After nearly two years of gathering public feedback and collecting traffic information, Tempe will move forward with a plan that includes keeping bicycle facilities while adding vehicle capacity back to a three-mile stretch of McClintock Drive.
At Tempe's Regional Unity Walk and Diversity Festival, Vivian Nwoha saw the world open up. Looking toward the sun setting over Tempe Town Lake, surrounded...
When I was growing up in the Valley back in the 1960s and ‘70s, we knew the name of every family on the block.
It was more than just getting ready for school: He was on a mission of mercy.
Families in the Kyrene school district in need of assistance are invited to drop by the Kyrene Family Resource Center on Thursdays over the summer break.
After being on the job hunt again while having a part-time job at Farmers Insurance, I decided to essentially create my own business as an editor for college students.
As we all know, volunteers are Chandler’s and Tempe’s unsung—and sometimes underappreciated— heroes, without whom many vital human services wouldn’t get done.
Longtime resident and retired SRP employee Kathy Stevens will join a roster of other notable Tempe residents as the 34th recipient of the coveted...
Now come the United Phoenix Fire Fighters Charities, who evidently have combed through some successful fund-raising ideas to promote a headshaving party from noon to 5 on Saturday, May 19, in Tempe.
Tonio Hernandez Jr. jumps into the air, grabbing onto the pull-up bar, as his father, Antonio Sr., catches and steadies his his body in