The Tempe Community Action Agency's headquarters adds the name of Lupe Esquer, whose work in the 1960s led to creation of TCAA.
Chandler's Change Up Campaign is focused on breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Align Technology, which designs and manufactures the Invisalign orthodontic system and other dental technology, is bringing its corporate headquarters and 150 jobs to Watermark Tempe from San Jose, Calif.
Cotton & Copper co-owner and chef Tamara Stanger confirmed on Facebook that the popular South Tempe restaurant and bar is closing, a victim of the economic impact of COVID-19.
Tempe public-safety panel completes final meeting; city implements Eight Can’t Wait de-escalation policies
Reform is coming to the Tempe Police Department, especially relating to its use-of-force-policies.
Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke confirmed that he is quarantined at home after he tested positive for COVID-19.
Angry South Tempe equestrian lovers tell Tempe City Council that a homeowner's block wall encroaches on one of their favorite bridle paths.
The new look of city government, what’s open and closed for MLK Day and a boost for the Fire Department: It’s all right here in this installment of Chandler Briefs.
Laser Components Detector Group brings a highly skilled workforce to its new 29,000-square-foot facility at at 2277 N. Nevada St., in the Uptown Chandler employment corridor.
Eleven people and organizations, including students, have been named winners of the 2021 MLK Diversity Awards, which honor those who demonstrate a commitment to diversity, inclusion and who exemplify the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by working to make his dreams a reality.