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

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

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

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

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’

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

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’

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?