Education experts offer insiders’ look at needs, concerns, values

Approximately 20 percent of the positions now open in Arizona’s school districts remain unfilled, many of them associated with higher-level math and science departments and...

‘Not in Our Town’… Tempe council pledges to fight bullying

By Susie Steckner Mayor Mark Mitchell and the Tempe City Council are joining local education and youth leaders in pledging to stand up to bullying...

WATCH: Downtown Chandler widens its appeal to Friday night funlovers

By M.V. Moorhead Early in the morning these days, or even after dark, it’s comfortable to be outdoors. Sometimes in the middle of the day, clouds pass...

Neighborhood protests put brakes on plans for proposed So. Tempe Valvoline location

By Sammie Ann Wicks "In the past, it seems like most businesses that are proposed have been put through without a lot of consideration by...

Chandler Chamber session unveils roadmap for transportation growth, improvements

Public transportation, highway improvements and economic development: they emerged equally as the top concerns among members attending a recent meeting of the Chandler Chamber...

Omaha-based medical college set to bring expanded services to Valley

By Nicholas Johnsen OMAHA, Neb. — It can be challenging to find exactly the right provider for what ails us in today’s vast medical world....

Chandler’s ‘hip-storic’ past comes alive in city’s downtown

By Noah Kutz Shoppers and amateur historians alike shared a blast from the past as downtown “Chandlore” festivities once again transported spectators back to...

Tempe seeks community engagement through Equity in Action program

Tempe has increased resources to help applicants with the Equity in Action submittal process and extended the deadline to Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 3:30...

City News: Tempe opens a door to affordable housing

Staff reports Mental illness and substance abuse provide a doubly disabling path for yet one more personal tragedy: homelessness. That is why Tempe’s selection for a...

For schools chief, an earned accolade with a nod to the past

Three Tempe residents—two adults and a recent high school graduate—are this year’s representatives of the legacy and spirit on which the city’s foundations were built almost...
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