In new state role, Tibshraeny aims to strengthen cities’ voice

Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny has a new title to add to his name: President.

Flags fly in a year-round display of patriotism

By Joyce Coronel The flash of fireworks, the aroma of family barbecues, joyful echoes of splashing in the pool, and of course, strains of the...

OK to take a bite out of crime, but not out of the mail...

When your neighborhood mail carrier tells you he doesn’t buy the story that your cocker spaniel, whose bared fangs are inches from his ankle, never bites, don’t argue.

Feb. 22 is Walk Your Dog Day

Quick, it’s time to hit the “paws” button and take your dog for a walk. Feb. 22 is Walking the Dog Day, observed annually around the world.

I-HELP salutes those who have changed their lives for the better

Homeless for years, literally living in an orchard, “Ron” tried a variety of jobs that were mostly temporary.

Rolling up their sleeves to show thanks for community support

Sharing their enthusiasm—and support—for a multi-phase renovation project at Tempe St. Luke’s  Hospital, more than 300 employees of all ages rolled up their sleeves to help organize, clean and launch landscaping projects at nearby Papago Park.

TV journalism inspired her entry into world of young-adult authors

Award-winning author Erin Jade Lange writes young adult novels on contemporary issues.

Local coffee entrepreneur pours his energy into expansion

Loyal patrons of Steve’s Espresso in Tempe know they can count on excellent, personalized service and a great cup of java, made by the epicurian French press method.

How a typo changed the course of history

Ever wonder why Chandler has such a jagged, irregular border with Tempe?

SRP employees bake more than 5,700 cookies for soldiers stationed abroad

Many of the nation’s military will be spending the holidays away from home while stationed at bases across the globe and stateside.