The Corona del Sol High football team gave up a recent Saturday morning to wash windows at Desert Marigold Senior Living in Tempe.
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Chandler full-time employees will get a one-time, $3,000 performance bonus after the city fared better fiscally than expected through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tempe joins Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff in keeping a mask mandate in place despite Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's March 25 Executive Order prohibiting mask mandates by local governments.
After a long year thwarted by the COVID-19 pandemic, live music is back as the 22nd annual Chandler Jazz Festival comes to downtown Chandler April 8-10 to open the celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month.
An estimated 5,000 books will be available for purchase at sharply discounted prices 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 10 at Tempe Public Library during the Friends of the Tempe Library’s annual sale.
Tempe, in conjunction with Arizona State University, will launch sustainability initiatives throughout April in observance of Earth Month.
The Grove Parkway/Priest Drive intersection will be converted into a roundabout in a fourth-month construction project that begins April 5.
Northrop Grumman Corporation, with approximately 2,500 employees at its 47-acre Price Corridor campus, was awarded a contract for the Next Generation Inceptor program.
Growing up in Australia and trained as a journalist, Margaret Ann Spence never dreamed she one day would be a novelist in Tempe, Arizona.