton Catholic Prep during a flag football game on a warm spring afternoon.

3,000 American flags will commemorate 9/11 anniversary

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Doug Royse isn’t about to let us forget the annual showing of the Tempe 9/11 Healing Field, and this year is no different.

Black History Month: Remembering our heroes

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By Noah Kutz “Among the Americans serving on Iwo island, uncommon valor was a common virtue.” Admiral Chester Nimitz offered his recollections after the inconceivable sacrifices...

Oink! Tempe entrepreneur shares tale of ‘third little pig’

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In our culture, some food dictums are gulped down obediently by those lifelong followers of The Breakfast Rules.

Get ready to ‘Rock the Block’ in downtown Chandler

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While those who live in colder climates brace themselves for the dip in fall temperatures, residents of Tempe and West Chandler kick up their heels.

SRP OKs clean-power agreement

A structure originally conceived by Tempe-based First Solar Inc. in east Mesa and now owned by Apple will give Salt River Project customers in Tempe and West Chandler a new way reducing the carbon footprint attributed to electric power, thanks to an agreement approved by SRP’s board of directors.

Observing Chandler’s colorful past: event celebrates city’s historical lore

From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8, Historic Downtown Chandler will transport visitors back in time with a celebration of yesteryear, promising a “living history” experience through live character storytelling and music. 

The Final Word: Fire station at Tempe’s Estrada Park ‘a big mistake’

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Is there no one at Tempe City Hall or in the Tempe community who wants Tempe to be known as a city that values and protects parkland?
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